Tag Archives: Star Wars

Machete Order

Although I write SciFi and have been a Star Wars fan all my life, I had not heard of “Machete Order” until yesterday. It came up when a facebook friend asked what order her daughter should watch the Star Wars movies. I … 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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The Kessel Run

SciFi Question of the Day: Could You Make the Kessel Run in Less Than Twelve Parecs? Facebook Answers:   MissKat Orta I went around the Maw black hole cluster to save distance.     Melissa Conway No, I could not because a true parsec … Continue reading

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SciFi Question of the Day: Your Lightsaber is Actually a Sonic Screwdriver

SciFi Question of the Day: You wake up in a cell on an Imperial Starship. From the next cell over you hear someone say “You’re a little short for a storm trooper…” You reach for your lightsaber, only to realize … Continue reading

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Interview With Amber Lin

Amber Lin writes erotic romance with damaged souls and deep emotion. Her debut novel Giving It Up (Loose Id, 9781611188431) received The Romance Review’s Top Pick, Night Owl Top Pick, and 5 Blue Ribbons from Romance Junkies. RT Book Reviews … Continue reading

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Interview With Michael Interbartolo III

Michael Interbartolo III is the In Situ Field Test Project Manager at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. He is responsible for overseeing the design, test and integration of the first generation system that will process representative Martian soil and atmosphere to produce … Continue reading

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Interview With Elysia Whisler

Elysia was born in Texas, but was whisked off to Italy 2 weeks later.  The gypsy years of her youth were spent on the road or in military quarters. When asked to compress, she says her childhood was spent in … Continue reading

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Interview With Ethan Stone

Ethan Stone is the author of several M/M romances, all available from Dreamspinner Press. He is in love with an amazing man who also drives him nuts.   Living in a Nevada town that is neither Reno nor Las Vegas, he … Continue reading

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Han Shot First

When I first started my blog, I planned to carefully type every post into MS Word, proofread it carefully, and then copy and paste it into a well formatted blog entry. That lasted a day. I do sometimes start with … Continue reading

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