Articles from Cheeseburger Gothic
I'm not sending this one out to commerical production. Ity's just me, GraphicStock and Pixelmator.
I'm just pulling together the fanfic ebook. Some of the submissions don't have names or titles on them. I'm happy to think up titles, but really, I can't wing it with names.
If you submitted a chapter, let me know with a proposed title and whatever name you want credited.
Took the fam to see this last night. Can't recall when I've enjoyed a Star Wars film as much. This being the end of civilzation, there has of course been a manbaby backlash to the penis shortage in the ensemble cast. It's only like 95% male, which is very misandrist.
But being an utter cuck, I fucking loved it.
I've always thought Kenneth Brannagh should spend the latter half of his career remaking the great British war movies, including Zulu. (How good would Jason Statham be as the gnarly Sgt Major!?!)
Dunkirk isn't a remake, of course. And it's more Private Ryan than Dam Busters.
But it proves my point about Brannagh.
We never rest here at the book factory.
This bad boy will drop in January.
I just moved up the pre-order date at iBooks, and checked the early bird discount at Amazon and with that, A Girl in Time is good to go.
Over the next 24 hours she'll roll out across the other online stores - and the pre-orders from iBooks probably won't drop until midnight in Cupertino, which is somewhere around close of business here later today - but I think I'm calling it launched.
Most of you would get the discount anyway, because you're in the bookclub, but for anyone who's just passing through and looking for a tasty saving, you can pre-order A Girl in Time for AU $3.99 on iBooks.
It'll be $5.99 on release. (Unless you're a subscriber, of course. Then you get a sneaky secret discount too.)
Because I just found out there's a new single player Mechwarrior game coming out. I played soooo much of the old version back in the 90s and it's a shock to see it with these souped up graphics.