Monthly Archives: November 2010

Musing on music

There are a lot of writers out there who make writing soundtracks, character playlists, and that sort of thing. Some days it seems that everyone is doing it but me. I like music. I like having tunes playing when I’m … Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (part 1)

I’ve been a fan of Harry and his friends since about the time book 3 blew onto the scene. I saw Matthew Lewis (Neville) and the Phelps twins at Dragon*Con (the latter twice), and I spent Release Day reading the … Continue reading

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Anime rec: Victorian Romance Emma

Victorian Romance Emma is an anime based on a manga by Kaoru MORI. Emma is a maid in London in 189X. Her employer is a widow who used to work as a governess for the Jones family. One day, William … Continue reading

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Caffeine free.

Neurologist’s orders. Apparently, I have several types of migraine all mixed up together, and caffeine contributes to one of them. So I had to quit cold turkey. My neurologist hath a blog, and he wrote about the link between caffeine … Continue reading

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Bull Spec: a spec-fic magazine based out of Durham

There’s a vibrant little spec fic community here in the Triangle, and Sam Montgomery-Blinn, the founder and editor of Bull Spec is tapping into it. He’s also making an effort to publicize spec-fic-related events here in the Triangle, to bring … Continue reading

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