Tag Archives: science fiction

My 2018 Reads that Include a FREE Book and Camp NaNo Brag

I love talking about my current fave books, almost as much as I love to brag. Permit me to start with myself or scroll down to discover your next fun read. I went to Camp NaNoWriMo in July and met … Continue reading

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End of 2017 Reads

December is my month to be overwhelmed with the holidays, and I’m on schedule with that. I’m working on one book submission (due this coming week) and two book proposals (due in January). Oh my. December is also my time … Continue reading

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I Finished July’s Camp NaNoWriMo & Links to Three Space Stories

I finished Camp NaNo last week. I took a NaNoWriMo manuscript from years ago and revised the first 55,000 words. The science fiction novel is better for it, and I’ll wear my badge proudly. In celebration of science, space, and heroes with … Continue reading

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February 2015 First Friday Breakfast with an Author

We are having breakfast with author Rebecca Lang. While other children played tag, Rebecca Lang spent her recesses reading novels in the clover. Knowing that she wanted to be an author, she created a Bachelor’s degree in Crafting Fantasy: Creative Writing, History, … Continue reading

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February 2014 First Friday Breakfast with an Author

Welcome to our February First Friday Breakfast with Michael H. Payne, an American science fiction and fantasy writer, cartoonist, and reviewer. He holds an M.A. in Classics from the University of California, Irvine, and has hosted the Darkling Eclectica, a radio program … Continue reading

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How Windows Encumber a Woman: A scene from The Legend of Hero Constance

My brother emailed a Kickstarter link for Colorado developer Judy Tyrer’s project Ever, Jane: a role-playing game set in Jane Austen’s Regency world. After becoming a backer, my thoughts turned to an old work in progress: The Legend of Hero Constance, … Continue reading

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November 2013 First Friday Breakfast with an Author

We are sharing our November First Friday Breakfast with author Lori Herter. She grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, graduated from the University of Illinois, Chicago Campus, and worked for several years at the Chicago Association of Commerce & Industry. … Continue reading

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