I feel that possibly law enforcement’s priorities should have been reversed here.
Via @BrianFaughnan. On the other hand, it’s Texas. The tiger’s probably holed up somewhere, trying to figure out how to get to a zoo safely, because he didn’t ask for this, human. He was behaving himself. Getting dumped in the middle of a state where they give out AR-15s as party favors wasn’t his idea.
Kate DiCamello’s The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane was assigned to my youngest child’s fifth-grade reading class. I’m following along with it because of the pandemic thing, and… it’s good. Not ‘a good kid’s book’; just ‘good.’ My own kid loves it, mind. He’s also paying attention to it, which is even better.
I’ve prepped and sent out the short story sampler. Six stories, one vignette: one of the stories has not seen previously, and one of them is the first chapter of TINSEL RAIN. Note that the stories have not been professionally edited, and will not be commercially distributed in their present form.
Annnnnnnd that’s a wrap for the TALES FROM THE FERMI RESOLUTION Kickstarter. Ahead of deadline, thank God. Buy the book here!
I have to keep stopping because of school issues and stuff; I also suspect that my network REALLY doesn’t like HBOMax today. But I’m halfway through, and I am profoundly pissed* at Joss Whedon. It’s like he didn’t have the slightest clue how to work with Snyder’s material, notes, and general attitude. This version of JUSTICE LEAGUE is just light-years better, so far.