sounds like Tb42,
our current band, is warming up.... While
you wait, let me get you a drink!"
--Sin, Your Proprietor (along with Tank the Furzel,
the official drink inspector)
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wonder just how you might be portrayed if you were a character
in one of Linnea Sinclair’s fun, action-packed science
fiction romances? Would you be as enterprising as Trilby
Elliot, as brilliant as Admiral Branden Kel-Paten, or
as devious as Gabriel Ross ‘Sully’ Sullivan?
Or maybe you’d have the dedication of Captain Gillie
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Does the deadly infestation of bio-mechanical organisms
that are using Earth as its breeding ground from ‘The
Down Home Zombie Blues’ have anything to do with the problem
we seem to be having with tomatoes this year?
Ruskin tomatoes are usually considered some of the finest
in the States...and Ruskin is just outside Bahia Vista.
Uh, St. Pete, Florida. Seems tomatoes and intergalactic
zombies both like Florida for the warm tropical breezes,
abundant rainfall and general healthy environment. The
zombies, of course, hang out for the electrical storms
as well. Don't think the tomatoes really care about that.
was fun playing with "real places" in a story
for once. It keeps the imagination going in different
ways when you set fictional characters in real settings.
When I was writing The Down Home Zombie Blues,
I drove all over Pinellas County, Florida, photographing
neighborhoods that ultimately ended up in scenes in the
did turn the St. Pete Police Department building around
in the story, through. It actually faces a different street
in real life.
to tomatoes. I wouldn't rule out anything. Personally,
I think the zombies are the culprits behind the whole
global warming stuff...
Think about it...
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