Well now that the month is behind me and I’ve had a few days to recover (ok more than a few), it’s time to put my thoughts on the month to “paper”.
Overall I think this month was an interesting learning experience. I definately need to plan better, however based on views and comments some of my more popular pieces were off the cuff flash fiction. Like my second post of the month Blinking, which was inspired by the internet outage we started the month with.
My planned review of Deadpool was also fairly popular. As were the series of mini fiction Sci-Fi stories all set within the same overall story. And yes, I do plan to continue and expand the tales of that intrepid pilot.
I managed to get all the letters out this time, some days were better than others but I’m very pleased with myself succeeding in 2016.
So how did the month go for you?
One of the latest offerings from the Disney is the excellent film Zootopia. While the initial premise of a world with anthropomorphic animals who all get along seems weak and over done, the movie in fact has far more depth than one would expect.
The films animation, both of character and environment is amazing. The movie is worth watching for that reason along. However, the story itself is both compelling and full of deeper meaning. Continue reading Zootopia Review
I drifted awake, a fog in my mind as I tried to recall what happened last night.
There was drinking… I think… someone warning me about not going into the other sector.
I can’t recall.
I don’t feel hungover, why can’t I remember.
The lights suddenly turn on and I close my eyes against the glare. Continue reading Youth is wasted
Just look at all those creatrues….
They arrived just a few cycles ago in their ugly ship, now they are constructing buildings all around it. Continue reading Xenophobic
The harsh beeping of the ship environmental warning greeted me as I regained consciousness. The canopy infront of me webbed with cracks clearly the cause of the warning. Fortunately the impact left my flight suit helmet intact, so I was in no immediate danger.
Glancing around I could see that the cockpit had performed as designed, acting as an escape pod when my ship suffered catastrophic failure in the storms above. Continue reading Weather
We had been on partol in the Saturn system for about a week when the call came in. My group was up and on the flightline before the watch officer’s announcement finished.
Climbing quickly into my ship, I buckled in and signaled my readiness. Continue reading Vector
So, I had planned to write another short from the same story as yesterday.
Instead I’m typing this while waiting for the doc at the ER read an X-ray.
Goes to show you never know just how your day is going to go.