If you click the pic, or the link below, you can then click a link in that cool post—it’s star librarian and horror champion Becky Spratford—and then click BACK to here. It’ll make sense once you see:
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Author appreciation tweets, day 3 of 10: @SGJ72. One of the most versatile writers in the game. A unique, powerful voice and a mellow, humble man who’s a pleasure to talk to. A master of horror, crime, bizarro, and everything in between. Oh, and Mongrels is a masterpiece. pic.twitter.com/VDEZx9n79j
— Gabino Iglesias (@Gabino_Iglesias) May 24, 2018
They’re the best:
Reasons to pick up a novella: literally pocket sized (for you or your friends).
Also great reasons:
*Quick-read style of a short story
*But with novel depth
*Great variety (check out some of our faves from @tordotcom in our SFF section)#bookshopshenanigans pic.twitter.com/mk7mhlXFRT
— Bookshop Santa Cruz (@BookshopSC) May 17, 2018
Every time I see this, I get excited all over. Because? If a wooly rhino can be frozen in a frozen place for 39,000 years, then . . . so could a Denosivan. I mean, maybe a Neanderthal too, but Denosivans were in the more tundra-ey places, so I think they’re the better bet.
In June 2007 this remarkably well-preserved woolly rhinoceros carcass was discovered frozen by gold miners in eastern Siberia. It is 39,000 years old. This was the first discovery of an entire woolly rhino preserved in permafrost. Find out more https://t.co/06QP56iDFR pic.twitter.com/ZnimckIM4F
It’s from the “Black Jeopardy” sketch with T’Challa on it:
Have had an accountant for a few years, am now an LLC, but I never understood taxes even partway until this guy broke it down into bite-sized chunks for me and the world: