Just finished reading Dune – I recommend it to everyone. My hair stood on end as the last line faded. I had to read the sentence over and over again.
A little more than half of 70-odd percent of British people have just voted to leave the European Union. It looks like things will be more difficult over the next […]
So we have a #Brexit vote result. What next? A 2-step: first the parliament decides what to do, then the UK starts leaving the EU:
Dear Basic Training Babs, The day is over, but our journey together on the hop-on-hop-off BABWorks bus has just begun. Every week, I write a reflection on the week just passed […]
I know it’s not a hundred percent ready, and it’s not even fifty percent ready, but if I’ve learned anything over the past few months, it’s this: Ready? What does […]
BABWorks Birmingham Core Team (L-R): Reese, Ali, Jax (yes those are boots, it was still cold in April… I’m a tropical girl, come on.), Stacey, Jordan, Phil, Liam (Content Partner); […]
The Village by Bing West My rating: 5 of 5 stars A well-told little-known story about the Vietnam War that people should know.
“I’m writing a science fiction novel,” I say. Most people, especially those who have known me in previous lives, ask the question that my statement begged. “Why?” The answer is […]
Rats: Observations on the History and Habitat of the City’s Most Unwanted Inhabitants by Robert Sullivan My rating: 4 of 5 stars
In July 2014, I started an experiment with a blog called “Science | Fiction | Technology”. On December 31, 2014, I wrote the final post on that blog. Today, I killed […]