I’ve just finished reading Seduced by Moonlight, the new Merry Gentry novel from Laurell Hamilton.
It’s 367 pages of sex with some violence, covering maybe three days of storytime. Endless descriptions of beautiful people (mostly male) with excruciating details about their clothing. Not only is Gentry is becoming all-powerful, but ancient objects of great power are popping up around her. She’s up to 16 men in her bed. That’s pretty much it.
You can fool too many of the people too much of the time.
He who will not reason is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave.
–Sir William Drummond
I had begun writing something last night before going to bed. When I got up today (late afternoon, to be honest—a horrible pain day that has kept me in bed), my PC had been rebooted by Sam. I don’t know if he even noticed that I had something going on, but I’m annoyed. I hate losing info. One of the nice things about each of us having our own PCs is that we can usually walk away at any time and come back to find them exactly as we left them. His PC is the only one without a burner in it, so he might have used mine to burn a disk—but I still don’t like losing information.