Leave this world behind with these otherworldly adventures!
Endpoint, Backworlds Book 8 is now with my beta readers. There’s more polishing to do, but you can expect the new book soon! Woot woot! Carry on!
Believe or Die.
It’s Nerys’s final day with her mate and family. She has been summoned to go out beyond the known lands into the wulfing to expand resources and territory. The wulfing gives, but it also kills, and most fail to bring its blessings to fruition.
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In the far future, humanity settles the stars, bioengineering its descendants to survive in a harsh universe. This is the first book in the science fiction series, The Backworlds. A space opera adventure.
After the war with the Foreworlders, Backworlders scatter across the remaining planets. Competition is fierce, and pickings are scant. Scant enough that Craze’s father decides to improve his fortunes by destroying his son. He tells his only boy their moon isn’t big enough for them both and gives Craze a ticket for the next transport leaving the space dock.
Cut off from everyone he knows with little money and no knowledge of the worlds beyond, Craze must find a way to forge a new life and make his father regret this day. First, he must survive.
I love cheesy sci-fi movies. The cheesier, the better. Husband and I watch these so you don’t have to, but you may miss out on some fun.
Onto the movie from 1979…
Aliens visit the solar-powered house of a middle-class family, and the house is suddenly sucked into a time warp that transports it back to prehistoric times.
1st, the description promised dinosaurs. Were those two things supposed to be dinosaurs? And only 2? They didn’t even eat anybody. I’d have liked the movie a lot better with more dinos.
2nd, I had to add the official description at the beginning of this post because there is nothing I could say in known words about the plot except there were aliens, horses, flying robot enemies [which were actually pretty cool], green lighting effects, fog, and creatures. One of whom knocked on the door and the stupid people opened it. lol Fantabulous.
Whenever anything horrific happened, the actors just stood around staring. Yeah, you want to shake the sh** out of them after a point so somebody will do something.
The beginning, middle, and end really didn’t connect and had nothing to do with each other or the dinosaurs. And what was with the ballerina-like green alien?
Wha? Ballerina alien! You want to watch the movie now, right?
The character I identified with most was the poor horse they sacrificed to the dinos that weren’t really dinos… I really don’t know what they were.
It wasn’t as fun as The Crater Lake Monster, but OK with beer.
Three beers would make this a lot more fun, especially since I felt like I had done drugs by the end, because I was thinking ??? And, honestly, more beer wouldn’t hurt.
You can watch this gem for free on YouTube.