Much as I love the idea of a world with healing magic, what I know about biology makes me reluctant to ever use, “wave of hands, you’re cured!” Continue reading
They look sane. Mostly. They act sane – at least as sane as anybody else who goes out and fights super-zombies head on. Continue reading
Given the tech and weapons they’d seen or heard existed here, the only chance Biba’s army would have had was to use overwhelming mortar fire. Continue reading
Carter was shaking her head, even as she glanced away from the bikes. Continue reading
…I have no excuse for this one. Outside of, after I finished the first one I went to bed for a while….
So I got some Duracoat seafoam beads….
“So.” Uryuu crossed his arms. “You want to know why Biba killed the crazy shogun.” Continue reading
Overlook by Jon Mollison and Thomas Plutarch. Two out of five stars. Starts with a good premise, Continue reading
Carter’s eyes lingered on curves of steel and rubber. “I have a bike back home.” Continue reading
Butterflies hatched! Friday, and Sunday.