My Intolerance of Intolerance

I have seen several social media posts over the last few months that scare me. One even caused a rift in my own family that has left us forever divided. But I am haunted by two posts in particular.  One was made to look like a page from a book. It said, “If your religion … Continue reading My Intolerance of Intolerance

Warrior’s Blood Re-Release

Warrior’s Blood, book 2 in the Warrior Chronicles, has gone live all over the place – Amazon, Apple, B&N, and many, many more places. If you can’t find it at your preferred source, be patient – it’s out there in the netisphere, but it takes awhile for repopulation, you know. Ah, back when Cort’s time … Continue reading Warrior’s Blood Re-Release

Physics. Again.

While my blogs are probably going to go back and forth between writing and the current events of the world, I am an author, so writing should take center stage, write? I mean right? I often find myself looking at a mass of files and random scenes trying to either make sense of it all, … Continue reading Physics. Again.

Warning: Best when consumed by the publication date.

One of the things that is very important to me about my writing is that I can claim the sub-genre Hard Science Fiction. I have a few stories in my head that don’t fit the category, but The Warrior Chronicles  are firmly there. What that means is that my technology, my science, my books have to be plausible, and I won’t just … Continue reading Warning: Best when consumed by the publication date.

Surprise! I’m an Impostor!

A few years ago, my wife got a big promotion. She went from being a worker-bee to being a queen-bee. The most amazing part about it was that very few people at her license level had been promoted to that position. And she is damned good at her job. The productivity levels of the buildings … Continue reading Surprise! I’m an Impostor!

Jack of All Trades, Master of One

One of the things I have been most struck by in my journey to become a published (albeit self-published) science fiction writer is the amount of work it really takes. It’s not just writing down your daydreams. I can’t speak for romance writers, mystery writers or authors of other genres, but the amount of research … Continue reading Jack of All Trades, Master of One


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