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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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Children of the Moon

Second part in the Foothold of Tethys trilogy. After the Earth has built it’s first lunar base, the occupants find themselves trapped in the highly regulated and commercial business world where they are used as cheap labor force. With their bodies … Continue reading

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Children of the Moon

Well, it’s official… the basic story for Children of the Moon, prequel to Foothold of Tethys is finished. Here is the current cover:   The story follows Danielle Andrews  in one of the darkest times for the people living under … Continue reading

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Children of the Moon basic story finished

Fck… I think I just finished the first prequel to Foothold of Tethys, Children of the Moon. :S Everything that is left to say is just background noise to this point of the story and will only kill the story. … Continue reading

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Future Fiction

Alright, I want to make a case here for decent science in science fiction. Imagining a just about unlimited power source as dilithium crystals is just not science to me  and so I have a problem calling Startrek science fiction. … Continue reading

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