I enjoyed this story very much. I usually dont like zombie stories that stray from the traditional zombies but this story is very well written. i liked the characters and the community. would love to read a story on what happened to will and his gang.
Spinward Fringe Broadcast 6: Fragments
on Aug. 06, 2010
this is a good series. cant wait for the next one. and i loved the they might be giants song "birdhouse in your soul" reference. gave me a good chuckle and was completley unexpected.
this was your best story yet. i liked it a lot. im usually not a fan of thinking/smart zombies but i like the way you use them in your story. i guess the only part i didnt like was that red was missing for most of the ending but it sounds like you will be doing a short story on that so i will forgive that. keep up the good work.
im just a begginer and dont know much about the game. this helped a lot with the terms, position, betting and a good general strategy for beginners. i also learned more about outs and odds. i never really considered this stuff when playing before. i always just guessed as to what i was doing and probably why i rarely win.
this was very helpful. i feel much better about my game now. before i was the clueless fish. playing hands i thought were good out of position and making stupid calls and bluffs. i know im not a pro our anything now but i feel like i have a much better understanding of the game. so far ive only played online. next week might start playing in a monday night cash game were ive heard there are several "loose aggressive" players. thanks
I liked it and would like to read more. It reminded me of one of the dune books when a young boy is cast out of the siech and is the first to learn to ride the sand worms. I think it would make for a good novel.
Amazing pictures. I was in Yellowstone when I was younger but forgot how beautiful it is. I didn't grow up to be much of an outdoorsman. Not much for scenery here on the plains in Minnesota. When I'm older and not stuck in the office I might have to travel more. Thanks for sharing.
I read this short awhile back and forgot to review. And I didn't realize it was part of a larger story which I have now purchased. If you enjoy post zombie apocalypse stories I would recommend this one.
Once again an excellent addition to the story. But I don't think you would need a 9 iron to hit a 100 yard shot. Unless the wind was in your face and you were playing a little knockdown shot. I'd say its probably a 56 degree wedge for that shot.
Love these stories. As an avid golfer and lifelong Minnesota resident I especially like that several of the stories take place in Minnesota. There is nothing quite like golf and the time spent playing with good friends. I didn't start playing much until after college, wish I would have caught the golf bug at a younger age.