Monthly Archives: June 2014

How to Not Introduce Yourself to Trail Running

On Father’s Day I decided to try a more imposing run than just staying on the sidewalks of Metric between Parmer and Braker. Gracywoods Park has a paved trail that connects to roads on either side, and I thought that … Continue reading

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Dark Paradise by Angie Sandro Review

Twenty year old Malaise “Mala” LaCroix is the descendant of a plantation owner and his beautiful slave, and the women in her family have been called “witches” and practitioners of hoodoo for decades. The young woman wants to leave all … Continue reading

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The Great Turtle Rescue

Approximately two weeks ago I had an unexpected visitor in my overgrown backyard. I live on the northern edge of a largish city, so the most exotic wildlife I usually see in my landlocked yard are squirrels and the occasional … Continue reading

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The Time to Choose a Side Is Here!

The comedic and wacky indie comic Penguins vs Possums is now available through Fanboy Comic’s online store. Both signed and unsigned copies are available. The direct link to the comic in the store is: “Since the dawn of time, … Continue reading

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