Annoying, repetitive music, crowded stores, and ads…. So many ads!
SO HERE’S ONE MORE!
It’s the holidays and this year why not show how much you really care, with this…
Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Novel.
(This is why I’m not in Marketing.)
But seriously, it is that time of year, and MechaPanda has some awesome gift Ideas!
You can now share your Mecha Panda pride with the rest of the world.
I, personally, have a couple. Wear’em all the time.
THE FALL OF THE ELEVENTH CITY WAS WHAT SHOOK THE EARTH, BUT IT WAS MANKIND WHO BROUGHT THE WORLD TO ITS KNEES…
This is a story of a wanderer name Wallflower, a package named Jace and their journey to move on and confront the echoes of mankind’s past. The flying cities were constructed in a time of need driven by hope, and fueled by ambition. The end results however, cast an unintentional shadow upon those still making a home below.
REVOLUTIONS HAVE ALWAYS QUESTIONED WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN, BUT THIS ONE IS ASKING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A MACHINE…
To Calista Ridley, an android is an android, just like heroes are little more than fairy tales. She knows the world is far from perfect, and that human nature is not something to be proud of. But she also sees the storm forming on the horizon. As a pilot of Voltza, her past decisions are set to shape the future in a way no one could have predicted.
BY SEEKING TO PRESERVE THE PAST, NO ONE SAW WHAT HAD ARRIVED TO GREET THE WORLD IN THE PRESENT…
For Ezra Kane, there is only black or white as far as history is concerned. As a Chronicler of Hereford, his purpose is to preserve as much of the past as his resources will allow. But when the city begins shifting into the familiar unrest that plagued the surface below, the path to peace becomes buried in a void of grey. Sometimes the answers we seek lie between the lines, and no matter what we do history is destined to repeat itself.
As T.J’s friend, I think the idea of someone getting one of her books, as a gift, is so amazing. Then that person may recommend it to someone else, and so on. Well, that’s the dream anyways. But actually, not just as her friend, I do think her work is good enough to snowball like that.So, I really hope that this holiday season a few more snowflakes can be added to her snowball. Giving someone a book, is not only a nice gesture, but it adds to the story itself. It creates a community that may or may not interact much at all. However, that community adds to the story. Stories always have, and always will, bring us together.