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Chapter 76: Business and Pleasure

The class trip snuck up on Tohru and Kyo.  And poor Kyo just can’t get a break.

Going on a trip with everyone is a lot of fun. 634 more words

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Use Your Words, Diane...

I have a dysfunctional relationship with words.  I’m infatuated… or maybe even obsessed.  I love words without reason or reservation.  I’m delighted to spend all day with them:  hour after hour of reading or writing; placing and replacing and tweaking them until they’re arranged in a way that delights my soul. 475 more words

Diane Henders

#RRSciFiMonth Book Review: Communication Failure by Joe Zieja

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Science Fiction

Communication Failure

Warning: watch out for spoilers (even if they’re minor).

After devouring Mechanical Failure by Joe Zieja last year, this was the book that I’ve been waiting to come out, i.e., my most anticipated read of 2017. 548 more words

Book Review

Communication Failure by Joe Zieja

Communication Failure

by Joe Zieja
Series: Epic Failure, #2ARC, 325 pg.
Saga Press, 2017

Read: October 31 – November 2, 2017


So, Captain Rogers has escaped with his life after saving the 331st Meridian Fleet from a takeover from almost all the droids on board, now he’s been made acting admiral and is faced with a potentially bigger threat: the Thelicosan fleet — the very fleet that Rogers’ ships are to keep on their side of the border — has informed him that they are about to invade. 1,074 more words

4 Stars

Communication Failure - A More Clear Message

One of the hidden gems I read last year was a satirical science fiction called Mechanical Failure, by Joe Zieja. It was the story of a disillusioned and incompetent military vet, Rogers, being forced back into service on a warship where everything seems just a little off. 546 more words

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Verbal apathy is my new best friend. 

Communication feels like playing the lottery. I get my numbers in order, punch in my slip and hope for the best. Lately my chances of being received as I intend or would like are about as good as a snowflakes in hell. 360 more words

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