I’ve been enjoying reading this webcomic a whole lot recently:
Grrl Power is a comic about a crazy nerdette that becomes a superheroine. Humor, action, cheesecake, beefcake, ‘splosions, and maybe some drama. Possibly ninjas.
…for all those reasons, plus recent SFnal elements, and that our protagonist’s brain seems to work in disturbingly similar ways to the brains resident at Chez Author.
And thus I recommend it to you, Eldraeverse readers, because I suspect it would also suit your taste.
A new writing blog for a shiny new posthuman SF universe appeared yesterday in my website logs, from a long-time reader here, and I just had to tell y’all to go check it out. The site’s brand new, but there’s already some juicy content there, and if you ask me, it’ll be well worth following in the future.
Why are you still here?
A couple of friends’o’mine, smart people and long-term fans of the Star Wars Extended Universe, are doing a blog read-through and commentary on its better parts with the benefit of long perspective, here:
If that sounds even vaguely interesting to you, go have a read. They give good value per eyeball-second.
Have a not-my-fiction recommendation:
…momentum transfer at a distance: nice trick if you can do it. Just ask any ontotechnologist who’s trying to expand the reach of vector control. Although, Eldraeverse-wise, (spoiler) rira vs lbh pbhyq svther bhg ubj gb qb gung gevpx jvgu irpgbe pbageby, vgf hanibvqnoyr pbafreingvba-ynj pbzcyvnapr jbhyq zrna lbh jerpxrq fbzr cresrpgyl tbbq genvaf va gur cebprff.
…is today’s not-my-fiction story recommendation!
(I’ve also been having a little fun today with their Pulp-O-Mizer cover generator. Check it out: