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Angel Baby

We lost a beloved pet on Monday. Angel kitty was nineteen years old; he was my first “real” pet from when I had my first apartment back in the early nineties. He’s been somewhat decrepit for the past year or … Continue reading

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Inverness Prostitutes in Bomb Shelters

Not Really. But those two items were key searches that found my blog last week, so I thought I’d give the searchers a little something to find lol! I’m planning out my writing time for the summer. Next week I … Continue reading

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Phamily

Phamily: The close-knit group formed among those working together to produce Star Trek Phase II For my ROW80 Update, scroll to the bottom. It’s that time of year. Every June-ish Star Trek Phase II shoots an episode of classic Trek over … Continue reading

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Goalpost for May 22

Erp. Didn’t make it this week. I didn’t submit anything anywhere. I’m about halfway through writing a short about DaVinci looking for fairies (and finding them) but I keep stalling. I’d hoped to have it ready by now. For better … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Lunar Chickens

SciFi Question of the Day: Given a nice, comfy, climate-controlled space on the moon, would chickens be able to fly? What about penguins? Any hope for penguins? Facebook Answers:   Iris Mansi and ostritches?     Pony Horton Assuming you’re in a pressurized atmosphere, … Continue reading

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Interview with Jan Wilberg

I’m a feminist, newly re-radicalized and seeing things through lenses I’ve been keeping in a drawer for a long time. My blog, Red’s Wrap, is about change – advocating for change, understanding change, and adjusting to change. My family and relationships play … Continue reading

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Interview With Honeytoast

Honeytoast is the very sad kitteh of Tiffany Reisz, erotica writer extraordinaire, author of the Original Sinners and editor of Felt Tips. I live with two writers. I like sad books. I rate books on a scale of 1 to … Continue reading

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Gosh Darn It All to Heck

Well, last week I missed the #ROW80 link-up completely. I was hoping to have better news this week, but although I’m barely keeping up with my whirlwind blog tour (I’m on Jilly Boyd’s blog today!) I have few than 6,000 … Continue reading

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#5MinuteFiction Week 125

#5MinuteFiction: Week 122 November 13, 2012 ·  It’s 5 Minute Fiction time! You know the rules (and if you don’t, check here — and make it quick because you’ve only got a few minutes!), so here is your prompt: Your entry must include … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Birthdays

SciFi Question of the Day: If your employer transferred your entire family to a new planet right before your kid’s birthday, how would you calculate when all the family’s birthdays would be on the new planet? Facebook Answers:   Gwendolyn Wilkins I’m … Continue reading

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