Monthly Archives: March 2014

Opening Day

“[Baseball] breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill … Continue reading

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Sunday Progress Report

For an unknown author’s first short story, in its first half a week of release, “Donuts and Disasters” has done remarkably well. Independent Flight (formerly First Dog in the Fight) is now just under 12,000 words, meaning it’s past the halfway … Continue reading

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Free trader: MSS Arrant Knave, Registry Number MSS-407734121A

The free trader Arrant Knave is an example of the light cargo vessels plying the spacelanes of the galaxy. She’s a century-old Davian Drive Consortium DC-42 light cargo ship. She has four holds that can each carry up to six standard 12-meter … Continue reading

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Liquid Water Discovered on Surface of Minnesota

Originally posted on The Fourth Crown:
FORT LAUDERDALE—In a press conference held Tuesday morning, NASA officials have announced the discovery of liquid water on the surface of the region commonly referred to as Minnesota. The discovery has come as a…

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“Buy my book!”

Sometimes I worry that an author blog right after release day sounds a lot like this.

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Behind a Curtain of Stars: Donuts and Disasters

So “Donuts and Disasters” is the first short story of the saga of Aquarius Ascendant, or what I’ve been calling for short the “Veryverse.” Oddly enough, it was mostly written as a dry run for some of my sci-fi concepts (particularly … Continue reading

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Donuts and Disasters is now live on Amazon! The start of my self-publishing adventure has arrived!

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