Tag: scifi

My reading list

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I’ve been feeling a little stale lately when it comes to reading. I’ve bought several books, started them and then moved on without finishing em. This happens from time to time. With that in mind, I made a trip to…

What’s left-Genre tv shows not cancelled (yet)

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Well.  Kinda looked like a promising year for SciFi and Fantasy shows, didn’t it?  Now we’ve seen a lot of shows come and go and, if you’re like me, you might be wondering what’s left out there for us to…

Lost-The last season

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So. When Lost first hit the airwaves, I thought for sure it was going to be stupid.  I had visions of people running around making coconut radios and concocting impossible silly schemes for rescue.  Yes.  I’m saying that I thought…

Hey SciFi-Where’s the positive?

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If, like me, you’re an avid watcher of tv and movies, and a reader of books, you may have noticed a trend towards the disastrous future.  Apocalypse is in and in big.  I mean, it’s everywhere we look. I think…

Excerpt from my novel

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As you probably know by now, I’ve written a novel.  I’m working on the second draft right now. The gist: young woman living her life like any other normal person, suddenly finds herself neck deep in a mess that involves…

Influences Part 3

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Star Trek: The Original Series. Probably one of the strongest influences on my life from a very young age was the original Star Trek. Rerun in syndication almost endlessly, the original Star Trek was huge in my life growing up. …

News 1-12-2010

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Actually spent a little time this evening going through my Google Reader and looking for interesting things to share. Technology / Science News Google’s Nexus One phone sparks flood of complaints. Just eight days after Google opened its online store…

Sci Fi Songs: By John Anealio

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It’s kinda funny how things happen. When I started playing World of Warcraft, a series of random meetings resulted in my meeting tons of new, creative and interesting people. The same sort of thing happened when I joined Twitter a while ago. One of those interesting people is John Anealio.