Monthly Archives: March 2016

Favorite Passages in Literature…

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams This book is a classic. First in a series, but more than satisfying enough to read on its own, it tells the story of one Arthur Dent, a delightfully ho hum everyman living … Continue reading

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The Last Kingdom, by Bernard Cornwell. The premise: in a dark ages, divided England, a young English boy is second in line to inherit his family’s Kingdom after his father Uhtred and his older brother Uhtred. But life is hard, harsh, … Continue reading

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Progress Report

Writing the new science fiction story again, but editing has taken priority: 95% done with the final pass of the Nightglory 3rd Edition, and more than halfway done with the first pass of the military science fiction story (May 2016). Next … Continue reading

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Favorite Passages in Literature

The Darkness That Comes Before, by R. Scott Bakker One of my personal favorites, this is a fantasy story heavily influenced by philosophy, science fiction and apocolypse. The main character, Kellhus, has been raised at the frozen edge of the godless northern … Continue reading

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Progress Report

The new cover for the Nightglory 3rd Edition is now complete, and the final editing pass of the text itself is more than halfway done. This is coming together strongly, and I am extremely proud of the work. Goldenslaughter’s story will finally fulfill … Continue reading

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