Tag Archives: SciFi

The IF in SciFi

I am constantly amazed at the insightful, well-informed, funny and ironic answers I get on my SciFi Question of the Day. Of course I get trolls, too, and the inevitable random “Hey! That’s not science fiction!” comment, but most of … Continue reading

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Pondering NaNoWriMo

ROW80 goals? Cruising by on the minimum. Preparing to ramp up for the fourth round. My eyes are bigger than my stomach. I’ve learned to deal with this, and I’m now OK with throwing away food instead of stuffing it … Continue reading

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Interview With Traci Loudin

Today I’m thrilled to interview my friend Traci Loudin, spec fic author extraordinaire! I’m Traci Loudin, author of The Last of the Ageless, a post-apocalyptic adventure set more than three centuries in the future. My books combine science fiction and … Continue reading

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Happy Release Day GRANDS!

Huzzah! The new story from The Cities of Luna┬áis now available! You can find the story wherever e-books are sold: Amazon Apple Barnes & Noble Kobo OmniLit Smashwords Sharing a birthday not only with each other but the founding of … Continue reading

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WAIT!

My ROW80 Update for the Week You know that wagon I fell off of last week? It drove off without me. I ran behind it for a while, tripping over my own feet while yelling “HEY! Wait up!” Alas, it … Continue reading

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What Did I Do This Week?

Ehrm… It’s transition time. I’ve sent one project out to beta readers, finished polishing a short and sent it to a publisher, and started writing a new story that will be either novel or novella length. I find myself planning … Continue reading

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February Has Arrived

I had hoped to be finished with Revision 02 of the duology by the end of February. Alas, ’twas not to be. But I’m close. I eliminated a couple of entire scenes, and discovered that with my newly adjusted timeline, … Continue reading

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Casualties of Career

It is assumed, and likely true, that most writers begin as voracious readers. When I was little, used bookstores were ‘anything goes’ when shopping with my father. He also passed down most the the SciFi he read, from John DeChancie, … Continue reading

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Interview with Jen Leigh

Jen Leigh is the acquisitions editor at Distinguished Press. My stories for The Cities of Luna are currently in her care. She claims editors have no bios, so Karyn Pearson, another Distinguished Press author wrote one for her. She was … Continue reading

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On the First Day of NaNoWriMo, My True Love Gave to Me…

It’s the first week of NaNoWriMo and I’m OK. Just OK. Not great, not even comfortable, but OK. At the dawn of day 5, my word count is a nice even 7k. I was above the line until yesterday, then … Continue reading

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