The Walk, and a Sky Gone Berserk We try and plan for the unknowns. It’s the unknown unknowns that you have concerns about. –Bob Gilruth If there had been a space equivalent of Car and Driver magazine, its editors would have voted Gemini the Spacecraft of the Year. By the time the spacecraft was man-rated […]
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The Maker of Monsters is a terrifically fast-paced, action-packed story, with a wonderfully realised cast of characters, which kept me engrossed throughout. Brat works for his master, the banished Lord Macawber, in his castle on an island, isolated from any other human contact. His only companions are two of his master’s failed creations, Sherman and […]
Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhelm is an odd mix of heartwarming and bittersweet themes that boasts having won the 1977 Hugo, Locus, and Jupiter awards. Her prose is lovely, evoking the deep connection between humanity and the natural world and subtly juxtaposing it with the destruction of civilization as we know it. Wilhelm crafts a narrative surrounding the end of the world which is timeless and alien, dealing with concepts such as personhood and individuality. While I felt that certain portions of the narrative missed an opportunity for additional nuance and exploration, Wilhelm nevertheless brings us a thoughtful novel that will retain relevance for years to come.
To Boldly Sew is a recap of DS9 episodes, with a specific focus on the fashions of the many aliens and other characters that make up the series. Feel free to discuss matters of plot and general Star Trek things in the comments. All screenshots come from trekcore.com, which is the same place as the original […]
How We Met As odd as it may sound, Malachi and I first met accidentally online. Malachi “liked” my profile so I went to his to check him out. I saw Malachi’s profile and I messaged him asking if he worked at Menards as he looked oddly familiar. Quick back story… My sister, Marnie, and […]
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Our flight on AER LINGUS left Los Angeles and landed in Dublin about 15 hours later. We LOVE Aer Lingus; excellent friendly service. The airport was clean and efficient. Directly outside from where we collected our luggage was the taxi queue with an attendant that whisked everyone needing a taxi into cars with Disneyland-speed. (There […]
Photo by Jack Anstey on Unsplash – I just finished reading the Harry Potter series for the fist time ever and I was not disappointed. I have watched the movies multiple times in the past but never read the books so I made it my goal for the summer to read all of the books. It took me […]