11 February 2012 in Blog Roundup
Our second week here at Ad Astra’s new blog community, and do we have a bunch of blogs for you to check out!
- We start over at trekfan‘s Red Shirt Eulogies, where he spoke not once, not twice, but three times on a “lost” story of his called The Last Generation.
- Unimatrix 0.1 opened this week, helmed by our local Borg Queen and Archive Moderator, kes7, where she wrote a welcome and led a discussion on the effects of using child prodigies in Trek storytelling.
- MDg continues to move Full Speed Ahead with blog posts about recent writing ventures, including the recently completed collaboration with Star Trek: Gibraltar in “The Chains of Error.”
- The breakdown of an original drug used as a plot point and a review of her short story, “Brown,” have been part of jespah‘s Barking Up the Muse Tree this week.
- Starbase G-6 opened this week with a post of welcome and why Enterprise1981 chose the name for his blog.
- “Secrets and Lies” got a behind-the-scenes look over at Ln X’s Musings, where he also tells he why we shouldn’t be afraid of mathematics.
- IntrepidSovereign joined the community this week and opened up Docking Bay #94 for our starships; we got a welcome and an insightful rant on combating personal fears.
- And last, but not least, Miranda Fave talks about his 1,000th review at Ad Astra! Congratulations, Miranda Fave!
We added four new blogs this week, and we’re looking forward to seeing more thoughts and opinions from our authors here at Ad Astra!