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February 2017



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you have no one on your side. fight your own troubled mind.

Shadow Unit ebook volume 13 is out and available for download wherever fine pixels are pushed!

Shadow Unit volume 13

The FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit hunts humanity's worst nightmares. But there are nightmares humanity doesn't dream are real. The BAU sends those cases down the hall. There, Stephen Reyes and his team pursue criminals transformed by a mysterious force: the anomaly.

Welcome to Shadow Unit.

$2.99 for suspense, mystery, and thrills by some of the today's finest SFF authors.

(Amazon) (Barnes & Noble) (Smashwords)

The stories:

"Wild Card" by Leah Bobet
"Underworld" by Elizabeth Bear
"Single Bullet Theory" by Chelsea Polk
"Apolysis" by Emma Bull and Will Shetterly

Plus two short extras!

In addition, Shadow Unit #1 is still available for !free! at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords.


I'm still working on my Metatropolis III: Green Space story, with the Dylan Thomas-derived title "Green and Dying." I've discovered that the standing desk is great for everything except actually writing fiction; apparently I need to be able to turn my body off for that and live completely in my head. (Although I do some of my best thinking while running, walking, or washing dishes. Or driving. Alpha states; great for creativity.)

Today's tea is Republic of Tea's Vanilla Almond, a sentimental favorite from before I'd had very much really good tea. And the teacup is a Think Geek caffeine molecule mug. I guess it probably should have been my limited edition Shadow Unit "I hate you. Where's my coffee?" mug, but I planned badly.

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Yes, I am still sniffing Shattered Pillars three times a day. ZOMG it's REAL REAL BOOK. REAL.

So pretty.

Now to take the dog out for a nice easy jog.

One week to race day, four days to book day. Busy week!


Actually, apropos of very little else in this, thank you for reminding me of Republic of Tea. I've been trying to track down their Blackberry Sage, which was my staple at my last workplace. Someone brought it in as a generic office gift; I think nobody else ever got around to trying it (S mostly drank coffee and I think J was a Red Rose traditionalist though she may have graduated to basic green tea), but I fell for it pretty hard. But I could not remember the company name when I wasn't looking at the tin.

Between this and the really nice looking things at Upton, I am going to succumb to the need to buy tea online one of these days. I'd just better finish at least some of the current flavours first.