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...no mad skillz, no sacred destiny, just a pink tracksuit that will take her places she never wanted to go...
It's been said that a sure sign of the coming apocalypse is an 80s roller skate disco movie coming to DVD (with special features). In my science-fiction novel series entitled Apocalypse Babes, a stylish group of twenty-something friends are torn from the Babylonian arms of 2006 West Hollywood and flung nearly thirty years into the past. It might be because one of them purchased the taboo film in a nostalgic moment, setting off a chain of events more disturbing than a roller skating conga line. They wake up in an apocalyptic—but strangely familiar—landscape, complete with a hidden mountain compound and retro survivalists, hinting at hidden and retro issues they must face if they want to survive.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Carrie, Kitty and me


I just finished the 7th book in the 'Kitty Norville' series by Carrie Vaughn and can hardly wait for the next installment, Kitty Goes To War, to be released June 29th.

The series is about a young woman made a werewolf against her will, in a culture only just realizing the supernatural elements of so
ciety right under their noses...vampires, fairies, skin walkers, psychics, magicians...and those who want every last one of them dead.

Between hosting her radio show, The Midnight Hour, and searching out the mystical, Kitty becomes the poster chi
ld for otherness while trying to come to terms with the changes in her own life and pack.

This series has been fun, suspenseful, and fast-paced, laced with romance that makes me hope the the story never ends. Here's hoping the next 97 days go by faster than a silver bullet.

Friday, March 12, 2010

An (air quote) award-winning trailer

Some sound advice indeed for stories...

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Great zombie line


All politics aside, this is a great line from Greg Gutfeld, author of the blog The Daily Gut:

"Now, there’s always a scene in zombie movies, when one non-zombie character will turn to another, and say, 'If I ever turn into that, I want you to kill me.' Then they make love, and reload."

It just makes me happy.