Not that we ever get to the Mageworlds in this story. It’s an origin story, more or less, for one of our major characters, Beka Rosselin-Metadi. It was supposed to be a light romantic romp with some bumbling criminals adding humor. A farce. And along the way she’d find her first love. That didn’t makeContinue reading “Adventures in the Mageworlds”
What shall I say about the SRA (Science Research Associates) reading program? They’re pretty darned proud of themselves. (Note: this post comes from the discussion here.) When I was young I went to St. Patrick’s Parochial School in Bedford, New York, where our teachers belonged to the Sisters of Charity. I’m sure they did somethingContinue reading “SR-F*ckin’-A”
The Minor Hours and Small Thoughts Magazine is very amusing. Check it out. It wouldn’t kill you to support it, either.
So there we were in the Republic of Panama, living in downtown Panama City rather than on base. We were big science fiction fans, and there was only one importer of English language books in the country (Servicio Lewis) and they only got new books once a month, and their SF list was …Continue reading “In the Mageworlds”
A nice review over at https://jlgribble.com/ Story I’d Like Expanded Into a Novel: “Gertrude of Wyoming” by Debra Doyle & James D. Macdonald. This action-packed spy thriller had all the intrigue of a Bond story, but Gertrude had no need to supplement her awesomeness with hi-tech toys. I fell in love with this character ANDContinue reading “Altered States”