Why paradise is impossible to maintain.
Monthly Archives: February 2019
Not scifi or fantasy… whattttt?
Wow! I am so honored to be nominated twice for this award. It means a lot because I just started seriously blogging and I have met so many wonderful people. Thank you to both Abbey and Sam. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! As per the rules: seven things about myself, as well as nominations for other bloggers who I …
Review of Fusion World by Joseph Tamone
“You will stop acting like a bunch of immature pricks, and you will behave, or I will shoot you all. Trust me, I have plenty of bullets.”
Earworm alert… Time to workout! No, I am just kidding. I have books to read. In all honestly, I have no idea what Erick was going for in this video… what does “call me” have to do with 80’s leotards. But the song is catchy as hell.
“He kissed me and I thought
I’d known what it
meant to burn before…”
“Oh, but you must travel through those woods again and again… said a shadow at the window… and you must be lucky to avoid the wolf every time…
But the wolf… the wolf only needs enough luck to find you once.”
Want to know what I am reading?
“I didn’t know then what a sperm was, and so wouldn’t understand his answer for several years. “My boy,” he said, “you are descended from a long line of determined, resourceful, microscopic tadpoles– champions every one.”
― Kurt Vonnegut, Galápagos
Fusion World – Joseph Lewis Tamone