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On my bedside table

Well on my iPad iBook, to be more precise. Don’t get me wrong I love books, I love leafing through the pages, breaking it’s spine (well some books I tried hard not too). 273 more words


Kimberly lay across the edge of the tub, half-drowned and too exhausted with his abuse to care anymore. She lay as though dead, amazed she was able to think at all. 977 more words

Lightning Strikes


Shelby sat near the Princess phone in the house she shared with Nathan. While waiting for her fiancé to call about dinner plans she tried to decide which cosmetics were appropriate. 1,239 more words

Lightning Strikes

Diana Gabaldon's Virgins: surprisingly awesome

Did a fair bit of tapping away at the word count, slugging back complimentary 150 Lashes’, whilst waiting in the Qantas lounge (for a delayed flight back, from an unsuccessful meeting). 182 more words



I typed the email and added the proper attachments. I moved my cursor to the “To” box and typed three names, then I paused. I typed two more. 168 more words


Book Review — Dangerous Women edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois

Dangerous Women by George R.R. Martin
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Let me begin by saying that expectations are everything.

With names on the cover like Abercrombie, Hobb, Sanderson, Grossman, and Butcher, you expect a certain quality of story. 314 more words

Book Review