Tag Archives: David Weber

The First Annual Dragon Awards

So, some things of note here, while I think of them.

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A Flight of Dragon Awards

DragonCon is a convention that takes place every year over the Labor Day weekend in downtown Atlanta, GA. It is, by all accounts, the largest sci-fi and fantasy convention on the planet Earth. If you don’t believe me, their minimum … Continue reading

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The Baen Free Library: “Hey, Kid, the First Taste is Free!”

Over the last several weeks, I’ve found myself explaining the Baen Free Library to people. Now, I like introducing people to cool stuff, but even the best things can get repetitive, and repetitive can easily become boring, and boring quickly … Continue reading

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HonorCon 2015: After Action Report

THE ROYAL MANTICORAN NAVY MEMORANDUM FOR: HONORCON Third Day, Eleventh Month, Year Three Hundred and Three After Landing¬† From: Spacer Second Class Lori Janeski, Grayson Space Navy To: –Captain (Senior Grade) Christa Brolley, GS, QBM, EM; Commanding Officer, HMS Hector … Continue reading

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Honor Harrington is a Friend of Mine

I had never heard of Honor Harrington at all until just last year, when Matthew finally insisted — rather than suggest — that I read On Basilisk Station, by David Weber.¬† Oh, sure, he might have mentioned it a time … Continue reading

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Touch One Life

Ever have that one awesome favorite that is nothing like anything else you like of the same type? That’s me and the Cruxshadows. The Cruxshadows are a darkwave band. If you don’t know what that is, just think “goth”; the … Continue reading

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Fisking Catholic Fiction

Sometimes, I love my fellow Catholics. And sometimes, they are brain-dead stupid. If you look at this article from CatholicFiction.net, you’ll see this great example of brain death. Science fiction has also been derelict in its duty. Who does science … Continue reading

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Fantasy Worlds in Short Fiction: A Fisk

AUTHOR RAGE ACTIVATED! There are few things more maddening than some stupid liberal author trying to tell all the rest of us what is and isn’t possible. They seem to enjoy making gigantic blanket statements that are supposed to be … Continue reading

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