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There are three different types of things I like to read when I’m not feeling well. I’ll give everyone a few examples of each one.
All of these comic strips tend to be a mish-mash of whatever it is their creators have been thinking about recently. There are few if any continuous storylines in them. That makes it hard to explain them to new readers but also a great deal of fun to explore. We never know what might pop up in them next!
Humorous Blog Posts and Essays
If you enjoy medical humour, this doctor’s blog is fantastic.
Sadly, this hasn’t been updated in almost two years, but the archives are filled with some wonderful posts.
Michael and I have been friends for so long that I no longer remember how we met. If you haven’t already scrolled through his site after reading his previous WWBC posts, I highly recommend doing so sometime. He blogs about everything from his strange dreams, to snippets of the stories he’s working on, to recaps of the amazing D&D games he organizes for his kids.
Not everything he writes is necessarily funny, but when he writes humorous stuff he truly excels at it.
I’ve chosen not link to specific tales from these magazines because of how particular I am about my science fiction and fantasy. In general, I find that all three of these publications do an excellent job of selecting unique, well-developed stories that show off under-appreciated authors in the SFF genre. If you have any interest at all in speculative fiction, I do recommend scrolling through these links to see what might appeal to you.
Click here to read everyone else’s replies to this week’s question. The image below is the list of upcoming prompts for this blog hop.