Back from the shot.

So far, no side effects from the shot itself (Moderna, if it matters). The Mango Pepsi* and Funyuns I consumed while gassing up the car, though? …Jury’s still out on those.

But if the shot wipes me out later, it wipes me out later. Small price to pay.

Moe Lane

*…I would not call it bad. But the taste was surprising, and I’m not sure why. I mean, the bottle told me it was mango-flavored. I supposed I didn’t… believe it?

Patreon Microfiction: Divvying Up the Loot.

Divvying Up the Loot looks at the complications you might have when there’s a no-fooling Thieves’ Guild out there. I can’t imagine but that understandings might be reached. Especially if there are groups out there that both the cops and the crooks won’t like…

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In the E-Mail: GRANTVILLE GAZETTE IX (e-ARC).

A nice way to end the week. Obviously, this edition of GRANTVILLE GAZETTE IX is an e-ARC, with all that entails. I know they’re not everybody’s cup of tea, but I like them. I was always bothered by the thought that the books I wanted to read were out there at the publishers, just waiting to be printed…

Book of the Week: There Is No Antimemetics Division.

I grabbed the Kindle for There is No Antimemetics Division by qntm because my eldest kid is a big fan of the SCP Foundation, and I was curious about what fiction based on it looked like. It’s good! And not just ‘media tie-in good,’ either. This book holds up as fiction, and reads like it was for-real edited. You start to notice the lack of that, once you get smacked around by an editor a few times.

Moe Lane