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S.G. Redling
After a ridiculously normal childhood spent fighting with my siblings in the woods of West Virginia, I graduated from Georgetown University with an English degree. To my parents' chagrin, I parlayed that fine education into a series of jobs including waitress, monument tour guide, and sheepskin... show more

After a ridiculously normal childhood spent fighting with my siblings in the woods of West Virginia, I graduated from Georgetown University with an English degree. To my parents' chagrin, I parlayed that fine education into a series of jobs including waitress, monument tour guide, and sheepskin packer before settling in as a morning radio host in Huntington, West Virginia.I tend to stroll blithely into strange situations and take adolescent pride in surviving them. Some of my favorites: jumping from an airplane (recommended), jumping from a moving train in Hungary (not recommended), getting lost in the Spice Bazaar in Istanbul, and being locked in a dining car on a midnight train through the Carpathians; and winning a heated argument over the schematics of the Battlestar Galactica.These days, I spend a lot of time in pajamas and--for reasons too complicated to explain--I am no longer shocked to find wildlife in my house. For me, everything is a story and the story is everything. Getting to tell my stories? Greatest thing ever.
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Lora Hates Spam
Lora Hates Spam rated it 2 years ago
by S.G. Redling 'Ourselves' is a reference to a people who live among ordinary people, which seems to be a recurring concept recently. These call themselves the Nahan. It's a cute little poetic fantasy with a touch of Irish which is advertised as "dark and sensual" for an adult readership, but re...
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia rated it 4 years ago
First Contact where we, humanity, are the potentially hostile, terrifyingly alien aliens, with a tiny explorer ship making an unplanned landing on a technologically (and militarily) advanced planet. One that hasn't even thought of looking to the stars yet. You bet they will now though. I did enjoy...
Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 5 years ago
I’ve recently experienced a few of the ‘first contact’ stories in a row in written or visual form. Each of them had a different impact on me. Of the lot (which includes The Sparrow and Arrival), Damocles is my favorite. I think it’s because Damocles is the one that’s actually truly about first conta...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
Quick review for a quick read. What a wild ride of a read that was. "Baggage" does a great job of keeping the reader in the dark about the "whodunit" for this particular grisly murder mystery. Anna Ray is a young woman who has been through...a number of different things. The date February 17th has m...
Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it 6 years ago
I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for a review. This had no impact on my thoughts/feelings about the book in question. I jokingly referred to this book as Murder Murder Murder in homage to my mother and cousin who are seemingly obsessed with the ID channel. (Who knows why with those ...
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