- New headshot.She has a full bowl of clean water in the house. Just saying. #doggo #dogs #dogsofinstagramSad about how much rain we've had lately. #doggo #dogs #dogsofinstagramSleeping hard after a full day at the doggy day care. #doggo #dogsofinstagramDog ball. #dogballI get it, @krogerco, you're trying to show us a guy with hair on his arms, but it just looks like he's extruding maggots from his skin.
Tag Archives: fanfic
Every writer puts their half-written things on a shelf, ostensibly to be worked on later but really just abandoned. Here are some of mine.
Chris is very matter-of-fact about it — she has to do what she has to do, and if things do get changed back, he’ll never know. In the meantime, he wants to have as much time with her as he … Continue reading
Unfortunately, both the book and the film are not what the advertising says. They’re not romantic, and they’re not good portrayals of healthy BDSM. I’d personally rather you didn’t spend your money on them. SIX OF THE BEST… ways to … Continue reading
I like Buffy. I like fanfic. Go ahead and laugh; I don’t care. Here’s my latest Nerdery Public column: SIX OF THE BEST… Buffy crossover fanfics
I reviewed “Pilgrim of Eternity”, the first episode of Star Trek Continues, over at Escape Pod. Star Trek Continues Episode 1, “Pilgrim of Eternity”
My review of the fan film Sonic is now up at Escape Pod. Fan Film Review: Sonic
How do I conclude 25 articles about TNG? I’ve talked about pretty much everything, haven’t I? 25 Days of TNG concludes on Escape Pod with Day 25: Where Do We Go From Here?
25 Days of TNG, Day 23: The Top 25 Episodes, Part 1
It’s pretty easy to just say “oh, yeah, that episode was terrible”… but why? Why was it a bad episode? How bad was it compared to others? Was it just that opportunities were missed, or was it truly a cluster … Continue reading
The Harry Potter phenomenon has spawned countless fan-created works of written fiction, musical awesomeness, and re-cut music videos. It has inspired thousands of people to be more awesome than they might otherwise have been. And that’s good. But now it’s … Continue reading