Your friend and humble blogger is turning 44 tomorrow, and he thought he’d reverse the usual birthday dynamic and offer his readers a gift. Those with Kindle devices, or tablets that can be Kindle devices, can download novel #1, Dismantle the Sun, gratis through the 14th of October. It’s perfect for those whose idea of a… Continue reading My Birthday Gift To You: Dismantle the Sun (Kindle Version) is Free Through the 14th
I noticed on the site stats that there’s been a jump in people finding us through the Google search terms “animal sex”. Undoubtedly this has to do with “Can Anyone Write Rampant Animal Sex Prose” post a few weeks back. I mean, I’d been told that post that included “sex” was good SEO, and I… Continue reading Are You Pondering What I’m Pondering?
In response to this year’s Bad Sex Award (given to Nancy Huston’s Infrared), Rick Gekoski at the Guardian proposes a Good Sex Award, though he acknowledges that it might never get off the ground for lack of nominees: But if we must scourge bad practitioners of the art, why don’t we have a good sex award?… Continue reading Can Anyone Write Rampant Animal Sex Prose?
Last week, the AVClub came up with their list of the ten essential episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. And while I liked the episodes they listed, my list differs enough that I felt compelled to share. My picks had to meet three criteria: they’re funny on their own, accessible to newcomers, and bring us to… Continue reading The Ten Essential MST3K Episodes