"The Adventures of Captain Morgan" Or "Damn That Mossfoot"

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Re: "The Adventures of Captain Morgan" Or "Damn That Mossfoo

Post by ClymAngus » Fri Jan 15, 2016 2:49 pm

Where IS paradox? I really miss him. I've got the horror bit covered but I could really do with some good old "carry on oolite". It may not be highbrow literature (what is, that isn't deathly boring?) but it had a reality to it, an honest earthy appeal (with some real forceful points at times).

There was a disregard; "Hey, reality and society doesn't have to be this way." Which to my mind is the spinning hub of speculative science fiction. Sure it was racy, but it had to be. It couldn't be ignored. Like the skin, bone and musculature it represented.

Miss ya man. Miss your work.

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Re: "The Adventures of Captain Morgan" Or "Damn That Mossfoot"

Post by Paradox » Mon Sep 05, 2016 4:14 pm

Lurking... Always lurking... :twisted: And just maybe feeling the itch to write again? Hmmm...

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Re: "The Adventures of Captain Morgan" Or "Damn That Mossfoot"

Post by Malacandra » Mon Sep 05, 2016 4:37 pm

Careful! The more you scratch it, the worse it gets! :lol:
"Sidewinder Precision Pro" and other Oolite fiction is now available for Amazon Kindle at a bargain price.

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Re: "The Adventures of Captain Morgan" Or "Damn That Mossfoot"

Post by Paradox » Mon Sep 05, 2016 5:23 pm

Malacandra wrote:Careful! The more you scratch it, the worse it gets! :lol:
Don't I know it! I doubt I will be able to write at the same pace as I did previously, but maybe that will keep me from getting burned out as well. We shall see...! };]

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