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Writing, Money, Moms, and Laundry

The idea for this blog post originated somewhere in my brain after I had read Stephen King’s On Writing and before I stumbled across a particular article on writers and money. 1,596 more words

The Writing Life

Review of Old Man's War - John Scalzi

10th February 2015

Old Man’s War – John Scalzi

I decided to take a short break from my usual fantasy books and get some sci-fi into me. 219 more words

Reads And Reviews

John Scalzi's Lock In Takes the 'Artificial' out of AI

Martin Pistorius was locked in his frozen body for twelve years, unable to communicate with the family caring for him day and night. After a severe illness in his youth, he lost the ability to move, and doctors assumed he was in some sort of vegetative state. 578 more words

Book Reviews

Old Man's War

“I did two things on my seventy-fifth birthday. I visited my wife’s grave. Then I joined the army.”

Itu adalah kalimat pembuka dari novel karya John Scalzi ini. 548 more words


This article explains what's going on with the Hugos better than I could

Consider it a supplement to yesterday’s article.  It also does a pretty good job of explaining what the Sad Puppies are (something I had a little bit of trouble googling on my own, since most of the results that turned up were along the lines of “Fuck Vox Day, Fuck Larry Correia, Fuck the Sad Puppy Right-Wing Fascists, John Scalzi is God!”). 7 more words


Review - Lock In

Lock In, John Scalzi

I generally find Scalzi’s work fun, very readable, but maybe not too thought provoking, not too serious. This managed to combine that sci-fi  479 more words


Weekly Reading List- 1/25/15- 1/31/15

Bit of a slow week again.

Brian McClellan’s The Promise of Blood/ The Crimson Campaign

I devoured the first two books of the Powder Mage Trilogy last week, since the third book comes out this week. 734 more words

Weekly Pull Review