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Running Away

Tomorrow, I’m running away. Just for the week. You see, I’m turning 30. One of the big ones. And I wanted to do something just for me. So it was suggested that I take some time off and head out to … Continue reading

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How Prolific Are You?

I follow a blog of local author James R. Tuck, and yesterday he posted an update on what he’s up to these days. His list of upcoming projects is impressive. Several novels are in progress, a couple of anthologies, and more. … Continue reading

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One step forward

I have a good wife. Last night she looked at me and said, “Go write.” She can be very persuasive. So I sat down in my little writing nook in the guest room and pumped out a few pages. I can’t … Continue reading

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The Faulty Pleasurebot by Lawrence Pearce

The Faulty Pleasurebot by Lawrence Pearce. I wanted to show another example of a writer putting out some free work. “The Faulty Pleasurebot” runs along the lines of Blade Runner. A future earth dominated by flashy electronics and androids. While I … Continue reading

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SLIP DRIVE: Free today on Amazon

Get your copy of SLIP DRIVE for free today on Amazon, for you Kindle or Kindle App device. If you enjoyed it, or hated it, I encourage you to leave a review on the Amazon page. Let me know what you … Continue reading

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Updated SLIP DRIVE Cover

After having a few more eyes on the cover, here is an update version:     This better represents a bit more of what goes on inside the story. And keep your eyes peeled, this one will be announced very … Continue reading

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Cover for SLIP DRIVE

Slip Drive   Teleportation–a dream for all man kind–has become reality. Dr. Kalvin Yearsling stands on the brink of changing the world with his creation–The Slip Drive. A quantum engine, able to move matter across distance in only moments. Exhaustive … Continue reading

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On Tomorrow’s Post

Tomorrow I’ll be talking about my adventures into Kindle Direct Publishing. It’s only been a week, but I think I have some interesting thoughts on this new(ish) method of getting your work out there. In the mean time I’ll get … Continue reading

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