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Yay, It's Publication Day for Dave Farmer's Novel, "The Range" :-)

News breaks of a deadly virus in Asia but, despite fatalities, few people take it seriously.

Sheltered within the university bubble, Samantha and Louise are convinced the UK is invulnerable to this virus, until gruesome events unfold around the world and the death toll rises from hundreds to millions. 179 more words

Writing

Weekend Shorts: X-Men catchup, some more

I was in my comic shop the other day, and they mentioned that they had been neglecting to order the trade volumes of X-Men for me, and that they would rectify that right away. 754 more words

Reviews

Catch That Zeppelin! (Short story, 1976)

Catch That Zeppelin!

By Fritz Leiber. Winner of the 1976 Hugo Award for Best Short Story. 3.5/5 stars. SPOILERS AHEAD.

A note before I begin: I hope you’ll get to see these reviews evolve. 807 more words

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#tbt review: Lisey's Story by Stephen King

This review originally appeared in the Times Union on March 1, 2007.

“Lisey’s Story” by Stephen King. Read by Mare Winningham. Unabridged, 19 hours, 16 CDs. 125 more words

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Review: Crimson Bound

Full disclosure: Rosamond Hodge is my friend, which is how I got my hands on an advance reader’s copy of Crimson Bound. I’ll do my best to be objective. 491 more words

Review

tasting the moon

She told me we were going to taste the moon, promised me that we would be able to make it happen, between mouthfuls of chocolate mousse. 910 more words

Flash Fiction