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2015 Awards – Eligible Fiction

          It’s January– time to offer up a list of my eligible fiction for consideration for the Hugo and Nebula awards. If you are eligible to vote in the Nebulas or Hugos, please consider my work. … Continue reading

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Happy Solstice – Writing Year 2015

Here it is, the shortest day of the year. A time to celebrate the end of darkness and return of the light.  It’s the time of year I review my accomplishments against the goals I set for myself twelve months ago, … Continue reading

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Canopus Award Finalist

Maybe you can’t feel the sense of delight I got last week when I was notified that my novella, STARS THAT MAKE DARK HEAVEN LIGHT has been named a finalist in the very first 100 Year Starship Canopus Awards for … Continue reading

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Reflections on Sasquan

Sasquan is over. I’m home again after five days in Spokane (which will forever be remembered as ‘Smokane’ by many, including yours truly). On Friday, the smoke inside the buildings was almost as thick as outside. This WorldCon was fun, … Continue reading

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Having Written Feels Better Than Anything

Dorothy Parker once said, “I hate writing, I love having written.” I don’t hate writing, but this week has certainly proven to me that having written feels better than (almost) anything. I completed the arguably final revisions to my thriller … Continue reading

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Some Things Are Better in a Crowd

Some things are better in a crowd. Book signings, for example. I had my first solo at a book signing today. The event was at a Barnes & Noble bookstore a few miles from me. I was excited to do … Continue reading

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Release Day #WOTF31

Here it is, the big day. L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future volume 31 in now available in paperback or as an e-book from all your favorite retailers (brick-and-mortar bookstores, too). I’m proud of my winning story, “Stars that … Continue reading

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