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Maurice Borge is working on his last day with the Time Police before a well-earned retirement. Unfortunately, because his job involves protecting space and time from evildoers, scum, criminals, and jaywalkers, the last day might last forever.
I decided I’d move my gallery of gaming miniatures to Flickr, as that seems to be a little easier to work with than the cruddy WordPress plugin I was using previously. This also lets me do fancy things like insert it into its own page. The link can be found to the right.
Lately I’ve been working on wrapping up and editing Iron Heart, a dieselpunk novel set in a constructed world I’m tentatively calling Autumn. No idea where the name of the world came from, but it seemed to fit. You may, of course, feel free to disagree, being that until my mad scientists who are working […]
Are the Imperials in Star Wars really the bad guys, or have you been misled by Rebel propaganda? Because really, if there’s one thing I learned from A New Hope, it’s that blowing up a few billion people makes you evil, while blowing up only a million or so (or so Wookiepeedia says – not […]