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From Red to Blue

No, this is not a political statement but a review of Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars novels (Red Mars, Green Mars, Blue Mars) … see? They go from Red to Blue. And since these were published from 1992- 1996, pre-date that whole … Continue reading

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Still Looking for Don

Submitted the fourth re-write to Genghis Jayne today for her fourth evisceration. Wish us luck.

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Grab it While You Can

A free copy of The Ship to Look for God because, tout suite, it’ll be gone. Why? ‘Cause it’s dreck. A few months ago, I re-read it in prep for the next series of Ship stories and, man, it’s awful. … Continue reading

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Stephen King

Stephen King has written one novel of pure horror genius, three novels of almost genius, and a whole lot of crap. The one genius novel?  Salem’s Lot, followed by The Stand, Dead Zone, and Misery. The Shining was a near … Continue reading

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Even Readers get the Blues

I’ve known about Tom Robbins for awhile, although I’d not read him until very recently, like six months ago when I picked up a copy of Tibetan Peach Pie on one of those Amazon Prime free deals or something. Yeah, … Continue reading

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Forsooth and Budweiser

Everyone knows the scifi grandmasters- Asimov, Clarke, Heinlein- but there’s another set, not so heralded- Moorcock, Wolfe, and Vance. Who? Oh, c’mon guys, you know: Michael Moorcock wrote The Dancers at the End of Time series (and a couple of … Continue reading

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It’s in the Blood

I watched the first episode of the BBC Dracula series on Netflix, and that’s probably the last episode I’ll watch because…well, because. What? The artistic license they took? No, I’m all for artistic license, especially between different mediums. Book is … Continue reading

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Bands I’ve Seen

1967, Enterprise, Alabama–  The Buckinghams They rocked. They truly rocked. 1970’s- can’t be more specific. It was the 70’s. Philadelphia, Dallas, Alabama, Atlantic City, upstate New York, DC…can’t be more specific. It was the 70s. Chicago, at least twice. Maybe … Continue reading

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Where’ve I been?

Lost? On a mission? Just plain lazy? Nah. Busy. I got Southern Gothic up and running and available for pre-order. I’m halfway through Genghis Jayne‘s first edits of Looking for Don. And I took a full time job. Yes, I … Continue reading

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What 4?

Toy Story 4 is out, and I don’t mean available for viewing in your local theaters … which it is … but ‘out’ in the sense that I’m not going to go see it, not even  when it eventually shows … Continue reading

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