Welcome to Flashback Fiction, a new segment on Geeks and Geeklets! We will be posting stories from our Fiction Writing Friday vaults! Enjoy!  _________________ We decided to keep a log of this as a warning and in the event of our disappearance.  If you’re reading this, please send for help! It all started as a…

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Join us for Episode 18 of Dungeons and Dragons in a campaign called The Forgotten Prince!! Originally on YouTube and now in podcast form! Join us live every other Saturday as we continue on our adventure! Listen to the show here: Direct Download or Site link Or follow the Geeks and Geeklets podcast network on iTunes, Stitcher,…

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The image is publicity material for what is considered to be the worst Sci-fi film in the history, Ed Wood’s masterpiece ‘Plan 9 from outer space’. It was, both in technical terms and in terms of plot, a good contender for worst film of all time. Check out the link, this guy was weird. I…

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So the news broke just over twenty-four hours ago that the newest regeneration of the Doctor is going to be a woman. The internet has broken itself into three main factions: Those who are good with this change. (<<< I cried at the fantasticnessity of this reveal and am so so so excited for the…

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Welcome to Flashback Fiction, a new segment on Geeks and Geeklets! We will be posting stories from our Fiction Writing Friday vaults! Enjoy!  _________________ Let me tell you the story of Thomas Buchanan.  Thomas was a lonely soul, always by himself and never far from home.  He had a job, although this fact could be…

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Kiss Kill Marry So, I’m over in Ireland now, but I figured I’d wrap my time up on here with my all time favourite French writer: Alexandre Dumas. Yes, I realise everyone’s heard of The Three Musketeers, but there’s more to him than just that and The Man in the Iron Mask. The Count of…

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Detective Inspector Marnie Rome and her partner DS Noah Jake are conveniently at a women’s shelter when a resident attempts to murder her husband. Despite the plethora of witnesses, however, this case is not as clear-cut as it seems. Being a crime novel, Someone Else’s Skin takes readers through a variety of twists and turns, but the…

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