At Sister Love's - Norman T. Ray

15 juillet 2013

What is Sister Love?

To enter in detail into the novel’s plot would be rather counter-productive, since the discovery of Sister Love’s mysteries is gradual in the novel. I can nevertheless say that the novel is of the “superhero” genre, anchored in our reality as much as possible. The largest part of the story takes place in 2014, and a chapter out of two is a flashback featuring the main character. At the contemporary time there are three main characters: - Sister Love, a mysterious African woman who lived in the United States - Steven Thorne, a... [Lire la suite]
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23 mai 2019

Thorne Industries must move! #SisterLove

There's no such thing as "doing enough research"... The worst case scenario is when you DON'T KNOW you should have done research. I became a victim of that in the first ever version of "Who Is Sister Love?". One of my two known readers (in France, but not only, on a global scale also, not tomention the whole known universe), Vivien Prigent, had noticed such an impossibility: there has NEVER been a job of Governor of Washington, there's only a Mayor. Before someone asks the question, let the answer be written here for posterity's... [Lire la suite]
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21 mai 2019

All Alone In the Night: The Babylon 5 Preservation Project Kickstarter by Jason Davis #Babylon5

I only heard about this project this morning, and it's already funded! Babylon 5 is quite imply my favorite tv show. in a Top 5 that would also contain series like the original Star Trek and its Next Generation, Columbo and Mission: Impossible, this is quite an accomplishment. The common ground between all these series for me is their quality of writing. Those series are very demanding in terms of screenplays, and series that are... [Lire la suite]
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30 avril 2019

Sister Love as a Lego! #SisterLove #Lego

I don't have a screenshot of Sister Love where she was born, in City of Heroes, but here is instead a screenshot of Sister Love as created with the character creator of Lego Incredibles on Switch.
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01 avril 2019

When Amazon recommends my own book to me! #Sisterlove

'nuff said!
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18 mars 2019

Dream: I’m directing the movie #SisterLove in 2021...

I made a really weird dream last night, I was about to direct the movie based on my novel "Who Is Sister Love?"! Good news? I’ll let you be the judge of that... In fact I was entering a mini-van, in which there were a dozen people. Who was driving? Who knows, in any case the van starts to move. I have an hour (my lunch time from work) pour to get to know these people. Obviously I trusted one of these people, a woman, to organize a whole cast and crew from A to Z. Strangely, even if of course, I can’t see myself, I know I'm dressed in... [Lire la suite]
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18 février 2019

#Tarzan (2016) aired on French TV last night, a resounding success! David Yates' Legend of Tarzan, in France just called Tarzan, has been aired last night on the TF1 channel, the biggest French channel! John Carter had only access to a "smaller channel" W9, but the Lord of the Jungle has the A-list treatment! The following quote is translated from the article linked above: "This Sunday, February the 17th, Tarzan won the... [Lire la suite]
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03 janvier 2019

Deities and Demigods: the true story from the writer himself!

One of the Holy Grails of Dungeons & Dragons fans over the world is the first printing of Deities and Demigods from 1979, because this version included two pantheons that were never printed again in subsequent printings: the gods from Michael Moorcocks's Elric the Necromancer novels, and the Cthulhu Mythos pantheon from H.P. Lovecraft. One could assume that it was because TSR didn't own the copyrights (it had occured before after all, notably when TSR published Warriors of Mars based on the Barsoom series by Edgar Rice Burroughs).... [Lire la suite]
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19 décembre 2018

#DialCodeSantaClaus (36:15 Code Père Noël aka Dealdly Games aka Game Over aka Hide and Freak), a magnificent movie!

I don't know why, I was convinced that I had already published a blog post about this movie. Apparently it wasn't the case. And it's more than a little shameful, because 36:15 Code Père Noël (Dial Code Santa Claus, which is apprently the title under which the film is released these days on a limited run in the United States) is really one of my favorite movies. Released in 1989, I did at the time what too many potential viewers did, I stayed home, in spite of some good critics. But I was weary of critics at this point because of too... [Lire la suite]
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13 décembre 2018

The Efficiency Expert by Edgar Rice Burroughs: liked it, almost...

[…] What's an efficiency expert?" "Oh, he's a fellow who gums up the works, puts you three weeks behind in less than a week and has all your best men resigning inside of a month. I know, because my dad had one at his plant a few years ago." Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Efficiency Expert   Small spoilers ahead! For a change of pace I decided that my next Edgar Rice Burroughs reading would be one of his attempts at a “realistic” story. So I made up my mind for The Efficiency Expert, written in 1919. What a strange little novel! ... [Lire la suite]
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