at this point I feel similarly about Firefly as I do about Pacific Rim
as exciting as they are, i’m at least as excited of what’s to come.
the biggest difference being I can imagine Guillermo del Toro topping Pacific Rim, i can’t imagine Joss Whedon fixing Firefly’s problems
I was comforted looking at the eclipse, my dad pointed out Mars among the 6 observable stars from my vantage point, I was comforted that we could still see that many.
my serial novel, the mysteries of quest, is now launched! a quick introduction:
Friendless, mildly belligerent, and mostly content with her lot in life, Quest is a nineteen year old gamer who has an obsession with heroism and unraveling the mysteries of the world. She also happens to be a capable fire mage.
Older and in some ways wiser, her sister Dina struggles with an enigmatic history and keeping Quest’s adventurous impulses under control, her only lifeline a private group of online friends. Her own magical abilities are somewhat more varied.
Bound together by a tie both stronger and stranger than blood, they must work together in a world divided sharply between the magical and the mundane in order to survive when they are caught in the midst of a series of deadly supernatural events that even they may not be able to handle.
in short, it’s urban fantasy with a touch of horror, about a trans woman mage and her sister. heavy themes throughout the story as a whole are emotional damage, trauma, ptsd, coping with those things, and working on recovery, as well as developing social skills and making connections with people.
you can click here or the above link to get to the patreon page for the project. the story is entirely free to read, but if you want/are able to contribute financially, you can become a patron, which basically means donating $1 a month (or more, if you want to). the patreon page and its video explain things in more detail. so check it out if you’re interested and whatever you do signal boosting is greatly appreciated!
Having a song stuck in my head can either feel like wearing a pair of underwear for too long or like having a small object lodged in my throat.
I want to get an n64 at some point
Should I try to get the same games & controllers & console that I had as a kid, or should I just get whatever makes the most sense via price, or should I get something at the intersection of price and coolness?