Category Archives: science fiction

Current projects

Just thought to let you know what I am up to… Now that I have killed a few books my hands itch for something new, and actually during the NaNo2024 I started on them already. First there is my long … Continue reading

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Today I will be hitting 75 followers…. I have no words.

… … … … But seriously people… I am quite stunned I am getting followers. Now I know I promised something special when I had hit 50 followers, but as it happened the same day the surprise project for that … Continue reading

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Day 27: Done!

I say it again. DONE! By writing down my inspiration for my tabletop roleplaying system, I have hit 100,009 words, Double NaNo. Good thing too, as this weekend was going to be a busy one. As I continue writing on … Continue reading

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Another book finished

Well, running NaNo really paid off, as I just found I have nailed down yet another book.  It was a massive writing spurt, 4 hours each day every day for  3 weeks, summing a grand total of 72755 words, 191 pages … Continue reading

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Foothold of Tethys Free Download!

I just wanted to note that I have put my first science fiction book up for free download. I did this because I believe in free sharing of information and because people who download free Ebooks are unlikely to buy … Continue reading

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Telepathic problems

Having three telepaths talk to each other by thought while the MC cannot hear what they are thinking is pretty tricky. I have to describe the conversation in body language and what he is actually told while still making some … Continue reading

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Goliath Crew manifest (1of2)

As I was writing Exodus of Mars, I found I needed a manifest of crew members of at least the command crew. As a Captain of a battleship, you would know these names as you have been through a lot … Continue reading

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Robots go to war

At daybreak a column of twenty Mechs* and nearly a hundred Saters* crossed the city, loaded with just about everything that was not bolted down in the factory. They marched in perfect order, which made windows tremble and woke people … Continue reading

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Mech’s and Saters – Exodus of Mars

I just like my brain sometimes. As he watched, a small reconnaissance vehicle sent up a dusty plume and zooming in on it, he recognized it carried a folded Mechanoid in the back loader. Mech’s, as they generally were called, … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2014

Just in case you all don’t know what this is, NaNoWriMo means National November Writing Month, though November Novel Writing Month would be a better description these days as it is no longer National. NaNoWriMo is a writing challenge in … Continue reading

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