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Favorite Passages in Literature…

Old Man’s War, by John Scalzi This book is classic military science fiction set in a future where humanity has spread out across a hostile universe. On Earth: John Perry is an old man who just turned 75, which means … Continue reading

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Progress Report

Things have been very busy. Writing the new hard science fiction story again and will likely┬ádouble my daily writing output soon. Also: the final editing pass of the military science fiction story is drawing to a close, although I am … Continue reading

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Annihilation, by Jeff VanderMeer. The premise: on an Earth much like our own, a foreign presense bleeds through the local fabric of reality, creating the mysterious Area X. Government expeditions sent inside of its boundary find a land reclaimed by … Continue reading

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Writing the new fantasy story again, which is coming along well. This one is quite different. Editing of the military science fiction novel is still progressing for its release next month, and work on the cover proceeds. Will be switching … Continue reading

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Favorite Passages in Literature…

The Last Unicorn, by Peter S. Beagle This book is set in a magical past almost forgotten by its own people. Within an untouched lilac wood far off the beaten path, a lone unicorn lives its days in immortal certainty … Continue reading

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Making some changes to the back half of the new science fiction story, which is moving into more action and intrigue. Editing of the military science fiction story to be released late May is now halfway complete. Also: editing of … Continue reading

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The World of Ice and Fire, by George R.R Martin, Elio Garcia, and Linda Antonsson. The premise: a learned historian has decided to write a full accounting of Westeros history from the earliest known records of the Dawn Age to … Continue reading

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