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Jun 24

Book Review: Ancillary Justice

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie This is one of the most complex books I’ve read in a long time. It’s hard science fiction of the sort that explores notions of guilt and consciousness and AI and class privilege. It spans centuries, and has two different viewpoints, one from a ship who had many ancillaries, and …

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Jun 23

Adele Bloch-Bauer 3–Klimt fanfic project

  I included the original again for comparison. By the way, this is only a piece of the original. I cropped it to fit, because I wanted the head to be the same size as my head, for reasons I will explain later. It’s a shame, becuase you miss out on the beautiful green part, …

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Jun 20

Paprika the Rooster?

Jun 19

Book Review: Sapphire Blue

Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier This is the second book in a trilogy of what is shaping up to be a very, very good YA fantasy. Or is it sci fi? (timetravel) or is it steampunk (mystical machines.) Any way you categorize it, it’s delightful. Gwen is an ordinary teenage English girl, except for her …

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Jun 18

Changer’s Turf Chapter Twenty-Four

New to the story? S’okay–go here.   Chapter Twenty-Four     Albers was sitting in her house, lingering over her first evening cup of coffee, when a pounding at the door disturbed her. She sighed. The pounding continued. She looked up, expecting to see the tastefully framed paintings rattle against the powder blue wall of her …

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