April 11th, 2017

mermaid precinct

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NEW STRETCH GOAL!



The Mermaid Precinct Kickstarter has a new stretch goal: if we hit $5300, everyone who pledges $50 or more will not only get electronic copies of all thirteen previous Precinct short stories, but also e-copies of the four previous Precinct novels. So if you pledge fifty bucks (or more), you get Dragon Precinct, Unicorn Precinct, Goblin Precinct, Gryphon Precinct, and all thirteen short stories in the universe (that part was already there if you pledged $50+).

Pledge now! Only five days left!

Originally posted at Keith's Word Press blog.
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supernatural, nevermore

a new Supernatural book that I wrote the text for

I overcomplicated that a little, but there's a new bit of Supernatural merchandise coming out this September (just in time for the launch of the show's thirteenth season: Supernatural: John Winchester Hardcover Ruled Journal, which includes facsimile text and art of John's journal from the TV series. I wrote the text that accompanies it.

It's being published by Insight Editions (who also are publishing my Orphan Black book in the summer), and it's available for preorder right now. Check it out!



Originally published on Keith's Word Press blog.
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TOS Rewatch

Star Trek The Original Series Rewatch: "The Practical Joker"

There's a practical joker on the Enterprise--or, rather, in the Enterprise... The TOS Rewatch meets "The Practical Joker."

An excerpt:
The jokes are all incredibly unimaginative and very basic stuff. The dark-eyes-from-the-microscope thing doesn’t even make sense in the setting. (Why would there be a microscope on Spock’s console? How’d a disembodied computer even get it there?) They’re just variations on contemporary pranks, and not particularly interesting ones. Plus, there’s the completely absurd giant inflatable Enterprise decoy that the Romulans somehow don’t realize is a giant balloon until after they fire on it. I can’t even…


Originally posted on Keith's Word Press blog.
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