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Spacechuck web #5

and so, the next five pages of spacechuck! I hope you guys are enjoying it!  it’s fun to draw this much for sure.  When I was drawing and updating daily, If it took me an hour to make the strip, probably only twenty minutes was actually drawing.   71 more words

The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau

The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I’m a judger. Yep, that’s me. I judge a book by the title and by the cover! 753 more words

Heroine

Ursula Le Guin Steals The Show

At the National Book Awards yesterday, our Lady Le Guin accepted an award for distinguished contribution to American letters. In her acceptance speech she went to bat for speculative fiction writers in particular.  129 more words

Writing

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

Cinder by Marissa Meyer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

WHAT IN THE WORLD JUST HAPPENED?

I’ve considered reading this book for so long! I’ve seen it pop up on my “recommended” more times than I can count and yet each time I just scrolled right on past. 504 more words

Dystopia

The Forgotten (Part Four: A Fine Vessel)

Under Lasinha’s direction I began to follow Ana, observing all she did, where she went and everyone she met. Most were my fellow Regents in this universe, but there were others who seemed to have no place in the Church’s workings that I could discern. 977 more words

Fiction

The Forgotten (Part Four: A Fine Vessel)

Under Lasinha’s direction I began to follow Ana, observing all she did, where she went and everyone she met. Most were my fellow Regents in this universe, but there were others who seemed to have no place in the Church’s workings that I could discern. 979 more words

Fiction