Monthly Archives: October 2014

Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers Review

When I first learned about Grave Mercy a few years back I was immediately intrigued by the concept of a convent of nun assassins, who were considered handmaidens of Death.  I tagged the book as something to pick up when I … Continue reading

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Must-See Indie Comics TV: Fanboy Comics and More Head to CBS This Fall

Being an indie comic creator is a tough path; getting your product created and distributed to readers requires a lot of leg work, often crowdfunding campaigns, and TONS of self-promotion. When small press can get their creations into national media … Continue reading

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First Race in a While

I slowed down (read as completely stopped) participating in races over the summer months because my body hates the heat and humidity of Austin summers. While I run with Patience or alone between around 5:30AM and 8AM most races don’t … Continue reading

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It’s Been One of Those Weeks…

I’m just not mentally up for a funny, insightful, or meaningful post of any kind this week. My “twins”: Suzuka and Miki spent the day at the vet on Monday and Tuesday for pee samples/urinalysis (everything turned out fine, so … Continue reading

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Why ‘Free’ Should Have Just Been Yaoi or It Would Have Been More Honest to Just Make It Porn

Before getting into the meat of my post I should share that I was a competitive swimmer for ten years, five of which involved participation at the USS (United States Swimming aka Olympic prelim) level. I’m used to seeing teenage … Continue reading

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