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Oct 29

Faerie Killer: Chapter Twenty-Two

Chapter Twenty-Two “Jackie’s here,” Jason said, flinging Vax’s legs onto the floor from the arm of the couch. He sat down in the space where Vax’s legs had been. “Hand me the remote.” Vax reached forward fetch the remote, and the exertion made him cough. A gentle hand rubbed his back. “Shouldn’t you be back …

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Oct 26

Book Review: Reefer Madness

Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market by Eric Schlosser Schlosser wrote FAST FOOD NATION, which I felt was well researched but lacked consistent writing. I figured he might be a better writer by now, so I picked up REEFER MADNESS, the perhaps poorly-named book that is not strictly about …

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Oct 16

Book Review: The Design of Everyday Things

The Design of Everyday Things by Donald A. Norman I got this as an audiobook, based on the fact that it falls within my usual taste for non fiction and because it’s been referred to by many other books. In many ways, this is a classic book that inspired many people to think more seriously …

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Oct 08

Faerie Killer: Chapter Nineteen

Chapter Nineteen Vax ran back to the Pygg and Wassail. A crowd had gathered around the front of the building in the street, and people were throwing stones at the glass trying to break it. Flames poured up behind them, backlighting them and causing a fire alarm inside to wail. The front door had been …

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Oct 01

Faerie Killer: Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Eighteen   Kit walked out of the third bridal boutique, grinding her teeth. She’d taken the afternoon off for this, and had zero luck. Apparently, bridal gowns were made for seven foot tall women, because none of the dresses had hems that didn’t drag on the floor. And apparently, every tailoring shop in the …

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