Monthly Archives: May 2012

If I’m Getting Ahead, Why Am I Behinder Than I Was?

Today (read “today” as “since my last long sleep mode”… it is now 2:30 am but I can’t technically consider midnight to be the separator of one day from another) I knocked out not just one but three sets of … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Multiple Moons

SciFi Question of the Day: How careful do I have to be in my descriptions if I say the planet where my story is set has 3 moons? Can I say things like “All three moons were visible at dusk…” … Continue reading

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Figure Out What Works, Then Change It

Yeah. That wasn’t supposed to make sense. But how often in life do find ourselves doing something for odd, convoluted reasons that just don’t seem to make sense? Like my current sleep schedule. Which is largely shared by my 4yo. … Continue reading

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Interview With Homer Hickam

Homer Hickam is probably best known for his classic memoir Rocket Boys which was made into the 1999 movie October Sky.  He is also a bestselling and award-winning author of more than a dozen other books including his military history … Continue reading

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Felt Tips

Felt Tips This December, on 12-12-12, I will have my first story published. I’m so excited! It’s a SciFi erotic short called In the Closet, for an anthology of of office-supply related erotica. Felt Tips is the dream child of … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Cloning Tesla

SciFi Question of the Day: If we could successfully clone Nicola Tesla as an embryo, then an infant, how should he be raised and educated, and by whom? Google Plus Answers:   Jenn Thorson  Well, you KNOW Angelina Jolie will be trying … Continue reading

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Interview With Scarlett Parrish

Scarlett Parrish lives in the U.K. in the small corner of her flat not currently overrun by books. She can often be found drooling over James Purefoy or searching for the perfect chocolate bar. She believes most fleshpeoples (except James) … Continue reading

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Quickie

No musing blog post this time, just a quick “How’s it going?” for #ROW80. Goals are good! Tonight I’m working on finishing my last proofreading assignment before I turn in my resignation. I’ll be concentrating on the Pangalactic Sojourners series … Continue reading

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Yeah, Write.

“Just write the best book you possibly can.” That’s the advice we hear over and over, and at its heart, it is very true. However… Yeah. That’s a big however. Don’t write less than 50,000 words and expect to market … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Time Traveler’s Naïveté

SciFi Question of the Day: If a person from the 29th century was stranded in our time, what possibly deadly mistakes might they make out of naïveté? Facebook Answers:   Daniel Beard steps down an elevator shaft thinking it is a drop … Continue reading

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