Tag Archives: Ramón Terrell

Bookshelf: Out of Ordure

Fey World Maintenance Services (FWMS) employs fairy specialists to keep our world running. Some of these fairies have sweet tasks — Bloomara is the fairy of blooming flowers, and Sugressa is the sugar fairy. Some fairies are not so lucky, … Continue reading

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A Moment of Great Restraint

At Rose City Comic Con yesterday, I witnessed a moment that was typical, funny, appalling, and inspiring at the same time.  It looked like this: Ramón Terrell, who stood next to me for two days selling books this weekend, was … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Running from the Night

Ramón Terrell’s Running from the Night starts with a murder. Jelani, California transplant to Vancouver, stop-motion actor, and martial artist, is out jogging and stumbles across a killing. Not just a killing, as it happens.  A vampire feeding. It turns … Continue reading

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