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Magazine: Space and Time, issue 125

Space and Time Magazine, issue 125 A steward shows me onto the cruise ship’s bridge and introduces me to the Captain, who reaches out to shake my hand.  “You’re that science journalist I’ve been hearing so much about.” “Science-fiction book-blogger, actually.  I’ve heard your ship’s library has a copy of Space and Time Magazine that I’d […]

Ubelieaveble!!! SEE The Chicken That Started Speaking In Arabic In Benue (LOOK)

There was panic yesterday among residents in Makurdi, Benue state after news of a ‘talking’ chicken went viral Apparently the said chicken was said to being taken to the market to be sold when suddenly it started speaking in Arabic. The incident was reported to have occurred at about 12 noon around the Wadata central…

Versatile/Inspiring Blogger Award

Sue Archer, Arcane Halloween, and Jacqueline Crawley nominated me for awards earlier this year. The awards are the Versatile Blogger Award and the Very Inspiring Blogger Award (I’m glad I wasn’t placed into the minor leagues of the simply “Inspiring Blogger Award”). Both of these awards work in a similar manner: the awarded bloggers list […]

Blog changes and awards

On Christmas Eve, I posted a list of Christmas-Themed Science Fiction, which included a large number of links to Amazon. Unfortunately, while images of book covers are fine, and links to Amazon are fine, apparently images of book covers which are also links to Amazon are strictly forbidden by WordPress. As a result, the blog […]

I know who you are

In an earlier post, I asked you to tell me about yourself and what you’d like to see on this blog in the future. This is a follow-up to share the poll results and announce some upcoming features. Please use the comments section to let me know if you think I’m moving in the right/wrong […]

Who are you, and what do you want?

Perhaps it’s in my nature to categorize and organize things, so when I decided to put some other types of content on the web, I naturally created additional blogs to house them. Some of you may be readers of my non-fiction book reviews at Seven Cities of Paper or viewers of my travel photos at […]

Alien Rover

In 2002, an alien rover landed on Earth, and Planetary Defense Command has been tracking it continuously since then. We have tapped into its transmissions to monitor the video and messages it sends home. It seems to operate primarily in Africa and Asia, with some activities in the Americas and Australia; it appears to avoid […]