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Jennifer R. Povey
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What a pain
Pain is essential to life. For sufferers of chronic pain, however, it can be destructive. Chronic pain is pain which continues after the injury has healed or pain from issues that cannot be healed. Not being able to feel pain, though, is a problem. Marsili ...
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Rising Dawn Print Version Released
It's now available on Amazon here . I will also have copies of all three books with me at Farpoint in February, if you want to avoid paying for shipping and get a bit of a discount. And the first words of book four have been written. Assuming they don't go ...
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Supergirl - Doing Gay Breakups Right
So, I'm slightly behind on Supergirl, forgive me (I have a lot to watch and limited time). The departure of Floriana Lima (Maggie Sawyer) from the show set us up for another 100 situation - the inability to think of any way to get rid of a romantic partner ...
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Watching ‘Oumuamua
Or rather...listening. The cigar-shaped object has some very strange qualities. Apart from anything else, if it's an asteroid, it's spinning fast enough to fly apart. Unless...well, unless it's made of metal. Oh, and it's shaped almost perfectly to be a pro...
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Earthsong
The earth is singing. Or, rather, humming. No, that's not the right word either. The Earth is...ringing. And we don't really know why. The Earth's hum, caused by oscillations and vibrations, is far too low a sound for us to hear and can only really be detec...
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Rising Dawn released!
Print will be a day or so yet - I'll put it on the website then, but the book is now available through Smashwords and Amazon (it should be on B&N and iTunes by Christmas). Amazon:  https://www.amazon.com/Rising-Dawn-Lost-Guardians-Book-ebook/dp/B077YQJ41T/ ...
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Santa's Bones?
Well, not really, but they did determine that a pelvic bone purported to be a relic of St. Nicholas dates to about the right time. Which is weird, because if it's a real Medieval relic, there aren't many of those. Lots of fakes...
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...Starmetal
It's kind of a fantasy trope. The warrior with the unbeatable sword made of "starmetal" - which usually gets mundanely described as meteoric iron. So...uh...actually? We've now confirmed that every single iron item made during the Bronze Age was, indeed, ma...
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Womb transplant successful
It's not the first - that was in Sweden some years ago - but the first fully successful uterus transplant in the U.S. is still important. Fully successful in this case means the birth of a healthy child. The recipient (who hasn't been named) was born withou...
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MCU - A Few Things I Want
I've been thinking about this because of the Infinity War trailer dropping this week. I have to admit? I was disappointed. The trailer to Infinity War is not nearly as good or intriguing as the one for Black Panther. I'm not saying anything about the qualit...
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