Dirk Reul2014-07-16 10:17:22
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Words to live by

This is a wonderful letter to a child from school. So, please let it be true and not just another hoax like so many other things that make me think there is indeed hope for humanity and how we teach our children. 
Edit: Mat and Ann did a few searches and this is apparently real: 
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-28319907
Thank you both :)

Transcript: 

Dear Charlie Owen,

Please find enclosed your end of KS2 test results. We are very proud of you as you demonstrated huge amounts of commitment and tried your very best during this tricky week. 

However, we are concerned that these tests do not always assess what it is that makes each of you special and unique. The people who create these tests and score them do not know each of you - the way your teachers do, the way I hope to, and certainly not the way your families do. They do not know, that many of you speak two languages. They do not know, that you can play a musical instrument or that you can dance or paint a picture. They do no know, that your friends count on you to be there for them or that your laughter brighten the dreariest day. They do not know, you write poetry or songs, play or participate in sports, wonder about the future, or that sometimes you take care of your little brother or sister after school. They do not know, that you have travelled to a really neat place or that you know, how to tell a great story or that you really love spending time with special family members and friends. They do not know that you can be trustworthy, kind or thoughtful, and that you try, every day, to be your very best... the scores you get will tell you something but they will not tell you everything. 

So enjoy your results and be very proud of these but remember, there are many ways of being smart. 

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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-16 10:17:22
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    Words to live by

    This is a wonderful letter to a child from school. So, please let it be true and not just another hoax like so many other things that make me think there is indeed hope for humanity and how we teach our children. 
    Edit: Mat and Ann did a few searches and this is apparently real: 
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-28319907
    Thank you both :)

    Transcript: 

    Dear Charlie Owen,

    Please find enclosed your end of KS2 test results. We are very proud of you as you demonstrated huge amounts of commitment and tried your very best during this tricky week. 

    However, we are concerned that these tests do not always assess what it is that makes each of you special and unique. The people who create these tests and score them do not know each of you - the way your teachers do, the way I hope to, and certainly not the way your families do. They do not know, that many of you speak two languages. They do not know, that you can play a musical instrument or that you can dance or paint a picture. They do no know, that your friends count on you to be there for them or that your laughter brighten the dreariest day. They do not know, you write poetry or songs, play or participate in sports, wonder about the future, or that sometimes you take care of your little brother or sister after school. They do not know, that you have travelled to a really neat place or that you know, how to tell a great story or that you really love spending time with special family members and friends. They do not know that you can be trustworthy, kind or thoughtful, and that you try, every day, to be your very best... the scores you get will tell you something but they will not tell you everything. 

    So enjoy your results and be very proud of these but remember, there are many ways of being smart. 

    Reshared text:
    I like this a whole lot.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-16 10:17:22
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    Words to live by

    This is a wonderful letter to a child from school. So, please let it be true and not just another hoax like so many other things that make me think there is indeed hope for humanity and how we teach our children. 
    Edit: Mat and Ann did a few searches and this is apparently real: 
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-28319907
    Thank you both :)

    Transcript: 

    Dear Charlie Owen,

    Please find enclosed your end of KS2 test results. We are very proud of you as you demonstrated huge amounts of commitment and tried your very best during this tricky week. 

    However, we are concerned that these tests do not always assess what it is that makes each of you special and unique. The people who create these tests and score them do not know each of you - the way your teachers do, the way I hope to, and certainly not the way your families do. They do not know, that many of you speak two languages. They do not know, that you can play a musical instrument or that you can dance or paint a picture. They do no know, that your friends count on you to be there for them or that your laughter brighten the dreariest day. They do not know, you write poetry or songs, play or participate in sports, wonder about the future, or that sometimes you take care of your little brother or sister after school. They do not know, that you have travelled to a really neat place or that you know, how to tell a great story or that you really love spending time with special family members and friends. They do not know that you can be trustworthy, kind or thoughtful, and that you try, every day, to be your very best... the scores you get will tell you something but they will not tell you everything. 

    So enjoy your results and be very proud of these but remember, there are many ways of being smart. 

    Reshared text:
    I like this a whole lot.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-16 10:17:22
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    Words to live by

    This is a wonderful letter to a child from school. So, please let it be true and not just another hoax like so many other things that make me think there is indeed hope for humanity and how we teach our children. 
    Edit: Mat and Ann did a few searches and this is apparently real: 
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-28319907
    Thank you both :)

    Transcript: 

    Dear Charlie Owen,

    Please find enclosed your end of KS2 test results. We are very proud of you as you demonstrated huge amounts of commitment and tried your very best during this tricky week. 

    However, we are concerned that these tests do not always assess what it is that makes each of you special and unique. The people who create these tests and score them do not know each of you - the way your teachers do, the way I hope to, and certainly not the way your families do. They do not know, that many of you speak two languages. They do not know, that you can play a musical instrument or that you can dance or paint a picture. They do no know, that your friends count on you to be there for them or that your laughter brighten the dreariest day. They do not know, you write poetry or songs, play or participate in sports, wonder about the future, or that sometimes you take care of your little brother or sister after school. They do not know, that you have travelled to a really neat place or that you know, how to tell a great story or that you really love spending time with special family members and friends. They do not know that you can be trustworthy, kind or thoughtful, and that you try, every day, to be your very best... the scores you get will tell you something but they will not tell you everything. 

    So enjoy your results and be very proud of these but remember, there are many ways of being smart. 

    Reshared text:
    I like this a whole lot.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-16 10:17:22
    RESHARE:
    Words to live by

    This is a wonderful letter to a child from school. So, please let it be true and not just another hoax like so many other things that make me think there is indeed hope for humanity and how we teach our children. 
    Edit: Mat and Ann did a few searches and this is apparently real: 
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-28319907
    Thank you both :)

    Transcript: 

    Dear Charlie Owen,

    Please find enclosed your end of KS2 test results. We are very proud of you as you demonstrated huge amounts of commitment and tried your very best during this tricky week. 

    However, we are concerned that these tests do not always assess what it is that makes each of you special and unique. The people who create these tests and score them do not know each of you - the way your teachers do, the way I hope to, and certainly not the way your families do. They do not know, that many of you speak two languages. They do not know, that you can play a musical instrument or that you can dance or paint a picture. They do no know, that your friends count on you to be there for them or that your laughter brighten the dreariest day. They do not know, you write poetry or songs, play or participate in sports, wonder about the future, or that sometimes you take care of your little brother or sister after school. They do not know, that you have travelled to a really neat place or that you know, how to tell a great story or that you really love spending time with special family members and friends. They do not know that you can be trustworthy, kind or thoughtful, and that you try, every day, to be your very best... the scores you get will tell you something but they will not tell you everything. 

    So enjoy your results and be very proud of these but remember, there are many ways of being smart. 

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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-10 19:23:52
    The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

    There is a certain kind of movie, that is not mainstream. That escapes our attention because it is not the latest blockbuster. These little gems, are like treasure you stumble upon in the most unlikely places. Amelie (2001) Trailer was one of those, I was out with a friend back then and she and I decided to go and see a movie, we picked Amelie on a whim, and left the cinema with a happy heart and big smiles, so did every single person who had been there. It is still, among my favourites movies of all times. 

    Now, this movie, THE YOUNG AND PRODIGIOUS SPIVET Trailer (2013) is from 2013 and is yet another feature by Jean-Pierre Jeunet who also directed Amelie. 

    This is clearly a film for  those who enjoy the occasional movie full of whimsy and magical realism, not burdened by the need to be dark and gritty all the time. I for one, will get my hands on this one as soon as I can and maybe, some of you will join me :) 
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-10 19:23:52
    The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

    There is a certain kind of movie, that is not mainstream. That escapes our attention because it is not the latest blockbuster. These little gems, are like treasure you stumble upon in the most unlikely places. Amelie (2001) Trailer was one of those, I was out with a friend back then and she and I decided to go and see a movie, we picked Amelie on a whim, and left the cinema with a happy heart and big smiles, so did every single person who had been there. It is still, among my favourites movies of all times. 

    Now, this movie, THE YOUNG AND PRODIGIOUS SPIVET Trailer (2013) is from 2013 and is yet another feature by Jean-Pierre Jeunet who also directed Amelie. 

    This is clearly a film for  those who enjoy the occasional movie full of whimsy and magical realism, not burdened by the need to be dark and gritty all the time. I for one, will get my hands on this one as soon as I can and maybe, some of you will join me :) 
  • 24 plusses - 8 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-10 19:23:52
    The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

    There is a certain kind of movie, that is not mainstream. That escapes our attention because it is not the latest blockbuster. These little gems, are like treasure you stumble upon in the most unlikely places. Amelie (2001) Trailer was one of those, I was out with a friend back then and she and I decided to go and see a movie, we picked Amelie on a whim, and left the cinema with a happy heart and big smiles, so did every single person who had been there. It is still, among my favourites movies of all times. 

    Now, this movie, THE YOUNG AND PRODIGIOUS SPIVET Trailer (2013) is from 2013 and is yet another feature by Jean-Pierre Jeunet who also directed Amelie. 

    This is clearly a film for  those who enjoy the occasional movie full of whimsy and magical realism, not burdened by the need to be dark and gritty all the time. I for one, will get my hands on this one as soon as I can and maybe, some of you will join me :) 
  • 24 plusses - 8 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-10 19:23:52
    The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

    There is a certain kind of movie, that is not mainstream. That escapes our attention because it is not the latest blockbuster. These little gems, are like treasure you stumble upon in the most unlikely places. Amelie (2001) Trailer was one of those, I was out with a friend back then and she and I decided to go and see a movie, we picked Amelie on a whim, and left the cinema with a happy heart and big smiles, so did every single person who had been there. It is still, among my favourites movies of all times. 

    Now, this movie, THE YOUNG AND PRODIGIOUS SPIVET Trailer (2013) is from 2013 and is yet another feature by Jean-Pierre Jeunet who also directed Amelie. 

    This is clearly a film for  those who enjoy the occasional movie full of whimsy and magical realism, not burdened by the need to be dark and gritty all the time. I for one, will get my hands on this one as soon as I can and maybe, some of you will join me :) 
  • 24 plusses - 8 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-10 19:23:52
    The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

    There is a certain kind of movie, that is not mainstream. That escapes our attention because it is not the latest blockbuster. These little gems, are like treasure you stumble upon in the most unlikely places. Amelie (2001) Trailer was one of those, I was out with a friend back then and she and I decided to go and see a movie, we picked Amelie on a whim, and left the cinema with a happy heart and big smiles, so did every single person who had been there. It is still, among my favourites movies of all times. 

    Now, this movie, THE YOUNG AND PRODIGIOUS SPIVET Trailer (2013) is from 2013 and is yet another feature by Jean-Pierre Jeunet who also directed Amelie. 

    This is clearly a film for  those who enjoy the occasional movie full of whimsy and magical realism, not burdened by the need to be dark and gritty all the time. I for one, will get my hands on this one as soon as I can and maybe, some of you will join me :) 
  • 24 plusses - 8 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-09 19:56:40
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    You might want to get your hands on this when it comes out :)

    I really enjoyed the first novella as part of the last bundle I bought. If you can get it, give it a try and I'm pretty sure you'll want more just like I did.

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    I’m pleased to present to you Jon Foster’s cover illustration for the second Legion novella, Legion: Skin Deep, coming later this year from Subterranean Press. http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep I think Mr. Foster did a fantastic job with this illustration, and I like it even better than his cover for Subterranean Press’s edition of the original Legion.

    If you haven’t read the original and aren’t familiar with the concept, I describe Legion as a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent. Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad. A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price. His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own.

    A good way to check out the first Legion is in the Cosmic SciFi StoryBundle that’s available for only the next 9 hours as of this posting. http://storybundle.com/scifi And there’s an excerpt here: http://www.tor.com/stories/2012/08/legion-excerpt

    Ever since I wrote the original Legion novella, readers have been asking when we’ll see more of Stephen Leeds’s adventures. And the answer is in just a few months. Stephen and his aspects are some of my favorite characters to write, so it was a joy to get back to them. And this time the adventure lasts twice as long—while the first novella was 18,000 words, this one is 36,000, longer than The Emperor’s Soul. It explores Stephen’s world in interesting new ways, and if you liked his first story at all you’re going to love this one. You can read a preview here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep/

    This book will also be released as an ebook and an audiobook, but the only version up for preorder at this time is Subterranean’s gorgeous limited edition. A special bonus for the limited edition readers is that you will also get the ebook version before anyone else.

    Description from Subterranean Press:

    Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, multi-volume epics (Mistborn, The Stormlight Archive) and his stellar continuation of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series have earned both critical acclaim and a substantial popular following. In Legion, a short, distinctly contemporary novella filled with suspense, humor, and an endless flow of invention, Sanderson revealed a startling new facet of his singular narrative talent. In the stunning sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, that talent is on full display.

    Stephen Leeds, AKA “Legion,” is a man whose unique mental condition allows him to generate a multitude of personae: hallucinatory entities with a wide variety of personal characteristics and a vast array of highly specialized skills. As the new story begins, Leeds and his “aspects” are hired by I3 (Innovative Information Incorporated) to recover a corpse stolen from the local morgue. But there’s a catch. The corpse is that of a pioneer in the field of experimental biotechnology, a man whose work concerned the use of the human body as a massive storage device. He may have embedded something in the cells of his now dead body. And that something might be dangerous . . .

    What follows is a visionary thriller about the potential uses of technology, the mysteries of the human personality, and the ancient human need to believe that death is not the end. Legion: Skin Deep is speculative fiction at it most highly developed. It reaffirms Sanderson’s place as one of contemporary fiction’s most intelligent—and unpredictable—voices.

    Legion: Skin Deep will feature a full-color dust jacket, and two full-page, full-color interior illustrations by Jon Foster.

    In addition, upon publication, everyone who has preordered Legion: Skin Deep direct from SubPress will receive a free copy of the ebook.

    Limited: 2500 numbered copies, bound in leather, signed by the author.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-09 19:56:40
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    You might want to get your hands on this when it comes out :)

    I really enjoyed the first novella as part of the last bundle I bought. If you can get it, give it a try and I'm pretty sure you'll want more just like I did.

    Reshared text:
    I’m pleased to present to you Jon Foster’s cover illustration for the second Legion novella, Legion: Skin Deep, coming later this year from Subterranean Press. http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep I think Mr. Foster did a fantastic job with this illustration, and I like it even better than his cover for Subterranean Press’s edition of the original Legion.

    If you haven’t read the original and aren’t familiar with the concept, I describe Legion as a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent. Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad. A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price. His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own.

    A good way to check out the first Legion is in the Cosmic SciFi StoryBundle that’s available for only the next 9 hours as of this posting. http://storybundle.com/scifi And there’s an excerpt here: http://www.tor.com/stories/2012/08/legion-excerpt

    Ever since I wrote the original Legion novella, readers have been asking when we’ll see more of Stephen Leeds’s adventures. And the answer is in just a few months. Stephen and his aspects are some of my favorite characters to write, so it was a joy to get back to them. And this time the adventure lasts twice as long—while the first novella was 18,000 words, this one is 36,000, longer than The Emperor’s Soul. It explores Stephen’s world in interesting new ways, and if you liked his first story at all you’re going to love this one. You can read a preview here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep/

    This book will also be released as an ebook and an audiobook, but the only version up for preorder at this time is Subterranean’s gorgeous limited edition. A special bonus for the limited edition readers is that you will also get the ebook version before anyone else.

    Description from Subterranean Press:

    Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, multi-volume epics (Mistborn, The Stormlight Archive) and his stellar continuation of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series have earned both critical acclaim and a substantial popular following. In Legion, a short, distinctly contemporary novella filled with suspense, humor, and an endless flow of invention, Sanderson revealed a startling new facet of his singular narrative talent. In the stunning sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, that talent is on full display.

    Stephen Leeds, AKA “Legion,” is a man whose unique mental condition allows him to generate a multitude of personae: hallucinatory entities with a wide variety of personal characteristics and a vast array of highly specialized skills. As the new story begins, Leeds and his “aspects” are hired by I3 (Innovative Information Incorporated) to recover a corpse stolen from the local morgue. But there’s a catch. The corpse is that of a pioneer in the field of experimental biotechnology, a man whose work concerned the use of the human body as a massive storage device. He may have embedded something in the cells of his now dead body. And that something might be dangerous . . .

    What follows is a visionary thriller about the potential uses of technology, the mysteries of the human personality, and the ancient human need to believe that death is not the end. Legion: Skin Deep is speculative fiction at it most highly developed. It reaffirms Sanderson’s place as one of contemporary fiction’s most intelligent—and unpredictable—voices.

    Legion: Skin Deep will feature a full-color dust jacket, and two full-page, full-color interior illustrations by Jon Foster.

    In addition, upon publication, everyone who has preordered Legion: Skin Deep direct from SubPress will receive a free copy of the ebook.

    Limited: 2500 numbered copies, bound in leather, signed by the author.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-09 19:56:40
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    You might want to get your hands on this when it comes out :)

    I really enjoyed the first novella as part of the last bundle I bought. If you can get it, give it a try and I'm pretty sure you'll want more just like I did.

    Reshared text:
    I’m pleased to present to you Jon Foster’s cover illustration for the second Legion novella, Legion: Skin Deep, coming later this year from Subterranean Press. http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep I think Mr. Foster did a fantastic job with this illustration, and I like it even better than his cover for Subterranean Press’s edition of the original Legion.

    If you haven’t read the original and aren’t familiar with the concept, I describe Legion as a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent. Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad. A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price. His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own.

    A good way to check out the first Legion is in the Cosmic SciFi StoryBundle that’s available for only the next 9 hours as of this posting. http://storybundle.com/scifi And there’s an excerpt here: http://www.tor.com/stories/2012/08/legion-excerpt

    Ever since I wrote the original Legion novella, readers have been asking when we’ll see more of Stephen Leeds’s adventures. And the answer is in just a few months. Stephen and his aspects are some of my favorite characters to write, so it was a joy to get back to them. And this time the adventure lasts twice as long—while the first novella was 18,000 words, this one is 36,000, longer than The Emperor’s Soul. It explores Stephen’s world in interesting new ways, and if you liked his first story at all you’re going to love this one. You can read a preview here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep/

    This book will also be released as an ebook and an audiobook, but the only version up for preorder at this time is Subterranean’s gorgeous limited edition. A special bonus for the limited edition readers is that you will also get the ebook version before anyone else.

    Description from Subterranean Press:

    Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, multi-volume epics (Mistborn, The Stormlight Archive) and his stellar continuation of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series have earned both critical acclaim and a substantial popular following. In Legion, a short, distinctly contemporary novella filled with suspense, humor, and an endless flow of invention, Sanderson revealed a startling new facet of his singular narrative talent. In the stunning sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, that talent is on full display.

    Stephen Leeds, AKA “Legion,” is a man whose unique mental condition allows him to generate a multitude of personae: hallucinatory entities with a wide variety of personal characteristics and a vast array of highly specialized skills. As the new story begins, Leeds and his “aspects” are hired by I3 (Innovative Information Incorporated) to recover a corpse stolen from the local morgue. But there’s a catch. The corpse is that of a pioneer in the field of experimental biotechnology, a man whose work concerned the use of the human body as a massive storage device. He may have embedded something in the cells of his now dead body. And that something might be dangerous . . .

    What follows is a visionary thriller about the potential uses of technology, the mysteries of the human personality, and the ancient human need to believe that death is not the end. Legion: Skin Deep is speculative fiction at it most highly developed. It reaffirms Sanderson’s place as one of contemporary fiction’s most intelligent—and unpredictable—voices.

    Legion: Skin Deep will feature a full-color dust jacket, and two full-page, full-color interior illustrations by Jon Foster.

    In addition, upon publication, everyone who has preordered Legion: Skin Deep direct from SubPress will receive a free copy of the ebook.

    Limited: 2500 numbered copies, bound in leather, signed by the author.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-09 19:56:40
    RESHARE:
    You might want to get your hands on this when it comes out :)

    I really enjoyed the first novella as part of the last bundle I bought. If you can get it, give it a try and I'm pretty sure you'll want more just like I did.

    Reshared text:
    I’m pleased to present to you Jon Foster’s cover illustration for the second Legion novella, Legion: Skin Deep, coming later this year from Subterranean Press. http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep I think Mr. Foster did a fantastic job with this illustration, and I like it even better than his cover for Subterranean Press’s edition of the original Legion.

    If you haven’t read the original and aren’t familiar with the concept, I describe Legion as a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent. Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad. A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price. His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own.

    A good way to check out the first Legion is in the Cosmic SciFi StoryBundle that’s available for only the next 9 hours as of this posting. http://storybundle.com/scifi And there’s an excerpt here: http://www.tor.com/stories/2012/08/legion-excerpt

    Ever since I wrote the original Legion novella, readers have been asking when we’ll see more of Stephen Leeds’s adventures. And the answer is in just a few months. Stephen and his aspects are some of my favorite characters to write, so it was a joy to get back to them. And this time the adventure lasts twice as long—while the first novella was 18,000 words, this one is 36,000, longer than The Emperor’s Soul. It explores Stephen’s world in interesting new ways, and if you liked his first story at all you’re going to love this one. You can read a preview here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep/

    This book will also be released as an ebook and an audiobook, but the only version up for preorder at this time is Subterranean’s gorgeous limited edition. A special bonus for the limited edition readers is that you will also get the ebook version before anyone else.

    Description from Subterranean Press:

    Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, multi-volume epics (Mistborn, The Stormlight Archive) and his stellar continuation of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series have earned both critical acclaim and a substantial popular following. In Legion, a short, distinctly contemporary novella filled with suspense, humor, and an endless flow of invention, Sanderson revealed a startling new facet of his singular narrative talent. In the stunning sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, that talent is on full display.

    Stephen Leeds, AKA “Legion,” is a man whose unique mental condition allows him to generate a multitude of personae: hallucinatory entities with a wide variety of personal characteristics and a vast array of highly specialized skills. As the new story begins, Leeds and his “aspects” are hired by I3 (Innovative Information Incorporated) to recover a corpse stolen from the local morgue. But there’s a catch. The corpse is that of a pioneer in the field of experimental biotechnology, a man whose work concerned the use of the human body as a massive storage device. He may have embedded something in the cells of his now dead body. And that something might be dangerous . . .

    What follows is a visionary thriller about the potential uses of technology, the mysteries of the human personality, and the ancient human need to believe that death is not the end. Legion: Skin Deep is speculative fiction at it most highly developed. It reaffirms Sanderson’s place as one of contemporary fiction’s most intelligent—and unpredictable—voices.

    Legion: Skin Deep will feature a full-color dust jacket, and two full-page, full-color interior illustrations by Jon Foster.

    In addition, upon publication, everyone who has preordered Legion: Skin Deep direct from SubPress will receive a free copy of the ebook.

    Limited: 2500 numbered copies, bound in leather, signed by the author.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-09 19:56:40
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    You might want to get your hands on this when it comes out :)

    I really enjoyed the first novella as part of the last bundle I bought. If you can get it, give it a try and I'm pretty sure you'll want more just like I did.

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    I’m pleased to present to you Jon Foster’s cover illustration for the second Legion novella, Legion: Skin Deep, coming later this year from Subterranean Press. http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep I think Mr. Foster did a fantastic job with this illustration, and I like it even better than his cover for Subterranean Press’s edition of the original Legion.

    If you haven’t read the original and aren’t familiar with the concept, I describe Legion as a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent. Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad. A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price. His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own.

    A good way to check out the first Legion is in the Cosmic SciFi StoryBundle that’s available for only the next 9 hours as of this posting. http://storybundle.com/scifi And there’s an excerpt here: http://www.tor.com/stories/2012/08/legion-excerpt

    Ever since I wrote the original Legion novella, readers have been asking when we’ll see more of Stephen Leeds’s adventures. And the answer is in just a few months. Stephen and his aspects are some of my favorite characters to write, so it was a joy to get back to them. And this time the adventure lasts twice as long—while the first novella was 18,000 words, this one is 36,000, longer than The Emperor’s Soul. It explores Stephen’s world in interesting new ways, and if you liked his first story at all you’re going to love this one. You can read a preview here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep/

    This book will also be released as an ebook and an audiobook, but the only version up for preorder at this time is Subterranean’s gorgeous limited edition. A special bonus for the limited edition readers is that you will also get the ebook version before anyone else.

    Description from Subterranean Press:

    Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, multi-volume epics (Mistborn, The Stormlight Archive) and his stellar continuation of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series have earned both critical acclaim and a substantial popular following. In Legion, a short, distinctly contemporary novella filled with suspense, humor, and an endless flow of invention, Sanderson revealed a startling new facet of his singular narrative talent. In the stunning sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, that talent is on full display.

    Stephen Leeds, AKA “Legion,” is a man whose unique mental condition allows him to generate a multitude of personae: hallucinatory entities with a wide variety of personal characteristics and a vast array of highly specialized skills. As the new story begins, Leeds and his “aspects” are hired by I3 (Innovative Information Incorporated) to recover a corpse stolen from the local morgue. But there’s a catch. The corpse is that of a pioneer in the field of experimental biotechnology, a man whose work concerned the use of the human body as a massive storage device. He may have embedded something in the cells of his now dead body. And that something might be dangerous . . .

    What follows is a visionary thriller about the potential uses of technology, the mysteries of the human personality, and the ancient human need to believe that death is not the end. Legion: Skin Deep is speculative fiction at it most highly developed. It reaffirms Sanderson’s place as one of contemporary fiction’s most intelligent—and unpredictable—voices.

    Legion: Skin Deep will feature a full-color dust jacket, and two full-page, full-color interior illustrations by Jon Foster.

    In addition, upon publication, everyone who has preordered Legion: Skin Deep direct from SubPress will receive a free copy of the ebook.

    Limited: 2500 numbered copies, bound in leather, signed by the author.
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 16:53:37
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    the new queen of scary baking

    I'm smitten, scared and hungry :)

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    I want tarantula cookies!
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 16:53:37
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    the new queen of scary baking

    I'm smitten, scared and hungry :)

    Reshared text:
    I want tarantula cookies!
  • 43 plusses - 10 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 16:53:37
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    the new queen of scary baking

    I'm smitten, scared and hungry :)

    Reshared text:
    I want tarantula cookies!
  • 43 plusses - 10 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 16:53:37
    RESHARE:
    the new queen of scary baking

    I'm smitten, scared and hungry :)

    Reshared text:
    I want tarantula cookies!
  • 43 plusses - 10 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 16:53:37
    RESHARE:
    the new queen of scary baking

    I'm smitten, scared and hungry :)

    Reshared text:
    I want tarantula cookies!
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 15:27:37
    Tim's Vermeer

    Johannes Vermeer was a Dutch Painter (1632 – December 1675) he was known for having worked slowly and with great care, using bright colours and sometimes expensive pigment... He is particularly renowned for his masterly treatment and use of light in his work

    Vermeer's work has always been unique, when compared to the works of contemporary artists and many theories have been formulated over the years to explain just how he was able to paint in a way, which is much more reminiscent of photography especially when it comes to the capture of light and contrast. 

    The 2013 documentary, Tim's Vermeer HD Trailer by Penn & Teller follows the journey of Jim Tenison inventor, founder and owner of NewTek (creators of Lightwave 3D). Jim, is no painter, nor is he a craftsman. But he wanted to  attempt to reproduce Vermeer's work, after having read a book by David Hockney. 

    This is a fascinating documentation which utterly captivated me and it does indeed offer, a very plausible explanation of just how Vermeer managed to create his art. Even more so, it explores the boundaries between technology and art, something still being an issue today. All too often, people using technology to create something, are seen as second rated. But when a non-painter, can create in incredible piece, all the while inventing, or possibly re-inventing a technique that enables almost everyone to create photorealistic paintings, is this not also, art? 

    Mentioned by the lovely +Libbie Lala earlier this week, this was well worth my time and I will surely continue to read up on this. I highly recommend this to anyone interesting in art, inventions and anyone interested in optics and painting. 

    Here are a few additional sources: 
    +Boing Boing article: http://goo.gl/uDnZHM
    official website: http://www.sonyclassics.com/timsvermeer
  • 45 plusses - 11 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 15:27:37
    Tim's Vermeer

    Johannes Vermeer was a Dutch Painter (1632 – December 1675) he was known for having worked slowly and with great care, using bright colours and sometimes expensive pigment... He is particularly renowned for his masterly treatment and use of light in his work

    Vermeer's work has always been unique, when compared to the works of contemporary artists and many theories have been formulated over the years to explain just how he was able to paint in a way, which is much more reminiscent of photography especially when it comes to the capture of light and contrast. 

    The 2013 documentary, Tim's Vermeer HD Trailer by Penn & Teller follows the journey of Jim Tenison inventor, founder and owner of NewTek (creators of Lightwave 3D). Jim, is no painter, nor is he a craftsman. But he wanted to  attempt to reproduce Vermeer's work, after having read a book by David Hockney. 

    This is a fascinating documentation which utterly captivated me and it does indeed offer, a very plausible explanation of just how Vermeer managed to create his art. Even more so, it explores the boundaries between technology and art, something still being an issue today. All too often, people using technology to create something, are seen as second rated. But when a non-painter, can create in incredible piece, all the while inventing, or possibly re-inventing a technique that enables almost everyone to create photorealistic paintings, is this not also, art? 

    Mentioned by the lovely +Libbie Lala earlier this week, this was well worth my time and I will surely continue to read up on this. I highly recommend this to anyone interesting in art, inventions and anyone interested in optics and painting. 

    Here are a few additional sources: 
    +Boing Boing article: http://goo.gl/uDnZHM
    official website: http://www.sonyclassics.com/timsvermeer
  • 45 plusses - 11 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 15:27:37
    Tim's Vermeer

    Johannes Vermeer was a Dutch Painter (1632 – December 1675) he was known for having worked slowly and with great care, using bright colours and sometimes expensive pigment... He is particularly renowned for his masterly treatment and use of light in his work

    Vermeer's work has always been unique, when compared to the works of contemporary artists and many theories have been formulated over the years to explain just how he was able to paint in a way, which is much more reminiscent of photography especially when it comes to the capture of light and contrast. 

    The 2013 documentary, Tim's Vermeer HD Trailer by Penn & Teller follows the journey of Jim Tenison inventor, founder and owner of NewTek (creators of Lightwave 3D). Jim, is no painter, nor is he a craftsman. But he wanted to  attempt to reproduce Vermeer's work, after having read a book by David Hockney. 

    This is a fascinating documentation which utterly captivated me and it does indeed offer, a very plausible explanation of just how Vermeer managed to create his art. Even more so, it explores the boundaries between technology and art, something still being an issue today. All too often, people using technology to create something, are seen as second rated. But when a non-painter, can create in incredible piece, all the while inventing, or possibly re-inventing a technique that enables almost everyone to create photorealistic paintings, is this not also, art? 

    Mentioned by the lovely +Libbie Lala earlier this week, this was well worth my time and I will surely continue to read up on this. I highly recommend this to anyone interesting in art, inventions and anyone interested in optics and painting. 

    Here are a few additional sources: 
    +Boing Boing article: http://goo.gl/uDnZHM
    official website: http://www.sonyclassics.com/timsvermeer
  • 45 plusses - 11 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 15:27:37
    Tim's Vermeer

    Johannes Vermeer was a Dutch Painter (1632 – December 1675) he was known for having worked slowly and with great care, using bright colours and sometimes expensive pigment... He is particularly renowned for his masterly treatment and use of light in his work

    Vermeer's work has always been unique, when compared to the works of contemporary artists and many theories have been formulated over the years to explain just how he was able to paint in a way, which is much more reminiscent of photography especially when it comes to the capture of light and contrast. 

    The 2013 documentary, Tim's Vermeer HD Trailer by Penn & Teller follows the journey of Jim Tenison inventor, founder and owner of NewTek (creators of Lightwave 3D). Jim, is no painter, nor is he a craftsman. But he wanted to  attempt to reproduce Vermeer's work, after having read a book by David Hockney. 

    This is a fascinating documentation which utterly captivated me and it does indeed offer, a very plausible explanation of just how Vermeer managed to create his art. Even more so, it explores the boundaries between technology and art, something still being an issue today. All too often, people using technology to create something, are seen as second rated. But when a non-painter, can create in incredible piece, all the while inventing, or possibly re-inventing a technique that enables almost everyone to create photorealistic paintings, is this not also, art? 

    Mentioned by the lovely +Libbie Lala earlier this week, this was well worth my time and I will surely continue to read up on this. I highly recommend this to anyone interesting in art, inventions and anyone interested in optics and painting. 

    Here are a few additional sources: 
    +Boing Boing article: http://goo.gl/uDnZHM
    official website: http://www.sonyclassics.com/timsvermeer
  • 45 plusses - 11 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 15:27:37
    Tim's Vermeer

    Johannes Vermeer was a Dutch Painter (1632 – December 1675) he was known for having worked slowly and with great care, using bright colours and sometimes expensive pigment... He is particularly renowned for his masterly treatment and use of light in his work

    Vermeer's work has always been unique, when compared to the works of contemporary artists and many theories have been formulated over the years to explain just how he was able to paint in a way, which is much more reminiscent of photography especially when it comes to the capture of light and contrast. 

    The 2013 documentary, Tim's Vermeer HD Trailer by Penn & Teller follows the journey of Jim Tenison inventor, founder and owner of NewTek (creators of Lightwave 3D). Jim, is no painter, nor is he a craftsman. But he wanted to  attempt to reproduce Vermeer's work, after having read a book by David Hockney. 

    This is a fascinating documentation which utterly captivated me and it does indeed offer, a very plausible explanation of just how Vermeer managed to create his art. Even more so, it explores the boundaries between technology and art, something still being an issue today. All too often, people using technology to create something, are seen as second rated. But when a non-painter, can create in incredible piece, all the while inventing, or possibly re-inventing a technique that enables almost everyone to create photorealistic paintings, is this not also, art? 

    Mentioned by the lovely +Libbie Lala earlier this week, this was well worth my time and I will surely continue to read up on this. I highly recommend this to anyone interesting in art, inventions and anyone interested in optics and painting. 

    Here are a few additional sources: 
    +Boing Boing article: http://goo.gl/uDnZHM
    official website: http://www.sonyclassics.com/timsvermeer
  • 45 plusses - 11 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 14:51:58
    American God's now maybe on Starz

    Remember when HBO said they weren't going to move forward with American Gods by +Neil Gaiman  ? http://goo.gl/2hO5Tb

    Well, it seems that +Starz Media  has picked up the project. Excited yet? I can do one better; showrunner will Bryan Fuller the man behind Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies and, most recently Hannibal

    Quote:
    The premium cable network and writer-producers Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (The River, Heroes) have boarded FremantleMedia North America's adaptation of Gaiman's urban fantasy novel American Gods. Starz has handed out a script-to-series commitment to the project, with Fuller and Green attached to serve as showrunners and exec produce

    Source: http://goo.gl/3Qh4zi
    www.hollywoodreporter.com

    Let's hope they can tackle this ambitious project! 

    #americangods   #neilgaiman  
  • 29 plusses - 23 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 14:51:58
    American God's now maybe on Starz

    Remember when HBO said they weren't going to move forward with American Gods by +Neil Gaiman  ? http://goo.gl/2hO5Tb

    Well, it seems that +Starz Media  has picked up the project. Excited yet? I can do one better; showrunner will Bryan Fuller the man behind Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies and, most recently Hannibal

    Quote:
    The premium cable network and writer-producers Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (The River, Heroes) have boarded FremantleMedia North America's adaptation of Gaiman's urban fantasy novel American Gods. Starz has handed out a script-to-series commitment to the project, with Fuller and Green attached to serve as showrunners and exec produce

    Source: http://goo.gl/3Qh4zi
    www.hollywoodreporter.com

    Let's hope they can tackle this ambitious project! 

    #americangods   #neilgaiman  
  • 29 plusses - 23 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 14:51:58
    American God's now maybe on Starz

    Remember when HBO said they weren't going to move forward with American Gods by +Neil Gaiman  ? http://goo.gl/2hO5Tb

    Well, it seems that +Starz Media  has picked up the project. Excited yet? I can do one better; showrunner will Bryan Fuller the man behind Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies and, most recently Hannibal

    Quote:
    The premium cable network and writer-producers Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (The River, Heroes) have boarded FremantleMedia North America's adaptation of Gaiman's urban fantasy novel American Gods. Starz has handed out a script-to-series commitment to the project, with Fuller and Green attached to serve as showrunners and exec produce

    Source: http://goo.gl/3Qh4zi
    www.hollywoodreporter.com

    Let's hope they can tackle this ambitious project! 

    #americangods   #neilgaiman  
  • 29 plusses - 23 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 14:51:58
    American God's now maybe on Starz

    Remember when HBO said they weren't going to move forward with American Gods by +Neil Gaiman  ? http://goo.gl/2hO5Tb

    Well, it seems that +Starz Media  has picked up the project. Excited yet? I can do one better; showrunner will Bryan Fuller the man behind Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies and, most recently Hannibal

    Quote:
    The premium cable network and writer-producers Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (The River, Heroes) have boarded FremantleMedia North America's adaptation of Gaiman's urban fantasy novel American Gods. Starz has handed out a script-to-series commitment to the project, with Fuller and Green attached to serve as showrunners and exec produce

    Source: http://goo.gl/3Qh4zi
    www.hollywoodreporter.com

    Let's hope they can tackle this ambitious project! 

    #americangods   #neilgaiman  
  • 29 plusses - 23 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-05 14:51:58
    American God's now maybe on Starz

    Remember when HBO said they weren't going to move forward with American Gods by +Neil Gaiman  ? http://goo.gl/2hO5Tb

    Well, it seems that +Starz Media  has picked up the project. Excited yet? I can do one better; showrunner will Bryan Fuller the man behind Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies and, most recently Hannibal

    Quote:
    The premium cable network and writer-producers Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (The River, Heroes) have boarded FremantleMedia North America's adaptation of Gaiman's urban fantasy novel American Gods. Starz has handed out a script-to-series commitment to the project, with Fuller and Green attached to serve as showrunners and exec produce

    Source: http://goo.gl/3Qh4zi
    www.hollywoodreporter.com

    Let's hope they can tackle this ambitious project! 

    #americangods   #neilgaiman  
  • 29 plusses - 23 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 11:33:48
    This man just blew my mind!

    Okay let me rephrase that, his impression are spot on! Keep listening :)
  • 162 plusses - 79 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 11:33:48
    This man just blew my mind!

    Okay let me rephrase that, his impression are spot on! Keep listening :)
  • 162 plusses - 79 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 11:33:48
    This man just blew my mind!

    Okay let me rephrase that, his impression are spot on! Keep listening :)
  • 162 plusses - 79 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 11:33:48
    This man just blew my mind!

    Okay let me rephrase that, his impression are spot on! Keep listening :)
  • 162 plusses - 79 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 11:33:48
    This man just blew my mind!

    Okay let me rephrase that, his impression are spot on! Keep listening :)
  • 162 plusses - 79 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 05:37:25
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    Looking for fresh urban fantasy?

    Go give +R.J. Blain's book a try, also look at her other books. Fun, engaging and set in a well realised world with many things to come :)

    Reshared text:
    I put Inquisitor on sale for $2.99 (normally $5.99) until July 18th. Yes, it is primarily in the hopes of boosting sales to help pay for my various financial misfortunes, plus I'm trying a promotional something-or-other sometime between now and the 18th.

    So, if you like murder mysteries, thrillers, horror, or urban fantasy, please consider reading the sample and giving the book a try! Know someone who enjoys these things? Pass it on to them. I'm a novelist, and instead of asking for charity, what I'd like most in life right now (besides a finished basement, a functional pool, the electric box repaired, and efficient and functional air conditioning) is breaking out as a novelist! Inquisitor is the book most of my readers like best, although I have written two other novels.

    About the book!

    When Allison is asked to play Cinderella-turned-Fianceé at a Halloween ball, the last thing she expected was to be accused of murder on the same night. She has to find the killer or she'll be put to death for the crimes she didn't commit. To make matters worse, the victims are all werewolves. 

    On the short list of potential victims, Allison has to act fast, or the killer will have one more body to add to his little black book of corpses. 

    There's only one problem: One of the deaths has struck too close to home, and Allison's desire for self-preservation may transform into a quest for vengeance...

    Reviewers have a lot of nice things to say about the book! You can check out their comments via the link.

    If you own an epub reader, the book will be available for you all in August! (Sorry, I'm ethical and things, and I don't feel comfortable violating the exclusivity agreement I'm currently under.) That said, if you want it in epub and you have bought a copy on Amazon, contact me. I have reviewer copies in epub and pdf available.

    Thanks so much. :3

    Already bought the book? Here's how you can help:

    1: Wishlist the other version of the book on amazon. Have the paperback? Wishlist the ebook!

    2: Share this post with your friends and people you think would enjoy this book. It crosses over a lot of genres, including horror, urban fantasy, mystery, thriller, and action adventure.

    3: Read it and loved the book? Please write a review on amazon. This helps other people decide if the book might be right for them. I know writing reviews is hard, but they're really helpful! It doesn't have to be a very long review, just a short blurb about what you loved about the book. :)

    Once again, thank you!
  • 12 plusses - 8 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 05:37:25
    RESHARE:
    Looking for fresh urban fantasy?

    Go give +R.J. Blain's book a try, also look at her other books. Fun, engaging and set in a well realised world with many things to come :)

    Reshared text:
    I put Inquisitor on sale for $2.99 (normally $5.99) until July 18th. Yes, it is primarily in the hopes of boosting sales to help pay for my various financial misfortunes, plus I'm trying a promotional something-or-other sometime between now and the 18th.

    So, if you like murder mysteries, thrillers, horror, or urban fantasy, please consider reading the sample and giving the book a try! Know someone who enjoys these things? Pass it on to them. I'm a novelist, and instead of asking for charity, what I'd like most in life right now (besides a finished basement, a functional pool, the electric box repaired, and efficient and functional air conditioning) is breaking out as a novelist! Inquisitor is the book most of my readers like best, although I have written two other novels.

    About the book!

    When Allison is asked to play Cinderella-turned-Fianceé at a Halloween ball, the last thing she expected was to be accused of murder on the same night. She has to find the killer or she'll be put to death for the crimes she didn't commit. To make matters worse, the victims are all werewolves. 

    On the short list of potential victims, Allison has to act fast, or the killer will have one more body to add to his little black book of corpses. 

    There's only one problem: One of the deaths has struck too close to home, and Allison's desire for self-preservation may transform into a quest for vengeance...

    Reviewers have a lot of nice things to say about the book! You can check out their comments via the link.

    If you own an epub reader, the book will be available for you all in August! (Sorry, I'm ethical and things, and I don't feel comfortable violating the exclusivity agreement I'm currently under.) That said, if you want it in epub and you have bought a copy on Amazon, contact me. I have reviewer copies in epub and pdf available.

    Thanks so much. :3

    Already bought the book? Here's how you can help:

    1: Wishlist the other version of the book on amazon. Have the paperback? Wishlist the ebook!

    2: Share this post with your friends and people you think would enjoy this book. It crosses over a lot of genres, including horror, urban fantasy, mystery, thriller, and action adventure.

    3: Read it and loved the book? Please write a review on amazon. This helps other people decide if the book might be right for them. I know writing reviews is hard, but they're really helpful! It doesn't have to be a very long review, just a short blurb about what you loved about the book. :)

    Once again, thank you!
  • 12 plusses - 8 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 05:37:25
    RESHARE:
    Looking for fresh urban fantasy?

    Go give +R.J. Blain's book a try, also look at her other books. Fun, engaging and set in a well realised world with many things to come :)

    Reshared text:
    I put Inquisitor on sale for $2.99 (normally $5.99) until July 18th. Yes, it is primarily in the hopes of boosting sales to help pay for my various financial misfortunes, plus I'm trying a promotional something-or-other sometime between now and the 18th.

    So, if you like murder mysteries, thrillers, horror, or urban fantasy, please consider reading the sample and giving the book a try! Know someone who enjoys these things? Pass it on to them. I'm a novelist, and instead of asking for charity, what I'd like most in life right now (besides a finished basement, a functional pool, the electric box repaired, and efficient and functional air conditioning) is breaking out as a novelist! Inquisitor is the book most of my readers like best, although I have written two other novels.

    About the book!

    When Allison is asked to play Cinderella-turned-Fianceé at a Halloween ball, the last thing she expected was to be accused of murder on the same night. She has to find the killer or she'll be put to death for the crimes she didn't commit. To make matters worse, the victims are all werewolves. 

    On the short list of potential victims, Allison has to act fast, or the killer will have one more body to add to his little black book of corpses. 

    There's only one problem: One of the deaths has struck too close to home, and Allison's desire for self-preservation may transform into a quest for vengeance...

    Reviewers have a lot of nice things to say about the book! You can check out their comments via the link.

    If you own an epub reader, the book will be available for you all in August! (Sorry, I'm ethical and things, and I don't feel comfortable violating the exclusivity agreement I'm currently under.) That said, if you want it in epub and you have bought a copy on Amazon, contact me. I have reviewer copies in epub and pdf available.

    Thanks so much. :3

    Already bought the book? Here's how you can help:

    1: Wishlist the other version of the book on amazon. Have the paperback? Wishlist the ebook!

    2: Share this post with your friends and people you think would enjoy this book. It crosses over a lot of genres, including horror, urban fantasy, mystery, thriller, and action adventure.

    3: Read it and loved the book? Please write a review on amazon. This helps other people decide if the book might be right for them. I know writing reviews is hard, but they're really helpful! It doesn't have to be a very long review, just a short blurb about what you loved about the book. :)

    Once again, thank you!
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 05:37:25
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    Looking for fresh urban fantasy?

    Go give +R.J. Blain's book a try, also look at her other books. Fun, engaging and set in a well realised world with many things to come :)

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    I put Inquisitor on sale for $2.99 (normally $5.99) until July 18th. Yes, it is primarily in the hopes of boosting sales to help pay for my various financial misfortunes, plus I'm trying a promotional something-or-other sometime between now and the 18th.

    So, if you like murder mysteries, thrillers, horror, or urban fantasy, please consider reading the sample and giving the book a try! Know someone who enjoys these things? Pass it on to them. I'm a novelist, and instead of asking for charity, what I'd like most in life right now (besides a finished basement, a functional pool, the electric box repaired, and efficient and functional air conditioning) is breaking out as a novelist! Inquisitor is the book most of my readers like best, although I have written two other novels.

    About the book!

    When Allison is asked to play Cinderella-turned-Fianceé at a Halloween ball, the last thing she expected was to be accused of murder on the same night. She has to find the killer or she'll be put to death for the crimes she didn't commit. To make matters worse, the victims are all werewolves. 

    On the short list of potential victims, Allison has to act fast, or the killer will have one more body to add to his little black book of corpses. 

    There's only one problem: One of the deaths has struck too close to home, and Allison's desire for self-preservation may transform into a quest for vengeance...

    Reviewers have a lot of nice things to say about the book! You can check out their comments via the link.

    If you own an epub reader, the book will be available for you all in August! (Sorry, I'm ethical and things, and I don't feel comfortable violating the exclusivity agreement I'm currently under.) That said, if you want it in epub and you have bought a copy on Amazon, contact me. I have reviewer copies in epub and pdf available.

    Thanks so much. :3

    Already bought the book? Here's how you can help:

    1: Wishlist the other version of the book on amazon. Have the paperback? Wishlist the ebook!

    2: Share this post with your friends and people you think would enjoy this book. It crosses over a lot of genres, including horror, urban fantasy, mystery, thriller, and action adventure.

    3: Read it and loved the book? Please write a review on amazon. This helps other people decide if the book might be right for them. I know writing reviews is hard, but they're really helpful! It doesn't have to be a very long review, just a short blurb about what you loved about the book. :)

    Once again, thank you!
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-02 05:37:25
    RESHARE:
    Looking for fresh urban fantasy?

    Go give +R.J. Blain's book a try, also look at her other books. Fun, engaging and set in a well realised world with many things to come :)

    Reshared text:
    I put Inquisitor on sale for $2.99 (normally $5.99) until July 18th. Yes, it is primarily in the hopes of boosting sales to help pay for my various financial misfortunes, plus I'm trying a promotional something-or-other sometime between now and the 18th.

    So, if you like murder mysteries, thrillers, horror, or urban fantasy, please consider reading the sample and giving the book a try! Know someone who enjoys these things? Pass it on to them. I'm a novelist, and instead of asking for charity, what I'd like most in life right now (besides a finished basement, a functional pool, the electric box repaired, and efficient and functional air conditioning) is breaking out as a novelist! Inquisitor is the book most of my readers like best, although I have written two other novels.

    About the book!

    When Allison is asked to play Cinderella-turned-Fianceé at a Halloween ball, the last thing she expected was to be accused of murder on the same night. She has to find the killer or she'll be put to death for the crimes she didn't commit. To make matters worse, the victims are all werewolves. 

    On the short list of potential victims, Allison has to act fast, or the killer will have one more body to add to his little black book of corpses. 

    There's only one problem: One of the deaths has struck too close to home, and Allison's desire for self-preservation may transform into a quest for vengeance...

    Reviewers have a lot of nice things to say about the book! You can check out their comments via the link.

    If you own an epub reader, the book will be available for you all in August! (Sorry, I'm ethical and things, and I don't feel comfortable violating the exclusivity agreement I'm currently under.) That said, if you want it in epub and you have bought a copy on Amazon, contact me. I have reviewer copies in epub and pdf available.

    Thanks so much. :3

    Already bought the book? Here's how you can help:

    1: Wishlist the other version of the book on amazon. Have the paperback? Wishlist the ebook!

    2: Share this post with your friends and people you think would enjoy this book. It crosses over a lot of genres, including horror, urban fantasy, mystery, thriller, and action adventure.

    3: Read it and loved the book? Please write a review on amazon. This helps other people decide if the book might be right for them. I know writing reviews is hard, but they're really helpful! It doesn't have to be a very long review, just a short blurb about what you loved about the book. :)

    Once again, thank you!
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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-01 06:17:00
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    Things to look for

    Have a great day everyone :)

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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-01 06:17:00
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    Have a great day everyone :)

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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-01 06:17:00
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    Things to look for

    Have a great day everyone :)

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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-01 06:17:00
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    Things to look for

    Have a great day everyone :)

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  • Dirk Reul2014-07-01 06:17:00
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    Have a great day everyone :)

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-28 08:09:58
    G+ UI design change coming?

    The top layer UI element containing the app selector, notification bell and your profile link, all of a sudden disappears the second you scroll down in your stream. 

    Essentially, I can no longer see the notification bell when I am not manually going to the top of my screen.  All the remains on the visible second layer, are the buttons for Hangouts and the incredibly helpful people button I have never used once and never will. 

    Tested in Chrome, Firefox and Opera latest versions. Extensions have been disabled for testing purposes and cache cleared. No change in behaviour. 

    Does anyone else see this? 

    #googleui  
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-28 08:09:58
    G+ UI design change coming?

    The top layer UI element containing the app selector, notification bell and your profile link, all of a sudden disappears the second you scroll down in your stream. 

    Essentially, I can no longer see the notification bell when I am not manually going to the top of my screen.  All the remains on the visible second layer, are the buttons for Hangouts and the incredibly helpful people button I have never used once and never will. 

    Tested in Chrome, Firefox and Opera latest versions. Extensions have been disabled for testing purposes and cache cleared. No change in behaviour. 

    Does anyone else see this? 

    #googleui  
  • 32 plusses - 131 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-28 08:09:58
    G+ UI design change coming?

    The top layer UI element containing the app selector, notification bell and your profile link, all of a sudden disappears the second you scroll down in your stream. 

    Essentially, I can no longer see the notification bell when I am not manually going to the top of my screen.  All the remains on the visible second layer, are the buttons for Hangouts and the incredibly helpful people button I have never used once and never will. 

    Tested in Chrome, Firefox and Opera latest versions. Extensions have been disabled for testing purposes and cache cleared. No change in behaviour. 

    Does anyone else see this? 

    #googleui  
  • 32 plusses - 131 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-28 08:09:58
    G+ UI design change coming?

    The top layer UI element containing the app selector, notification bell and your profile link, all of a sudden disappears the second you scroll down in your stream. 

    Essentially, I can no longer see the notification bell when I am not manually going to the top of my screen.  All the remains on the visible second layer, are the buttons for Hangouts and the incredibly helpful people button I have never used once and never will. 

    Tested in Chrome, Firefox and Opera latest versions. Extensions have been disabled for testing purposes and cache cleared. No change in behaviour. 

    Does anyone else see this? 

    #googleui  
  • 32 plusses - 131 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-28 08:09:58
    G+ UI design change coming?

    The top layer UI element containing the app selector, notification bell and your profile link, all of a sudden disappears the second you scroll down in your stream. 

    Essentially, I can no longer see the notification bell when I am not manually going to the top of my screen.  All the remains on the visible second layer, are the buttons for Hangouts and the incredibly helpful people button I have never used once and never will. 

    Tested in Chrome, Firefox and Opera latest versions. Extensions have been disabled for testing purposes and cache cleared. No change in behaviour. 

    Does anyone else see this? 

    #googleui  
  • 32 plusses - 131 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-27 11:40:51
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    This

    Once we consider same sex relationships, love, etc as being normal.;  then we have reached our goal. Now let us keep it up and make it happen everywhere. 

    Happy Friday everyone :)  

    via +Wolf Weber 

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-27 11:40:51
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    This

    Once we consider same sex relationships, love, etc as being normal.;  then we have reached our goal. Now let us keep it up and make it happen everywhere. 

    Happy Friday everyone :)  

    via +Wolf Weber 

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-27 11:40:51
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    This

    Once we consider same sex relationships, love, etc as being normal.;  then we have reached our goal. Now let us keep it up and make it happen everywhere. 

    Happy Friday everyone :)  

    via +Wolf Weber 

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-27 11:40:51
    RESHARE:
    This

    Once we consider same sex relationships, love, etc as being normal.;  then we have reached our goal. Now let us keep it up and make it happen everywhere. 

    Happy Friday everyone :)  

    via +Wolf Weber 

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-27 11:40:51
    RESHARE:
    This

    Once we consider same sex relationships, love, etc as being normal.;  then we have reached our goal. Now let us keep it up and make it happen everywhere. 

    Happy Friday everyone :)  

    via +Wolf Weber 

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-25 13:02:11
    The Strain - series, debut in 18 days

    In case any of you missed this one, the books by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, will debut on FX in 18 days. 

    The Strain tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team are called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. As the strain spreads, Eph, his team, and an assembly of everyday New Yorkers, wage war for the fate of humanity itself

    I enjoyed the books, and will most certainly watch the show :) 

    that is at some point when I have caught up with all the other things I want to do, don't judge me
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-25 13:02:11
    The Strain - series, debut in 18 days

    In case any of you missed this one, the books by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, will debut on FX in 18 days. 

    The Strain tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team are called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. As the strain spreads, Eph, his team, and an assembly of everyday New Yorkers, wage war for the fate of humanity itself

    I enjoyed the books, and will most certainly watch the show :) 

    that is at some point when I have caught up with all the other things I want to do, don't judge me
  • 33 plusses - 28 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-25 13:02:11
    The Strain - series, debut in 18 days

    In case any of you missed this one, the books by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, will debut on FX in 18 days. 

    The Strain tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team are called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. As the strain spreads, Eph, his team, and an assembly of everyday New Yorkers, wage war for the fate of humanity itself

    I enjoyed the books, and will most certainly watch the show :) 

    that is at some point when I have caught up with all the other things I want to do, don't judge me
  • 33 plusses - 28 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-25 13:02:11
    The Strain - series, debut in 18 days

    In case any of you missed this one, the books by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, will debut on FX in 18 days. 

    The Strain tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team are called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. As the strain spreads, Eph, his team, and an assembly of everyday New Yorkers, wage war for the fate of humanity itself

    I enjoyed the books, and will most certainly watch the show :) 

    that is at some point when I have caught up with all the other things I want to do, don't judge me
  • 33 plusses - 28 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-25 13:02:11
    The Strain - series, debut in 18 days

    In case any of you missed this one, the books by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, will debut on FX in 18 days. 

    The Strain tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team are called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. As the strain spreads, Eph, his team, and an assembly of everyday New Yorkers, wage war for the fate of humanity itself

    I enjoyed the books, and will most certainly watch the show :) 

    that is at some point when I have caught up with all the other things I want to do, don't judge me
  • 33 plusses - 28 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-24 19:55:26
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    Just look at Aaron's art, want some?

    Well this is your chance, buy something and help him out 

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    Winding up in the hospital for a week cost me a a slice of income for my business since I missed having my table at PortConMaine last weekend.

    If people could share a link to my Etsy shop today, maybe I can make up some of the lost money I missed out on from not attending the con.

    I really appreciate it! www.etsy.com/shop/justonescarf
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-24 19:55:26
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    Just look at Aaron's art, want some?

    Well this is your chance, buy something and help him out 

    Reshared text:
    Winding up in the hospital for a week cost me a a slice of income for my business since I missed having my table at PortConMaine last weekend.

    If people could share a link to my Etsy shop today, maybe I can make up some of the lost money I missed out on from not attending the con.

    I really appreciate it! www.etsy.com/shop/justonescarf
  • 27 plusses - 1 comments - 5 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-24 19:55:26
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    Just look at Aaron's art, want some?

    Well this is your chance, buy something and help him out 

    Reshared text:
    Winding up in the hospital for a week cost me a a slice of income for my business since I missed having my table at PortConMaine last weekend.

    If people could share a link to my Etsy shop today, maybe I can make up some of the lost money I missed out on from not attending the con.

    I really appreciate it! www.etsy.com/shop/justonescarf
  • 27 plusses - 1 comments - 5 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-24 19:55:26
    RESHARE:
    Just look at Aaron's art, want some?

    Well this is your chance, buy something and help him out 

    Reshared text:
    Winding up in the hospital for a week cost me a a slice of income for my business since I missed having my table at PortConMaine last weekend.

    If people could share a link to my Etsy shop today, maybe I can make up some of the lost money I missed out on from not attending the con.

    I really appreciate it! www.etsy.com/shop/justonescarf
  • 27 plusses - 1 comments - 5 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-24 19:55:26
    RESHARE:
    Just look at Aaron's art, want some?

    Well this is your chance, buy something and help him out 

    Reshared text:
    Winding up in the hospital for a week cost me a a slice of income for my business since I missed having my table at PortConMaine last weekend.

    If people could share a link to my Etsy shop today, maybe I can make up some of the lost money I missed out on from not attending the con.

    I really appreciate it! www.etsy.com/shop/justonescarf
  • 27 plusses - 1 comments - 5 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-23 10:28:42
    Streetart with Google

    This is pretty amazing, go check it out :)

    https://streetart.withgoogle.com/en/#home
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-23 10:28:42
    Streetart with Google

    This is pretty amazing, go check it out :)

    https://streetart.withgoogle.com/en/#home
  • 50 plusses - 6 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-23 10:28:42
    Streetart with Google

    This is pretty amazing, go check it out :)

    https://streetart.withgoogle.com/en/#home
  • 50 plusses - 6 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-23 10:28:42
    Streetart with Google

    This is pretty amazing, go check it out :)

    https://streetart.withgoogle.com/en/#home
  • 50 plusses - 6 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-23 10:28:42
    Streetart with Google

    This is pretty amazing, go check it out :)

    https://streetart.withgoogle.com/en/#home
  • 50 plusses - 6 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 18:00:53
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    He does a great job at the voices from GoT :)

    Via +Casey McKinnon

    PS: watch out for Oberyn

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 18:00:53
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    He does a great job at the voices from GoT :)

    Via +Casey McKinnon

    PS: watch out for Oberyn

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 18:00:53
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    He does a great job at the voices from GoT :)

    Via +Casey McKinnon

    PS: watch out for Oberyn

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 18:00:53
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    He does a great job at the voices from GoT :)

    Via +Casey McKinnon

    PS: watch out for Oberyn

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 18:00:53
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    He does a great job at the voices from GoT :)

    Via +Casey McKinnon

    PS: watch out for Oberyn

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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 09:19:22
    Sunday morning walk

    for some reason, I got up at 6 am and went for a walk of about one hour, I took my camera and looked for sights to capture. I will have to do much more exploring in the future it seems :) 

    Have a great Sunday everyone! 
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 09:19:22
    Sunday morning walk

    for some reason, I got up at 6 am and went for a walk of about one hour, I took my camera and looked for sights to capture. I will have to do much more exploring in the future it seems :) 

    Have a great Sunday everyone! 
  • 74 plusses - 49 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 09:19:22
    Sunday morning walk

    for some reason, I got up at 6 am and went for a walk of about one hour, I took my camera and looked for sights to capture. I will have to do much more exploring in the future it seems :) 

    Have a great Sunday everyone! 
  • 74 plusses - 49 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 09:19:22
    Sunday morning walk

    for some reason, I got up at 6 am and went for a walk of about one hour, I took my camera and looked for sights to capture. I will have to do much more exploring in the future it seems :) 

    Have a great Sunday everyone! 
  • 74 plusses - 49 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-22 09:19:22
    Sunday morning walk

    for some reason, I got up at 6 am and went for a walk of about one hour, I took my camera and looked for sights to capture. I will have to do much more exploring in the future it seems :) 

    Have a great Sunday everyone! 
  • 74 plusses - 49 comments - 2 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 18:47:05
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    Well then, let me just go over there. It's not like I don't have enough books already, right?

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    LEGION Available Now in DRM-free StoryBundle

    A couple months ago my novella The Emperor’s Soul was available as part of a fantasy-themed DRM-free ebook bundle from Storybundle. A lot of readers enjoyed getting the book that way, so now I’m repeating the experiment with my thriller novella Legion, available for the next three weeks along with eight other books in the Cosmic SF StoryBundle. http://storybundle.com/scifi

    Later this year Subterranean Press will be releasing a limited edition hardcover of Legion‘s sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, which you can preorder here: http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep and read a preview of here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep If you haven’t read the original Legion, this new bundle is a great way to whet your appetite and get ready for the sequel.

    ------------

    Legion is a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent.

    Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad.

    A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price.

    His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own. When a company hires him to recover stolen property—a camera that can allegedly take pictures of the past—Stephen finds himself in an adventure crossing oceans and fighting terrorists. What he discovers may upend the foundation of three major world religions—and, perhaps, give him a vital clue into the true nature of his aspects.

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    Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye. Frank Herbert. Jay Lake and Ken Scholes. Michael A. Stackpole. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Mike Resnick. Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason. Peter J. Wacks. This is a great group of authors to be included with. You can name the price you want to pay for the bundle. Anything above $3 gets you six of the books, and anything above $12 gets you all nine books, including Legion.

    I do have to note that while this StoryBundle is available worldwide, my novella Legion is not included if you’re in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, or another of the countries where Gollancz has the distribution rights. If you’re in those countries you can still buy the bundle without Legion, and the threshold price to get the remaining eight books is reduced to $11 instead of $12. So while my novella won’t be included, you still get some great books. (Legion can be purchased separately from your usual ebook vendors—I have a list of buy links here: http://brandonsanderson.com/books/legion/legion If you’re in one of the other UK-related publishing territories such as Malta or South Africa, use the Ireland or New Zealand links—those will also work in your country.)

    You can pick the split for what percentage of your StoryBundle purchase price goes to the authors and what percentage goes to StoryBundle. (For comparison, other ebook distributors such as Amazon take 30%.) You can also choose to have a portion of your StoryBundle purchase go to charity. The charity for this particular bundle is the Clayton Memorial Medical Fund, the preferred charity chosen by Jay Lake before he passed away on June 1st after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. (For those who are interested in donating to the charity without getting the bundle, there’s info on that here: http://www.jlake.com/2014/06/01/) Buy the DRM-free ebook bundle here: http://storybundle.com/scifi
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 18:47:05
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    Well then, let me just go over there. It's not like I don't have enough books already, right?

    Reshared text:
    LEGION Available Now in DRM-free StoryBundle

    A couple months ago my novella The Emperor’s Soul was available as part of a fantasy-themed DRM-free ebook bundle from Storybundle. A lot of readers enjoyed getting the book that way, so now I’m repeating the experiment with my thriller novella Legion, available for the next three weeks along with eight other books in the Cosmic SF StoryBundle. http://storybundle.com/scifi

    Later this year Subterranean Press will be releasing a limited edition hardcover of Legion‘s sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, which you can preorder here: http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep and read a preview of here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep If you haven’t read the original Legion, this new bundle is a great way to whet your appetite and get ready for the sequel.

    ------------

    Legion is a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent.

    Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad.

    A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price.

    His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own. When a company hires him to recover stolen property—a camera that can allegedly take pictures of the past—Stephen finds himself in an adventure crossing oceans and fighting terrorists. What he discovers may upend the foundation of three major world religions—and, perhaps, give him a vital clue into the true nature of his aspects.

    ------------

    Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye. Frank Herbert. Jay Lake and Ken Scholes. Michael A. Stackpole. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Mike Resnick. Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason. Peter J. Wacks. This is a great group of authors to be included with. You can name the price you want to pay for the bundle. Anything above $3 gets you six of the books, and anything above $12 gets you all nine books, including Legion.

    I do have to note that while this StoryBundle is available worldwide, my novella Legion is not included if you’re in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, or another of the countries where Gollancz has the distribution rights. If you’re in those countries you can still buy the bundle without Legion, and the threshold price to get the remaining eight books is reduced to $11 instead of $12. So while my novella won’t be included, you still get some great books. (Legion can be purchased separately from your usual ebook vendors—I have a list of buy links here: http://brandonsanderson.com/books/legion/legion If you’re in one of the other UK-related publishing territories such as Malta or South Africa, use the Ireland or New Zealand links—those will also work in your country.)

    You can pick the split for what percentage of your StoryBundle purchase price goes to the authors and what percentage goes to StoryBundle. (For comparison, other ebook distributors such as Amazon take 30%.) You can also choose to have a portion of your StoryBundle purchase go to charity. The charity for this particular bundle is the Clayton Memorial Medical Fund, the preferred charity chosen by Jay Lake before he passed away on June 1st after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. (For those who are interested in donating to the charity without getting the bundle, there’s info on that here: http://www.jlake.com/2014/06/01/) Buy the DRM-free ebook bundle here: http://storybundle.com/scifi
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 18:47:05
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    LEGION Available Now in DRM-free StoryBundle

    A couple months ago my novella The Emperor’s Soul was available as part of a fantasy-themed DRM-free ebook bundle from Storybundle. A lot of readers enjoyed getting the book that way, so now I’m repeating the experiment with my thriller novella Legion, available for the next three weeks along with eight other books in the Cosmic SF StoryBundle. http://storybundle.com/scifi

    Later this year Subterranean Press will be releasing a limited edition hardcover of Legion‘s sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, which you can preorder here: http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep and read a preview of here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep If you haven’t read the original Legion, this new bundle is a great way to whet your appetite and get ready for the sequel.

    ------------

    Legion is a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent.

    Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad.

    A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price.

    His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own. When a company hires him to recover stolen property—a camera that can allegedly take pictures of the past—Stephen finds himself in an adventure crossing oceans and fighting terrorists. What he discovers may upend the foundation of three major world religions—and, perhaps, give him a vital clue into the true nature of his aspects.

    ------------

    Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye. Frank Herbert. Jay Lake and Ken Scholes. Michael A. Stackpole. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Mike Resnick. Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason. Peter J. Wacks. This is a great group of authors to be included with. You can name the price you want to pay for the bundle. Anything above $3 gets you six of the books, and anything above $12 gets you all nine books, including Legion.

    I do have to note that while this StoryBundle is available worldwide, my novella Legion is not included if you’re in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, or another of the countries where Gollancz has the distribution rights. If you’re in those countries you can still buy the bundle without Legion, and the threshold price to get the remaining eight books is reduced to $11 instead of $12. So while my novella won’t be included, you still get some great books. (Legion can be purchased separately from your usual ebook vendors—I have a list of buy links here: http://brandonsanderson.com/books/legion/legion If you’re in one of the other UK-related publishing territories such as Malta or South Africa, use the Ireland or New Zealand links—those will also work in your country.)

    You can pick the split for what percentage of your StoryBundle purchase price goes to the authors and what percentage goes to StoryBundle. (For comparison, other ebook distributors such as Amazon take 30%.) You can also choose to have a portion of your StoryBundle purchase go to charity. The charity for this particular bundle is the Clayton Memorial Medical Fund, the preferred charity chosen by Jay Lake before he passed away on June 1st after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. (For those who are interested in donating to the charity without getting the bundle, there’s info on that here: http://www.jlake.com/2014/06/01/) Buy the DRM-free ebook bundle here: http://storybundle.com/scifi
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 18:47:05
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    Well then, let me just go over there. It's not like I don't have enough books already, right?

    Reshared text:
    LEGION Available Now in DRM-free StoryBundle

    A couple months ago my novella The Emperor’s Soul was available as part of a fantasy-themed DRM-free ebook bundle from Storybundle. A lot of readers enjoyed getting the book that way, so now I’m repeating the experiment with my thriller novella Legion, available for the next three weeks along with eight other books in the Cosmic SF StoryBundle. http://storybundle.com/scifi

    Later this year Subterranean Press will be releasing a limited edition hardcover of Legion‘s sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, which you can preorder here: http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep and read a preview of here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep If you haven’t read the original Legion, this new bundle is a great way to whet your appetite and get ready for the sequel.

    ------------

    Legion is a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent.

    Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad.

    A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price.

    His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own. When a company hires him to recover stolen property—a camera that can allegedly take pictures of the past—Stephen finds himself in an adventure crossing oceans and fighting terrorists. What he discovers may upend the foundation of three major world religions—and, perhaps, give him a vital clue into the true nature of his aspects.

    ------------

    Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye. Frank Herbert. Jay Lake and Ken Scholes. Michael A. Stackpole. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Mike Resnick. Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason. Peter J. Wacks. This is a great group of authors to be included with. You can name the price you want to pay for the bundle. Anything above $3 gets you six of the books, and anything above $12 gets you all nine books, including Legion.

    I do have to note that while this StoryBundle is available worldwide, my novella Legion is not included if you’re in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, or another of the countries where Gollancz has the distribution rights. If you’re in those countries you can still buy the bundle without Legion, and the threshold price to get the remaining eight books is reduced to $11 instead of $12. So while my novella won’t be included, you still get some great books. (Legion can be purchased separately from your usual ebook vendors—I have a list of buy links here: http://brandonsanderson.com/books/legion/legion If you’re in one of the other UK-related publishing territories such as Malta or South Africa, use the Ireland or New Zealand links—those will also work in your country.)

    You can pick the split for what percentage of your StoryBundle purchase price goes to the authors and what percentage goes to StoryBundle. (For comparison, other ebook distributors such as Amazon take 30%.) You can also choose to have a portion of your StoryBundle purchase go to charity. The charity for this particular bundle is the Clayton Memorial Medical Fund, the preferred charity chosen by Jay Lake before he passed away on June 1st after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. (For those who are interested in donating to the charity without getting the bundle, there’s info on that here: http://www.jlake.com/2014/06/01/) Buy the DRM-free ebook bundle here: http://storybundle.com/scifi
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 18:47:05
    RESHARE:
    Well then, let me just go over there. It's not like I don't have enough books already, right?

    Reshared text:
    LEGION Available Now in DRM-free StoryBundle

    A couple months ago my novella The Emperor’s Soul was available as part of a fantasy-themed DRM-free ebook bundle from Storybundle. A lot of readers enjoyed getting the book that way, so now I’m repeating the experiment with my thriller novella Legion, available for the next three weeks along with eight other books in the Cosmic SF StoryBundle. http://storybundle.com/scifi

    Later this year Subterranean Press will be releasing a limited edition hardcover of Legion‘s sequel, Legion: Skin Deep, which you can preorder here: http://subterraneanpress.com/store/product_detail/legion_skin_deep and read a preview of here: http://brandonsanderson.com/legion-skin-deep If you haven’t read the original Legion, this new bundle is a great way to whet your appetite and get ready for the sequel.

    ------------

    Legion is a fast-paced, witty, and supremely fun thriller with a psychological bent.

    Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad.

    A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price.

    His brain is getting a little crowded, however, and the aspects have a tendency of taking on lives of their own. When a company hires him to recover stolen property—a camera that can allegedly take pictures of the past—Stephen finds himself in an adventure crossing oceans and fighting terrorists. What he discovers may upend the foundation of three major world religions—and, perhaps, give him a vital clue into the true nature of his aspects.

    ------------

    Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye. Frank Herbert. Jay Lake and Ken Scholes. Michael A. Stackpole. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Mike Resnick. Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason. Peter J. Wacks. This is a great group of authors to be included with. You can name the price you want to pay for the bundle. Anything above $3 gets you six of the books, and anything above $12 gets you all nine books, including Legion.

    I do have to note that while this StoryBundle is available worldwide, my novella Legion is not included if you’re in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, or another of the countries where Gollancz has the distribution rights. If you’re in those countries you can still buy the bundle without Legion, and the threshold price to get the remaining eight books is reduced to $11 instead of $12. So while my novella won’t be included, you still get some great books. (Legion can be purchased separately from your usual ebook vendors—I have a list of buy links here: http://brandonsanderson.com/books/legion/legion If you’re in one of the other UK-related publishing territories such as Malta or South Africa, use the Ireland or New Zealand links—those will also work in your country.)

    You can pick the split for what percentage of your StoryBundle purchase price goes to the authors and what percentage goes to StoryBundle. (For comparison, other ebook distributors such as Amazon take 30%.) You can also choose to have a portion of your StoryBundle purchase go to charity. The charity for this particular bundle is the Clayton Memorial Medical Fund, the preferred charity chosen by Jay Lake before he passed away on June 1st after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. (For those who are interested in donating to the charity without getting the bundle, there’s info on that here: http://www.jlake.com/2014/06/01/) Buy the DRM-free ebook bundle here: http://storybundle.com/scifi
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 14:28:10
    Defiance is back, season 2 premiere
    Mild spoilers


    The last season of Defiance ended with our protagonist Nolan being shot and his adopted daughter Irisa embarking on a mysterious and dangerous path in order to save him.

    The premier mostly helps us get familiar with most of the characters from season one and their fates after the season one. It works quite well, mostly because seeing other cities helps broaden the scope of the show an makes it more organic and believable.

    Nolan is searching for Irisa and that offers both a payoff and a nice segue into part of the storyline of the new season. As usual, seeing Stahma was a delight because she is the true power behind many of the shady things going on in Defiance and she is growing in power, as she begins to step out of Datak's shadow.

    I'm looking forward to seeing the next episodes because as the world has been opened and the bigger scheme of things begins to affect the story, it's more enjoyable and definitely makes for a more interesting narrative.

    #defiance
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 14:28:10
    Defiance is back, season 2 premiere
    Mild spoilers


    The last season of Defiance ended with our protagonist Nolan being shot and his adopted daughter Irisa embarking on a mysterious and dangerous path in order to save him.

    The premier mostly helps us get familiar with most of the characters from season one and their fates after the season one. It works quite well, mostly because seeing other cities helps broaden the scope of the show an makes it more organic and believable.

    Nolan is searching for Irisa and that offers both a payoff and a nice segue into part of the storyline of the new season. As usual, seeing Stahma was a delight because she is the true power behind many of the shady things going on in Defiance and she is growing in power, as she begins to step out of Datak's shadow.

    I'm looking forward to seeing the next episodes because as the world has been opened and the bigger scheme of things begins to affect the story, it's more enjoyable and definitely makes for a more interesting narrative.

    #defiance
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 14:28:10
    Defiance is back, season 2 premiere
    Mild spoilers


    The last season of Defiance ended with our protagonist Nolan being shot and his adopted daughter Irisa embarking on a mysterious and dangerous path in order to save him.

    The premier mostly helps us get familiar with most of the characters from season one and their fates after the season one. It works quite well, mostly because seeing other cities helps broaden the scope of the show an makes it more organic and believable.

    Nolan is searching for Irisa and that offers both a payoff and a nice segue into part of the storyline of the new season. As usual, seeing Stahma was a delight because she is the true power behind many of the shady things going on in Defiance and she is growing in power, as she begins to step out of Datak's shadow.

    I'm looking forward to seeing the next episodes because as the world has been opened and the bigger scheme of things begins to affect the story, it's more enjoyable and definitely makes for a more interesting narrative.

    #defiance
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 14:28:10
    Defiance is back, season 2 premiere
    Mild spoilers


    The last season of Defiance ended with our protagonist Nolan being shot and his adopted daughter Irisa embarking on a mysterious and dangerous path in order to save him.

    The premier mostly helps us get familiar with most of the characters from season one and their fates after the season one. It works quite well, mostly because seeing other cities helps broaden the scope of the show an makes it more organic and believable.

    Nolan is searching for Irisa and that offers both a payoff and a nice segue into part of the storyline of the new season. As usual, seeing Stahma was a delight because she is the true power behind many of the shady things going on in Defiance and she is growing in power, as she begins to step out of Datak's shadow.

    I'm looking forward to seeing the next episodes because as the world has been opened and the bigger scheme of things begins to affect the story, it's more enjoyable and definitely makes for a more interesting narrative.

    #defiance
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-20 14:28:10
    Defiance is back, season 2 premiere
    Mild spoilers


    The last season of Defiance ended with our protagonist Nolan being shot and his adopted daughter Irisa embarking on a mysterious and dangerous path in order to save him.

    The premier mostly helps us get familiar with most of the characters from season one and their fates after the season one. It works quite well, mostly because seeing other cities helps broaden the scope of the show an makes it more organic and believable.

    Nolan is searching for Irisa and that offers both a payoff and a nice segue into part of the storyline of the new season. As usual, seeing Stahma was a delight because she is the true power behind many of the shady things going on in Defiance and she is growing in power, as she begins to step out of Datak's shadow.

    I'm looking forward to seeing the next episodes because as the world has been opened and the bigger scheme of things begins to affect the story, it's more enjoyable and definitely makes for a more interesting narrative.

    #defiance
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 19:03:39
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    My drawing by Mara :)

    If you haven't seen my share from earlier, this is by my friend +Mara Mascaro and it's for contributing to funds for medical expenses.

    Please note this one can only be tamed with coffee.

    Or cake


    Okay or maybe other things too but try coffee and cake first!

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    Look, look! A Reulek who wants to exterminate the human race! +Dirk Reul do something:D 
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 19:03:39
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    My drawing by Mara :)

    If you haven't seen my share from earlier, this is by my friend +Mara Mascaro and it's for contributing to funds for medical expenses.

    Please note this one can only be tamed with coffee.

    Or cake


    Okay or maybe other things too but try coffee and cake first!

    Reshared text:
    Look, look! A Reulek who wants to exterminate the human race! +Dirk Reul do something:D 
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 19:03:39
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    My drawing by Mara :)

    If you haven't seen my share from earlier, this is by my friend +Mara Mascaro and it's for contributing to funds for medical expenses.

    Please note this one can only be tamed with coffee.

    Or cake


    Okay or maybe other things too but try coffee and cake first!

    Reshared text:
    Look, look! A Reulek who wants to exterminate the human race! +Dirk Reul do something:D 
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 19:03:39
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    My drawing by Mara :)

    If you haven't seen my share from earlier, this is by my friend +Mara Mascaro and it's for contributing to funds for medical expenses.

    Please note this one can only be tamed with coffee.

    Or cake


    Okay or maybe other things too but try coffee and cake first!

    Reshared text:
    Look, look! A Reulek who wants to exterminate the human race! +Dirk Reul do something:D 
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 19:03:39
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    My drawing by Mara :)

    If you haven't seen my share from earlier, this is by my friend +Mara Mascaro and it's for contributing to funds for medical expenses.

    Please note this one can only be tamed with coffee.

    Or cake


    Okay or maybe other things too but try coffee and cake first!

    Reshared text:
    Look, look! A Reulek who wants to exterminate the human race! +Dirk Reul do something:D 
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 18:08:37
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    Perfect parenting

    So much laughter for this. Dear parents, I think you will enjoy this most :)

    via +Dirk Moeller 

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    lool!
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  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 18:08:37
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    Perfect parenting

    So much laughter for this. Dear parents, I think you will enjoy this most :)

    via +Dirk Moeller 

    Reshared text:
    lool!
  • 36 plusses - 19 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 18:08:37
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    Perfect parenting

    So much laughter for this. Dear parents, I think you will enjoy this most :)

    via +Dirk Moeller 

    Reshared text:
    lool!
  • 36 plusses - 19 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 18:08:37
    RESHARE:
    Perfect parenting

    So much laughter for this. Dear parents, I think you will enjoy this most :)

    via +Dirk Moeller 

    Reshared text:
    lool!
  • 36 plusses - 19 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Dirk Reul2014-06-19 18:08:37
    RESHARE:
    Perfect parenting

    So much laughter for this. Dear parents, I think you will enjoy this most :)

    via +Dirk Moeller 

    Reshared text:
    lool!
  • 36 plusses - 19 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+