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Month: March 2017

Building Pumpkin’s Nursery – Part 1

When Dom and I bought our house two years ago, we made sure to include a couple of extra rooms to grow our family. Fast-forward to today, and we’re less than two months from the arrival of our first child, which we have nicknamed Pumpkin since we don’t know the gender.  Ever since we found out we were pregnant, my to-do list has contained the line item: build a nursery. I’m happy to report that after seven months of procrastination, I’m finally on the job!

Recent Reviews

Maybe this is where VR is heading. Are you ready for VR can you survive such mind control. Do you want to control all you see? The new world order is heavy with opportunity.

Gerald A. Mills – Veneer

Quite a ride!┬áPerion Synthetics explores the core of a company intent on producing the ultimate android. No one is who they seem to be, often not even what the[y] seem to be, human or “synthetic”. Interestingly, the dates are current but the places and political structures are sometimes the same as reality and sometimes not. It all keeps you on your toes. The rating is a four rather than a five simply because the author sporadically assumes you have read and remembered his previous books, which is a bit annoying but not nearly enough to spoil the excellent story.

DJ – Perion Synthetics
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