Category Archives: George R. R. Martin

Too Many Books?

I’m serious. I’m moving in a couple months, going from a three-bedroom to a one-bedroom (with no garage). I’m not really worried about losing the square footage. Three years ago, when I moved from Idaho to Oregon, I only had … Continue reading

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Sharpening the Blade

Slowly but surely, I’m closing in on the final stages of my latest work on progress, GLAMOUR.  It will be my third complete novel in three years.  I am gratified to see that my writing is much better than the … Continue reading

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2012 MISCON Writers Track

 I’m back from dark and damp Missoula, Montana, home of  MISCON.  This was my first time to Montana, and only my second Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention.  Unlike the World Con I attended in Reno last year which hosted … Continue reading

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We are the WorldCon

I’m off like a dirty shirt – to the 69th annual World Science Fiction (and Fantasy) Convention in Reno, Nevada; “RENOvation” for short.  I’ve never been to any kind of fan “Con” before.  To be honest, I decided to go … Continue reading

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