Monthly Archives: March 2015

Currently working on…

Take it as given that I am shamelessly procrastinating instead of working on schoolwork as well. Some more editing of my “Serenity” article to make it less of a review than it currently is and more of a philosophical reflection. … Continue reading

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Yeah, it’s not good

So on the Baen publishing house website they have in their free library section selections from “The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”, a collection of the best Holmes pastiches of the last 30 years…at least supposedly. I hope that’s not … Continue reading

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For the First, and Hopefully not the Last Time…

…I get to share positive press of my work. Here is praise for “Take Up Your Cross”, from author Edward Lerner: All the stories were — for my taste — well worth reading, and I found these especially thought-provoking: “An … Continue reading

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EVERYBODY Looks Like People

A fan said they “Can’t see Dumbledore as gay”. That’s it. They “can’t see him in that way”. Rowling’s response? “Maybe because gay people just look like…people,” This is a mindbogglingly stupid comment. I’m trying to write why, but there … Continue reading

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Justified

MAJOR spoilers below. Like, massive. You’ve been warned. *          *          * AVA SHOT BOYD AVA SHOT BOYD AVA SHOT BOYD IN FRONT OF RAYLAN That is all.

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One Thing About “Awake in the Night Land”

I was not as in love with “The Last of All Suns” as much as everybody else seemed to be, but I will say this: The final line of the story, and by extension of “Awake in the Night Land”, … Continue reading

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Cogs Starting to Turn

I have e-mailed several excellent and high profile authors recently and asked them if they were interested in contributing to a project I am working on. I don’t want to give away any information on it until enough authors have … Continue reading

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