Monthly Archives: August 2015

Favorite Passages in Literature…

Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card. The alien hive-mind Buggers launched two devastating interplanetary fleets against Earth, and humanity barely emerged victorious from the conflict. No third fleet is sighted, but none can rest easy. Earth begins drafting child geniuses into … Continue reading

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Currently Reading…

The Riddle-Master of Hed, by Patricia A. McKillip. The premise: in a fantasy island realm, Morgan, the Prince of Hed, is discovered by his siblings to have secretly won a crown in a riddle-contest with the cursed ghost of King Peven, … Continue reading

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Done.

Finished the final edit of Übermensch, and submitted the manuscript to the studio for eBook formatting. On the home stretch now! Will release it before the end of October. Stay tuned.

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Progress Report

Still doing the final edit of Übermensch, but almost done. Made a lot of great subtle changes to it overall in the last few days, as well. Sometimes you just need to look at things from a different perspective, and … Continue reading

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Favorite Passages in Literature…

Feast of Souls, by C.S Friendman. This book is set in a world of medieval intrigue, where dread Magisters,  immortal male sorcerers of unholy power, serve the Kings of man to while away the long centuries, and plot dark machinations. Kamala … Continue reading

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Progress Report

Still working on the military science fiction, which is nearing the home stretch for finished pre-writing, and editing the urban supernatural, and also doing a final edit of the far future hard science fiction story… which now has a title, … Continue reading

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Favorite Passages in Literature…

Diaspora, by Greg Egan. This book is set 1000 years in the future, and humanity has split into three seperate forms: consciousness in a virtual landscape called a polis, consciousness in a robot body called a gleisner, and humanity as it has … Continue reading

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