Then click here.
NOTE: The fan art, while very cool, also portrays a violent scene in the book, involving messy things happening to someone’s head. Be ready for the splatter.
The artist is Kat Harpin, and you can visit her Web site here.
This is also a fine time to link back to my policy on fan creations in my universes (which is, basically, have fun, you crazy kids).
Or, in language that is slightly more related to English, I’ve got my new glasses, with bifocal lenses. Here they are. I went with progressive lenses and the glasses are rimless. I think they look fairly decent.
My first few hours of bifocals review: They’re doing what they’re supposed to, which is to keep text from being all fuzzy when I look at it close up. I’m aware of the change in focus when I look in various parts of the lenses, but so far it hasn’t been anything that’s too disruptive. It’s not making me fall over my own feet, which is what I’m hoping for here. So in all, this little bit of aging has passed along in a fairly painless manner.
And some flowers, too. Because both are nice. Unless you have allergies to one or both. In which case, you’re probably already sneezing. Sorry about that.
Back to the word mines for me.