Monthly Archives: July 2009

Far as You Can Go

I just read Van Eeckhout’s short story, "Far as You Can Go," for the first time; freakin’ awesome.  Find it and read it.

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Worldcon

It’s official, I’m going.  I just bought my plane ticket, got a hotel room, registered for the con, and now I’m broke.

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Blood of Ambrose

I’m not a fan of fantasy.  In fact, I got tricked into reading this book, but I’m glad I did.  Because Blood of Ambrose (a) is not your typical fantasy book, and (more importantly (b) IS UNBELIEVABLY GOOD.  Outstanding might be more accurate. Blood of Ambrose is … Continue reading

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Military Science Fiction

I just finished reading one of the latest series of military SF books (and no, I won’t name them).  They were good.  I’d recommend buying them, and in a year or two I’ll probably read them again because they were entertaining. … Continue reading

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