Who I don’t like

. . . . . . . You know what? You know who you are when I don’t like you. Those are the times you don’t want the door to hit your big butt on the way out. . . . . . . . That’s right. Your big, wide, couch-challenging-designing ass. Look at Capt. […]

Books I’d like to write

. . . . . . . The first series of books I’d like to write would be H O R R O R. . . . . . . . But not hard-core horror. Soft horror. Social dynamics based horror, with moments of scary intent. “Death doesn’t exist. It never did, it never will. […]

Book Review: Dr. Seuss

. . . . . . . Well, he did it. Dr. Seuss clawed and climbed up to the top of the children’s literature hierarchy. Once he got there, he took his place forever. Let’s discuss a little of how he did it. . . . . . . . The nature of the brutal […]

Book review: Two mysteries

. . . . . . . Recently, Catxman finished reading two novels, mysteries written by Robert Crais and Reed Coleman. The Coleman book was The Devil Wins. The Crais one was Indigo Slam. I preferred the Crais book by a substantial margin, but was still mildly impressed by the Coleman version of Robert B. […]

Scenarios

. . . . . . . Madness in a single day. . . . . . . . Madness in a single way. “The AEC scientists were so narrowly focused on arming the United States for nuclear war that they failed to perceive facts – even widely known ones – that were outside their […]