Monthly Archives: June 2014

Thaw (Part Three)

Part One Still looking for a way out, he hurried up the tunnel. It sloped noticeably upwards now, so much so that Jason often had a hard time finding his footing on the slick surface of the ice. He struggled

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Thaw (Part Two)

Part One At first, he thought that it was a bear. It had the animal’s size and musculature, as well as the thick, brown coat, but its head looked more like a crocodile’s mouth full of jagged teeth. It hissed

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Thaw (Part One)

Jason Plummer steered the rover blindly though constant blowing snow that blanketed the planet. Having to drive by instruments alone was always treacherous on the broken and uneven surface. Outside, it was the kind of global storm you can only

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Are 5 star rating systems useless?

I posted this in a thread in the Sword and Laser Goodreads forums, but I was curious what WordPress people thought about it. Have you ever noticed that when you check the rating for a book on Goodreads, it will

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Things I Will Probably Regret Later
June 2014
Time until the end of the world
The Big DayApril 13, 2036
13.1 years to go.