We used to have a frontier where seriously sociopathic people and those who were just not right in the head could go off to survive, or not, and leave people who wanted to live in peace and quiet alone. Continue reading
Month: August 2020
A Brief Note on Stress and Fanfics
My nerves are still in twitch mode. We’ve had letters and people falling out of the woodwork, in some cases related to persons none of us have seen in over a quarter of a century. (And still don’t want to see. It’s safer that way.)
So rather than push things on Track and risk screwing it up horribly, I’m frankly writing anything my brain is willing to handle. Continue reading
Earring Tales: Desert Rainshower
An experiment in complementary colors.
Manga Review: Prince Freya
4 out of 5 stars for Prince Freya by Keiko Ishihara. I think this is an excellently drawn and well-plotted manga for someone who is not me. Continue reading
Brief Update: Weather and Worldbuilding
So as of Tuesday evening Laura was predicted to hit at no worse than a force 3. Which is bad enough. As of Wednesday evening it was going to hit (has hit, when this hits post) at no less than force 4, 150 MPH winds, Continue reading
Current Events: A Few Things to Chew On
Okay, yes, I’m feeling a bit cranky. Marco blew in a lot of stuff off the Gulf Continue reading
Systems, Update Fanfic Up on AO3
All of Systems, Update is now up on Archive of Our Own. Continue reading
Systems Fanfic Bit – Running
A/N: So far this is still working, so….
Running lets him not think. Just push himself. Harder. Faster. Longer. It’s as close as he can get to flying. Continue reading
A Bit of Re:Rise Fanfic
Still flattened from getting paperwork filled out on Saturday, so… have a ficbit I’m hoping to finish soon. (My hope is that a small bit that’s not very plotty will get sore brain back into the groove to get back to the plotty stuff!)
Summary: Going to Eldora changes you. He should have known it was too good to be a game. Continue reading
*Eyes tropical storm forecast maps.* Okay, I know I said 2020 has been like looking down a double-barreled shotgun, but this is a bit much.
TS Laura, Continue reading