A North Country geeky minister who has a slight obsession over all things Tolkien, the outdoors, and hockey (allez Habs!).If you're ever bored, message me. I do love a good chat about anything and everything.Ask me anything Submit
Christina Escamilla Publishing is accepting submissions for a forthcoming anthology called Welcome to the Future—a collection of futuristic-themed stories where innovation and technology (like talking computers, flying cars, bionic body parts, etc.) enhance life or now mindlessly control much of society and how humans think. Stories can be emotionally joyful and amusing or dismal, gloomy, and hopeless.
the only domestic instinct my parents have managed to pass on to me is the tendency to hoard multiple plastic bags in another plastic bags despite the fact that I will probably never need this many plastic bags in my adult life
My gigantic plastic bag has so many plastic bags in it that it ripped and now I have the gigantic plastic bag lying in the closet with smaller plastic bag guts coming out.
I am so freaking excited for this. I’m bringing mead and Root Beer schnapps. I know I’m going to regret it slightly in the morning, but we’re going to pretend I’m a teenager again and can pull all nighters and go to work the next day.
I was curious as to how many books I own so I decided to count them. I always thought I had more non-fiction books in the apartment instead of fiction, but I guess numbers don’t lie. I’m guessing the vast collection of Doctor Who books bumped the fiction number up (I’ve got every book from the 9th and 10th Doctors). Okay, and all the Tolkien books really beefed up the numbers, too. On both fiction and non-fiction.
- Non-fiction: 196
- Fiction: 217
- Total: 413