Snowbirds of Prey by Ward Parker

Parker combines observational comedy about old age with a fast-paced supernatural mystery, creating a tale that will engage fans of both vampires and detective stories.. For many years, elderly supernatural beings have lived out their retirements in communities like the one in Jellyfish Beach, Florida. With guards chosen for their discretion and dedicated healthworkers to … Continue reading Snowbirds of Prey by Ward Parker

Stick… Rock…. StickRock!

As I've mentioned previously, I am mildly fond of survival games, especially Conan Exiles, and of a good pastiche. So, I was doubly joy-filled when I discovered Survival Logic: some of it is very focused on multiplayer (which isn't the bit of the games that interest me) but the episode on crafting items is a … Continue reading Stick… Rock…. StickRock!

Anent The Conjuring of Thought from Machine

When one ventures beyond the comforting indifference of the crowd, one finds many vastly different, yet equally strongly held, views on AI Chatbots and similar such contrivances. However, to the enlightened mind only one opinion matters: that of the Prophet Lovecraft. And so I set forth to ask. Due to a foul confluence of unclear … Continue reading Anent The Conjuring of Thought from Machine

Discerning Sadness

Taking a break from his award-winning stint as a poltergeist, Alasdair Beckett-King has done some important research into murder investigations. Obviously, I hope none of you are planning to get yourselves murdered; however, as the socially awkward sometimes say, "It's never too early think about being late." Does one choose Iceland, which offers the option … Continue reading Discerning Sadness