[[Ed has queued up a batch of after-show drinks: a glass of wine, a shot of whiskey, a can of Jolt, and a pint of beer]] Ed: Good show! Jersey: Yesh! An' this guy wants to talk to you. Jean Racine: Hello, my name is Jean Racine. Jean Racine: Your music, it is very new, yes? Very fresh? Very startling? Jean Racine: My nightclubs, mmm? In El Cajon. In Pacific Beach, yes? In places of this nature, mmm? I will engage you to play them? Pria: Money gigs? Ace! Sara: Yeah! [[The amulet hangs out of her pocket]] [[Louis contemplates his shot glass]]
The third book in Steven Gould's Jumper series is due out this January. The first two books (Jumper and Reflex) are well worth checking out, especially if you like early Heinlein like Tunnel in the Sky and The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.
Rum, they agreed, was too popular to be interesting, tequila suffered from delusions of grandeur, and vodka had lost its hearty Russian heritage to peer pressure from vanilla and fruit. But whiskey, good old-fashioned whiskey, still had roots running deep in Tennessee and remembered its sole purpose was to help make awkward social situations bearable.
--K. "Otter" Spangler
Head over to the AGAHF store to grab the first installment of The Digital Divide -- a novel combining the paranormal buddy cop action of Paradigm Shift with the lethal bon mots of A Girl and Her Fed. Good stuff!
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