Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Yunaleska let me know Comments were still restricts. This was leftover from when I was pregnant and worried I wouldn't be available to moderate for periods of time. Comments are now enabled, although they get sent to me for approval before being published. I know this slows down any potential conversation, but I want to make sure my younger friends are not harrassed or insulted.
Monday, January 11, 2010
I've especially been nostalgic about Star Trek Voyager lately and am brainstorming ideas on how to incorporate that nostalgia.
I want to keep up with news on the new Star Trek movies too.
Here's a few good ones in the Temporal Vortex I think you'll like-
CRASHED by Robin Wasserman. It's already out and you might find it in a good library. I reviewed the first in her series, SKINNED, a while back. Scroll down. I don't know if this one will be sent to me.
XOMBIES Apocolypticon by Walter Greatshell. I just reviewed the first, APOCALYPSE BLUES, in November. The new one comes out February. I'll review it when it gets to me. It's written for growed-ups too, but I think you'll love it anyway. The first one made my Top Ten for 2009.
So, anyway, I'll keep brainstorming and let you all know. If you have any ideas, feel free to comment or email.
Alien vampires, not your standard Blood-Sucking Dead Guys.
This was written for the growed-ups a while back, but I think you'll like it if you remember teens weren't the intended audience. There's nothing more graphic than you'd find in a PG-13 movie, tops.