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New ways to read

I’ve been paying a bit of attention to the e-reader market. There are so many reasons why this is an awesome idea. Saving trees just for one. Saving space is another. There is no shipping involved, simply downloads, so e-readers will have a smaller impact on the environment. And last, ...

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Wife Writer Mom

***news flash!!!*** I finished. I turned in the manuscript for my book yesterday. I was approached less than five months ago to write it, and now it’s done! What a ride! Well, there are things to do. The book’s website to finish. I need to pitch some articles to magazines ...

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Progress on the Vue book

I’m on chapter ten now. This is a pretty interesting experience. I’m huge on double checking, and have found that I know less than I thought I did. In the process the coolest ideas are coming to mind. Unfortunately, I have no time for them just yet, but they may ...

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Book contract

The papers have been signed, so now I can let loose. I have a publisher! I’m writing a book! In fact, I am so busy writing this book that I barely have time to say more than that. I only have about six more weeks to finish it. My involvement ...

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Nervous

I have a project that I’ve submitted a proposal for. This is possibly the worst month for such a venture, what with the publishing industry taking a dive. I’m not sure if this particular niche is sheltered from the mayhem or not. I’ll find out tomorrow if I get it. ...

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The Tile Setters

My story is out at Intergalactic Medicine Show. The illustration really captures the heart of the story. Thanks to Kevin Wasden for that. An issue at IGMS is US 2.50. I’ve been reading this magazine from its first issue and the stories are always a great treat. It is awesome ...

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3D World writing

I’ve been writing tutorials for 3DWorld this year. Vladimir and I are responsible for the Earth segment of that issue. It’s a gig that I’ve lamented about distracting from the work of writing fiction, but I have to admit that I do enjoy doing every part of it. First we ...

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