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Farsighted, by Emlyn Chand – Chapter 1

Today I’d like to share an excerpt from Emlyn Chand’s hot new paranormal novel, Farsighted (it just released on 10/24). Before diving in, check out this teaser for the book: Alex Kosmitoras may be blind, but he can still “see” things others can’t.  When his unwanted visions of the future …

So, I have a blog

Even though I seem to have forgotten that fact. Instead of trying to compose some eloquent prose this time, I’m voting for expediency in getting you caught up to speed. So, in no particular order, here’s a list of this summer’s memorable and noteworthy events, minus whatever I end up …

Fish Tales

This is George, my betta. He’s been with me for a few months and hasn’t died yet, like his predecessor Fred, so I must be doing something right. He has two castles he likes to swim in and out of, and a silk plant because his live one rotted. I …

Post-Apocalypse Photo Series #3 – Tornadogeddon

Nasty weather in Harrisburg last night. Driving home was like running a maze. Jumper 1 did great, though, even over all the debris, under fallen power lines, and over sidewalks to get around fallen trees. But today, the sun is shining, and it’s Friday. Just a few interesting links for …

Dead Lesbian Blues

It’s been a persistent fact in fiction that homosexual or gender-variant characters have tragic endings. Long have we bemoaned this trend, where a gay person will find happiness only to meet their doom at the hands of a murderer or the plague. Has rage become a knee-jerk reaction by now, …

The past; now with 100% more dragons!

Dude, where’s my summer? It’s May here in Pennsylvania, and the temperature keeps fluctuating between muggy and almost warm and it’s frakking May already, wtf? Still, I won’t complain much, given the weather I grew up in and cheerfully fled six years ago. Still, part of me misses the tropics, …

And then Sita killed Edward, The End

Sita would not stake Edward. She would probably pump a couple of explosive rounds into his chest, then rip his head off with her bare hands and toss it into the fire. She wouldn’t drink his blood, because that would be gross. Besides, if she drank his blood she may …

Well of Sorrows

The new novel by Benjamin Tate. Check it out!

A new endeavour

An idea came into my head as I worked on my current project. This setting would make for a great d20 modern Role Playing Game! Modeling this on Dungeons and Dragons, the system I am most familiar with, I’m rewriting the rules of magic altogether. I have four base races, …

Imma let you finish…

This is actually the most spot-on assessment of Anne Rice I’ve read recently. So, if you haven’t heard, Anne Rice is making a big, fat, hairy deal of not being Xitian anymore…except she obviously still is. Whatever. Maybe her silly-ass Jesus books weren’t selling very well, and she’s feeling the …

Well of Sorrows, by Benjamin Tate

I have my utmost confidence in this book, because it comes highly recommended by Joshua Palmatier and based on conversations I’ve had with him about books, and his own style of writing as compared to my own and what I like to read, I’m inclined to trust him. I will …

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