Tag Archives: Mafia

Reading on the Road

I haven’t been posting regularly for the past few months, as I wound down my last job and then drove back and forth across the country for job interviews.  It’s been fatiguing, but allowed me to burn through some audiobooks.  I’ll run through a few of them here, but I’m leaving out others, either because […]

Review (part II): Jade City

Jade City by Fonda Lee In part I of my review, I wrote about the publisher’s deceptive marketing.  Jade City is slow-paced, not a kung-fu action fest as promised.  But, if you enjoy worldbuilding and character-building, Jade City could be right up your alley. The story is set in a fictional Asian island nation, Kekon, […]

Magazine: Kzine #16

Kzine issue 16 I’m one of three gunfighters in a Mexican standoff, arranged in a triangle.  Our only spectator in this western ghost town is an unarmed flute player, watching from the roof of the saloon.  He plays his instrument.  Tootely toot … toot toot toot. To my left is my nemesis, Talking Chicken.  She […]