- I'm smiling. It's a red-letter day.Sleepy puppy. #dogsofinstagramSomeone fell asleep on my leg. #dogsofinstagramToday I hit a milestone in the life of every dog owner: the first time I had to pick up a fresh poop (with a baggie) while on a long walk with my dog. It was exactly as gross as it sounds. #dogsofinstagramMy pupper did a heckin good sploot last night. #dogsofinstagram #splootPuppy dreams. #dogsofinstagram #adoptdontshop #letsleepingdogslie
Category Archives: sci-fi
I’ve reviewed Only Superhuman, Christopher L. Bennett’s first original novel, over at Escape Pod. I liked it, for the most part.
Read my latest book review here. Book Review: Ghosts of Engines Past by Sean McMullen
Every now and then, a book comes along with a great premise and solid execution that a lot of people like and recommend with great gusto. Ready Player One by Ernest Kline is such a book. And it is good … Continue reading
I’m not a huge fan of military SF. But I am a fan of post-apocalyptic SF. I’m not a huge fan of augmented-humanity SF. But I am a fan of humans-aren’t-the-most-powerful-people-in-the-universe SF. So when author Jonathan C. Gillespie put out … Continue reading
On the whole, Apollo’s Outcasts is a good book, a fast read, and a story that is accessible not only to the YA audience but to an adult one as well. Allen Steele has been writing for a long time, … Continue reading
The main bulk of the story is Lobsang and Joshua traveling westward and discovering the various life-forms that have developed in the Long Earth. As they go, they discover that something is upsetting the higher-order creatures, forcing them eastward (toward … Continue reading