Homes Fit For Heroes

25 May 19
Standish Writes

You feel a blistering heat on your skin. Bright light consumes you, and then nothing. Warm air presses in around you, intensifying the feverish feeling beneath your skin. Your eyes slit open. At least you think they are open, as they are met by blackness. Gradually, you begin to make out your surroundings. In front […]

24 May 19
The Erotic Endeavors of Ela the Expert

Phora, Mags and I were dead asleep until the innkeeper came to kick us out.  He had seemed a nice enough fellow before but I suppose all the recent turmoil in town had everyone on edge.  The three of us were discussing our plans over a cheap terrible breakfast when the mayor’s men came for […]

24 May 19
JC CAST

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, and from all walks of life. Some seem destined for greatness, or at least something special, early on. Some appear to carry Lady Luck on their shoulders. And yet, for the most part, the majority of heroes have less than stellar beginnings, are saddled with nightmarish memories of […]

24 May 19
Geek Native

Tiamat, wow, what a dragon. You don’t need Game of Thrones to do dragons well, it seems, if only for a few seconds.

24 May 19
News Archives Uk

After years of denying any interest and avoiding the issue, Nintendo has become a fully committed mobile developer. Yes, the company mascot has appeared in its first game which has taken the mobile platform, but that's just dipping its toe – its current and upcoming lineup of software shows jumped fully into the mobile pool. […]

24 May 19
Global Newsbytes Blog

        By Mark Stubis America’s animal lovers have spoken, and after nearly half a million votes from across the country, 21 courageous canines have advanced to the semifinal rounds of the 2019 American Humane Hero Dog Awards®, sponsored by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation and Zoetis Petcare (a U.S. business unit of […]

24 May 19
Mild Sauce

Six years ago I was sitting around a fire in the middle of nowhere Wisconsin as Nico Segal cried his eyes out. The band he’d known since high school, Kids These Days was no more and he found himself on the cusp of a musical journey without certainty that had existed days before. Likewise, about […]

24 May 19
The Northlands

Before Now We were contracted by the Imperial College at Rivergate to locate, assist, and escort the Imperial Archeological Researcher, Veri’lan, on her expedition in the Glacier Valley region. We would be paid 500 Gold Dragons each upon return to the college. We have broken that contract, slain a demon, stolen a massive shipment of […]

24 May 19
Porta Potty Direct

As we all know Memorial Day which falls on the last Monday in the month of May is one of America’s most awaited holidays and celebrated in a very big way by kids, adults and elderly people alike. It doesn’t come as a surprise that it is one of the most awaited holidays, because it […]

24 May 19
The Humble Yorkshireman

The first Eurovision I remember was 2006, when the contest was held in Athens, Greece and won by Lordi from Finland with “Hard Rock Hallelujah. Lordi As the years have gone on I have come to like and love Eurovision more and more, and also met more people who also love it, most are somewhat […]

24 May 19
Rob Writes About Whatever

Welcome to Part Four of my series on the alignment system! In Part One, I examined the basic structure, philosophical underpinnings, and limitations of the alignment system. In Part Two, I examined each of the three Good alignments in detail, and I did the same for the Neutral alignments in Part Three. In this installment, […]

24 May 19
Steve Prestegard.com: The Presteblog

Kenny Herzog: The skies are partly cloudy and temperatures comfortably in the 70s as the sun sets on Gallatin, Tennessee, on a Monday evening in late April. In other words, perfect baseball weather. Accordingly, Brent High is doing what he does most often on nights like this: watching kids play, in this case the local […]

24 May 19
John Needham

Chapter three of my free-to-read novel, running from the years 1924 to 1927. If you’d like to know more and start reading from the beginning, please click the Conversations At Table link on the right of the page. Chapter 3 1924 31 October  Cedric is rather depressed about the result of the general election and […]

24 May 19
Damien Walter

Damien Walter writes on scifi & fantasy for The Guardian, BBC, Wired, Oxford University Press, IO9, Tor.com and elsewhere. He’s a graduate of the Clarion scifi writers workshop, and teaches the Rhetoric of Story. There’s a kind of fantasy novel that fantasy fans tend to like. It features either a young orphan / bastard boy destined […]