Going For The Throat

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That’s what the bacteria or virus or whatever inside me has done. Spent last night unable to sleep, throat so swollen I can’t swallow. Hurts! Needless to say, if you haven’t realized, my Geekchats with Superstar Editor Jason Rennie – The Man Who Makes Amazon Bestsellers has been pushed back to next Friday on account I can’t talk.

I’m super tired, trying to get at least some editing done today on For Steam And Country in between naps, but also being lazy and resting as well. This comprises of:

  1. Watching Radar Men From The Moon – a 1952 adventure serial about Commander Cody, who is basically The Rocketeer. So far there’s Atomic Rays and Jetpacks, so I am pleased. Can’t ask for much more out of Commander Cody. Some #PulpRevolution right there.
  2. Reading John C. Wright’s Count To A Trillion. I’m not often floored with how smart and creative someone is. As I’m certainly a genius and creative myself, it takes a lot to impress me to that degree. Mr. Wright has been on my “to read” list ever since the Injustice Gamer brought him to my attention a couple months ago. After that, becoming friends with the esteemed L. Jagi Lamplighter-Wright has bumped his books up on my reading list to “top priority.” I am not disappointed. About a hundred pages in and I can’t believe how a science fiction genius like this exists. His realm of imagination, his prose, the way he presents scientific concepts as plausible so far surpasses anything I’ve read in such a long time I am sitting here jaw dropped. I’m glad I moved this up on my list. You should check it out if you haven’t already.

Also, Gab people. Don’t forget my little book giveaway of Star Realms: Rescue Run. All you have to do is send me a message on gab saying you want to enter, and it is so! Running the contest through the weekend

That’s all the thoughts I’ll leave you with for today. Hope you, kind reader, have a great start to your weekend.

 

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