Of zombies, Poseidon, and tidal waves

Okay, so I’ve been MIA from my blog for far too long. We won’t even talk about that New Years Goal that shall be buried in the graveyard of laughable promises. I have many excuses, but none of them are particularly interesting. So instead, I will share this video by my new YouTube love, storyteller Olan Rogers.

Even his name conjures happiness.

Olan. Yessss.

Brought to me by Daughter the Second.

About Marie Loughin

I love reading, writing, and editing speculative fiction of all sorts. My current focus is on writing contemporary fantasy, where I get to play god with characters from myth and legend. My Norse-based urban fantasy, Valknut: The Binding, is available at Kindle Books and other e-book retailers. You can find me at my blog (marieloughin.com) and on Twitter (@mmloughin).
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7 Responses to Of zombies, Poseidon, and tidal waves

  1. juliabarrett says:

    Zombies are exciting – and one does tend to forget about the rules of grammar in the zombie apocalypse.

  2. Okay, I’m now convinced the world has walked away from me while I wasn’t paying attention and I’m old. Funny but frenetic in the Robin Williams’ mode…and perhaps a disturbing glimpse into the mind of Marie.

  3. It’s nice to see you, Marie! Thanks for bringing us these words of zombies, pterodactyls, and cashew chicken. This is lovely and funny!


  4. Char says:

    That is quite…entertaining. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

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