Embracing the Super-Soldier Cliche

From Achilles to Captain America, Perseus to Luke Skywalker, our stories have been saturated with soldier heroes. We play them in our video games, we read them in science fiction; super soldiers who have the strength to fight when others fall behind. AVAILABLE September 8, 2020 We love them because they fill us with hope.… Continue reading Embracing the Super-Soldier Cliche


Daphnis Up Close – For Science Fiction

Daphnis was discovered back in 2005 by the Cassini mission team. Before that, scientists had suggested that there was a moon there based on the ripples they could see in the Keeler Gap, but hadn’t any solid proof it was there since… you know… the planet is so far away from us. What the mission… Continue reading Daphnis Up Close – For Science Fiction

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Writing and Business and the In-Between

As of this evening my novelette "Torven" has a completed rough draft. Given its very small length (16006 words) I have been toying around with the idea of giving it away for free or really, really cheap (after it's gone through a rigorous editing) which has led me to the normal marketing spiel/debate. I've been… Continue reading Writing and Business and the In-Between


Self-Publishing Journal Entry #4 (I think?) — AKA, “DANGIT, HYDRA!”

Dear Diary, I spent New Years Eve sick on my couch. I did not have the joy of watching the infamous "potato drop" in my home town. I could not smell the glorious turkey breast as it was cooking in my crockpot (Thank you to my Grandmother and to my Aunt Debbie for passing along… Continue reading Self-Publishing Journal Entry #4 (I think?) — AKA, “DANGIT, HYDRA!”