“As Keisuke said, we’ve had help learning new tactics,” Kurusu stated. Continue reading
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I prefer physical books, when I can get them. I like being able to easily flip back and forth Continue reading
As promised, a different take on Mardi Gras.
‘Tis the season!
Somewhere in the Grand Canyon’s limestone are small fissures and crevices into which air flows, heading for a two-week vacation underground. Continue reading
I’m going to review Light Online: Farmer by Tom Larcombe and Light Online: Keeper together here, since I read them almost back to back. Continue reading
Typhoon rain, Ikoma grumped to himself, carefully swabbing out the barrel of Kurusu’s steam rifle. Continue reading
The thing about being a writer is, if you get hit with a nightmare, or a real-life scenario even worse than a nightmare, you can often take a step back and say, “Okay, how would I use this in a book?” Continue reading
Where do your characters get their sugar?
No, this isn’t about just taking some of the bitter out of the hot brown morning potion. Continue reading
“Obviously,” Jack agreed, picking up on what Daniel must have put together from a dozen subtle social cues and bits they’d seen of how the class system worked. Continue reading