A Good Day to Die

I propose that we make a new meme based on the much-beloved character of Worf from Star Trek. He (and all Klingons) are wont to proclaim “Today is a good day to die!” when going into battle. But let’s be honest. Not EVERY day is a battle, right? So let’s build some sayings for other…

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Flash Fic

Some more flash fic, courtesy the warm and wonderful Bre. First line prompts * The entrance to the tunnel was his only way out * There had been many theories about how she had been murdered * The pen hadn’t been worth stealing Tami’s Story There had been many theories about how she had been…

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[Perry] Warlords of Draenor

So I finally caved. I’ve been clean for years. Completely clean! Didn’t even follow the news or anything. Then various factors converged. My cousin and his friend started playing again. On top of that, my current MMO home, Wildstar, has been dealing with some rocky news that makes everyone thing they’re going to crumble soon,…

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Worldbuilding Woes

I’ve been sick, which is a wonderful excuse to not be doing the writing thing. Past week or so, the sickness has mostly been with the coughing and less with the general feeling of ickypooawfulness, so I gathered together the tattered fragments of my motivation and forced my ridiculously grumpy self into a chair, in…

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[Perry] Interstellar

Note: The POST is completely spoiler-free. The┬ácomments section may not be. Read past the post at your own risk! Silence and thinking. That’s all I had to go on when the movie ended. Sitting in the theater once the lights came back up, I glanced over at my friend, who glanced back at me. I…

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Chopped

Mmm, Delicious Brain Candy Whilst I was laid up with the plague, I did a lot of reading and a lot of TV watching. (More specifically, Netflix-watching, but you know what I mean). Food Network recently plonked some “best of” collections for a few of their shows. Good Eats is amazing. Alton Brown is like…

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2014 Booklist (as of October)

July 2014 Farthest Away Mountain by Lynne Reid Banks Childhood book, re-read again for the final time. In which a mostly-sensible and intrepid young heroine goes on a magical adventure to the Farthest Away Mountain and meets trolls, an enchanted frog, a horrible witch, magical colors, and oh-so-sad gargoyles. This book will always hold a…

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[Perry] Tales from After Dark

The past week in Toronto featured the After Dark film festival. It’s an annual thing. Whole bunch of horror, thriller, and science fiction movies converge on the city for a week and those of strong constitution can take part. I usually check out at least a couple movies each year with my buddy, but we…

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