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The Hugo Awards: Your Waifu is Trash edition

Wow. Just wow. I’d add “I can’t even” but that wouldn’t be accurate: watching the TruFen villagers burn down their own village out of spite was EXACTLY what the Rabid Puppies thought they would do. It was the Sad Puppies … Continue reading

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Fainting Victorian Damsels

Mr. Wright’s comments on several delicate personalities working themselves up into a froth of hysteria over non-existent threats is worth reading. (Click through the links to the Vox Day post as well, for more amusement!) Nags and termagants indeed. It’s … Continue reading

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Hugo Awards: packet and voting

I was away from home when the voters’ packet was released, so now I’m catching up! (Definitely would have been nice to have all that reading material on the plane flights. Next time we go on a big trip, hopefully … Continue reading

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Hugo Reading: Skin Game

I’m a Dresden Files fan – though I never did really get into the TV show – who’s read all the books and a good chunk of the shorts. (I’m not a big enough fan to keep up with the … Continue reading

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Hugo Reading: A Single Samurai

As far as I know, this story isn’t available for free online anywhere, but Baen is a generous publisher so I’m sure it will be available in the voter packet. I actually own the anthology containing this story – just … Continue reading

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Hugo Reading: Totaled

I was poking about on the internet, ending up on Mars Is through MHI, and I saw a link to “Totaled.” Being a little ADHD in my internet consumption (“browser tabs” was either a great invention or THE WORST, I’m … Continue reading

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Hugo Reading: The Goblin Emperor

The blurb printed on the front of this book reads “challenging, invigorating, and unique.” I’m afraid I’m not impressed in the slightest. I found no aspect of the novel challenging, except keeping track of particular name-forms: there is an appendix … Continue reading

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