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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.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Wonder what Michael Landon would make of this?

Teens pretending to be werewolves

Teens pretending to be werewolves are the new teens pretending to be vampiresLike wearing colored contacts, fangs, and black clothes, but don't want to be associated with the bloodsucking undead? In some high schools, a new supernatural subculture is gaining ground: wolfpacks.

With the popularity of Twilight and a new Teen Wolf series on the way, it was only a matter of time before wannabe werewolves started forming their own cliques. Furry tails aside, they're not a far cry from the kids playing at being the Cullen clan, but they don't have an entire South Park episode mocking their existence — yet.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


This is just soooo cool. And who knew a leaky pipe could be responsible. It's about as likely as a pink Juicy Couture tracksuit!

Time-Travel under the sink
(from Ching Studios)

And on a related note, an awesome blog dedicated to the theory of time-travel, Star Theory.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

A win-win for Nashville and you

Massive Rainstorms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
Floodwaters cover downtown streets and sidewalks May 3, 2010 in the Lower Broad district of Nashville, Tennessee. More than 13 inches of rain fell over two days over Nashville, more than doubling the previous record of 6.68 inches and leaving at least seven dead and thousands displaced. (Photo by Rusty Russell/Getty Images)

Death toll rises as river crests, floods Nashville

Story Published: May 3, 2010 at 9:32 PM MDT

In an effort to raise relief money for the victims of the middle Tennessee flood of 2010, a group of authors have come together to auction off critiques, SWAG, or other sundries. Check out Do The Write Thing For Nashville for details. Also, find them on Facebook.

Depending on who you talk to, this is a 500 to a 1,000 year event. Most victims weren't in flood plains, which means no flood insurance, which means devastation. In my small community outside of Nashville, there have been over 700 requests for help alone.

Please be a part while helping your writing career (I know I will). It's win-win!

Monday, May 3, 2010

I knew it!

A new excuse for my self-diagnosed ADD. I'm really not here!

SFR Brigade cross post

Check out my post over at the awesome SFR Brigade on Joss Whedon Writing Tips!