Tag Archives: Chasing The Moon

The Four Faces of A. Lee Martinez

Greetings, Action Force.  I trust the world has been treating you well this last week.  Of course, given the law of averages, it’s fair to say that for many of you it hasn’t, and I can only offer my sympathies.  Hang in there.  I’m rooting for you. Today, let’s talk about what exactly defines my […]
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The Last Emperor (Mollusk Month Post)

Emperor Mollusk Month!! continues, but if I can be honest, I’m out of things to say about it.  I could say more, but why give away surprises?  I’ve disclosed enough about the book that anyone should have an idea if it’s something they’re interested in, and if you’re still having trouble committing after being told […]
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Pulp Friction

Emperor Mollusk versus the Sinister Brain is not a funny book.  It IS a fun book, so I can see why people sometimes don’t get the difference.  We are constantly being told that there is serious stuff and funny stuff and rarely are they allowed to meet.  I realize, even as I dare suggest that […]
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Chasing Zany

Did you ever notice that nuclear bombs are either destroying the planet or saving it?  I watched a movie called Crack in the World recently, and a bomb starts a chain reaction that causes a (SPOILER ALERT) crack in the world.  It’s only by exploding a bigger bomb that they can stop it from tearing […]
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