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- Happy 45th Anniversary, 2001: A Space Odyssey!
- Announcing STAR TREK: SEEKERS!
- Novels & Novellas
- The Batcave Podcast, Episode 13!
- Almost that time again.
- Happy 20th Anniversary, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers!
- Fun with Kirk and Spock: Candidate for Best Trek Book Ever?
- Stuff I've Written
- My first Star Trek fan film review.
- QPB Presents: The World's Best Shortest Stories
- I could write up a list of 1,000 movies I'd wish Hollywood would make, and a sequel to MRS. DOUBTFIRE would never even enter my mind. 15 hours ago
- If eating a steak and cheese taquito is wrong, I don't want to be right. 1 day ago
- It takes a special kind of douche to leave their shopping cart in the middle of the parking lot lane when there's a corral RIGHT. THERE. #fb 2 days ago
- Suck it, Zimbio. http://t.co/Hq69jNWJIp 2 days ago
- All right, Monday. Let's do this shit. #fb 3 days ago
Category Archives: leisure reading
Today’s trip to the mailbox brought with it something very unexpected, that I’d pretty much forgotten about after ordering it so long ago. What did I find? That’s right, the 8th issue of Subterranean Magazine, the print version of the … Continue reading
Hey, did you know there was a novelization for the first Librarian movie, Quest for the Spear? I didn’t. I stumbled across a copy today at a local Half Price Books. So far as I can tell, there were no … Continue reading
Earlier this week, Book View Cafe held a “Twitter Fiction” contest to celebrate the release of the first title to be released under their Book View Press imprint, Rocket Boy and the Geek Girls, a collection of favorite science fiction … Continue reading
If you think you’re a nerd and you don’t know who Wil Wheaton is, then you’re not a nerd and you need to turn in your NerdCard. Right now. Star Trek fans know him as Wesley Crusher from Star Trek: … Continue reading