Archive for July, 2009

Lucy, RIP

Our beloved dog Lucy has passed away. If there is a heaven, she is running through the fields of the Lord.

The Blood of the Demon, Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters

Original fiction

Here’s the link to The Howl of the Werewolf, which was followed by The Disloyal Vampire. The latest, which is still untitled, begins tomorrow. I began it earlier this summer then stuff happened and I put it aside and am going to put up the first chapter tomorrow. Since I usually try to have more written before I begin posting I’ll really be writing by the seat of my pants to meet my posting deadlines. But hopefully that’ll keep me motivated and focused.

New story begins Friday

Vampires, Nazis, sex, violence. In other words, be here for the still untitled latest adventure of our stalwart heroes.

Military develops ghoul robots

This can’t go wrong:

From the file marked “Evidently, many scientists have never seen even one scary sci-fi movie,” the U.S. Defense Department is funding research into battlefield robots that fuel themselves by eating human corpses. What could possibly go wrong?

Since they apparently don’t own TVs or DVD players, researchers at Robotic Technology, Inc. are developing battlefield machines that can fuel themselves with collected organic matter. The experts say such fuel “could” include human corpses, but if you picked up anything on flesh-eating robots over the years you know they’ll ignore that tasty soybean field and make a chow line right to the nearest corpse. And, if the machines can’t find enough dead people to eat, they can always make new ones.

Senator proposes anti-werewolf bill

You’d think there were more serious issues to deal with, but Republican Senator Sam Brownback thinks otherwise:

The Human-Animal Hybrid Prohibition Act would ban the creation of human-animal hybrids. Human-animal hybrids are defined as those part-human, part-animal creatures, which are created in laboratories, and blur the line between species. The bill is modest in scope and only affects efforts to blur the genetic lines between animals and humans.

As the post at the link points out, other supernatural creatures also would be effected.

Not dead yet

This blog is not dead. I’m simply busy working on two fiction projects. That and it’s summer and that means it’s dodgeball season and two ball soccer with squirt guns season at the Carnacki house.

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