May 2nd, 2012

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Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday

Last night I made skirt steak tacos and we caught up on Eureka. I love Eureka. We won't have time to see the Avengers until next week, so I'm desperately trying not to be spoiled. Someone already managed to spoil me for the entire plot of Prometheus and I'm not even sure the movie's been finished yet.

The tomato plants have grown like a rain forest, and I've picked the first few tomatoes. They're still green, but I love fried green tomatoes and I'll be making some tonight.

We have a friend staying with us who's working in town for the next few weeks, which we've been looking forward to.


There are some new friended people, so hi!

The book excerpts and free stories on my web site are here, the Three Worlds Compendium with the extra stories and fan art for the Books of the Raksura is here, the Information Links for Beginning Authors page is here, and
my Pinterest page is here.

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Book rec: Powers by James A. Burton
Albert Johannson lives off the grid. He's forgotten more than he remembers about his past, but those snippets he's retained tell him two things: he's lived a long, looong time and he doesn't trust anyone, particularly gods. He's not any too fond of demons either, particularly the one that materializes in his kitchen wanting to hire him for a special mission. It's as deadly to cross a demon as to deal with him, so Albert reluctantly agrees to investigate, putting him in the path of a prickly arson detective named Melissa el Hajj with trust issues of her own.

YouTube: The New Flog episode - Felicia Day with a chain saw.

Silvia Moreno-Garcia: Mexican SF North There is a post at the World SF blog today in which I talk – together with Mexican author Gabriel Trujillo – about science fiction in the Northern Mexican border. It is a very brief article and I’ve decided to flesh it out by writing a bit more about this topic.