Ok, ok, I know what you’re all thinking: it’s another fantasy novel, so the sci-fi geek has gone AWOL again… Well, I promise you, it’s not like that. I’ve been unwell. I’ve got a note from my mum and everything.
Which is a shame, because it means I haven't been able to make bad puns like 'The Vanishing Sculp-Tour', or joke about my Vanishing Review. Or create a (now 'traditional') Top Ten, although I could easily refer you to the Top Ten Dragon Songs from the July '08 Tour if I was feeling lazy (which I am - I've been unwell, remember).
No, seriously, there’s been a lot of Dragon Flu going around these parts, and it’s really unpleasant. The turning scaly I can just about live with, but the flaming cough is a killer. I mean, the other day I was settling down in my sick bed with a Lemsip and a review copy of The Vanishing Sculptor by Donita K Paul, when I sneezed and incinerated the thing. No word of a lie.
So, sadly, no in depth review here. Try these bloggers instead:
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Todd Michael Greene
Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte
Rachel Starr Thomson
Steve, you do not disappoint--I always get a chuckle reading your tour posts. And yes, I miss your traditional Tuesday Tunes, but I think you're allowed to link to the '08 list since this is another dragon book.
I hope the "not feeling well" is a joke, too, but if not that you'll be on the mend soon. (You need one of those healing minor dragons in the book!)
As a chronic skin allergy gal, I'm always scaly a bit somewhere. Does that make me an honorary dragoness?
Yes, you, my son, and my grandson are honorary dragons due to scaly skin.
I hope you feel better soon, Steve.
No, sadly I have been unwell Becky, but only for a couple of days. Thanks for you good wishes Becky and Donita. :)
And, wait a minute, was that the Mir, or a hallucination brought on by the Dragon Flu?
Thanks for the laugh! :)
I hope you feel better soon.
I'm often told I look like a hallucination. Snarf.
A scaly one. :)
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