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Wicked Wednesday - Slavers!

This time around for Wicked Wednesday, I’m sharing an excerpt from “Sea of Sands” featuring the sado-masochistic, cannibalistic Yupanqui. Enjoy :D

The abaxus net came out of nowhere, catching the faerie and pulling her straight to the ground with its weight, while a half dozen Yupanqui slavers emerged from the ruined trees and scorched remains of a nearby farmhouse.  344 more words


Apparently, Slavery Isn't Work

If there’s one thing we need to do when recording and retelling history, it’s that we have to be on point when making sure our literature doesn’t contain Historical Negation. 503 more words

My Thoughts

Book Review - Surviving the Dead, This Shattered Land.

Book 2, This Shattered Land, from the Surviving the Dead series by James N. Cook brings us the reunion of Eric and Gabe. The second book in the series takes us to the planned for, and going as on track as one can hope for, life of two best friends living in an isolated cabin far from any other survivors. 452 more words

Book Review

Star Trek: The Animated Series - Season 1, Episode 14 - "The Slaver Weapon" - A Political Situation

   “The Slaver Weapon” is a lot of fun. The episode is okay but doesn’t seem to have any major focus beyond escape, which really brings it down. 492 more words

Animated TV Shows

The Slavers of Barakan

The Slavers of Barakan

Barakan is thought of as a colossal prison, the main part of the island consisting of a great rounded mountain (which the original settlers thought was FÆzteaochaelon (see appropriate appendix) that is pock-marked like a honeycomb and every cave (of which there are hundreds) have been fitted with doors and bars. 897 more words


Meat Machines

CS Drachensvard
holding position 120,000 miles from uncharted drift
Corfeth (Vanlir Edge) System

The sound of retching broke the silence on the bridge. Midshipman Lochran-ith-Lanth, currently manning the tactical/payload position. 501 more words


Umm Sayyaf, Captured ISIS Wife Admitts to Running All-Female Group of Sex Slavers and Spies

Daily Mail — Umm Sayyaf was captured by U.S. forces during a raid in Deir Ezzor, Syria. Her husband Abu Sayaff was killed and his laptops and phones seized. 122 more words