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The novel will be back from the readers in a few days. I would expect that it will take a week or two to edit again, and then time for the cover to be completed, following which it will at … Continue reading
Stand Against the Light is out at Editors, all of whom have lives, but editing may be done within a week. I have a hard deadline for revising a technical paper, and am vigorously at work making the needed revisions. … Continue reading
containing my short story “Kidnapped” is out on Amazon. https://amazon.com/gp/product/B095T3C7S7
NefferCon–the Con that Neffer Ends See it now at https://mewe.com/group/60a9bfa0d982f519ecc95c14 MeWe is much like FaceBook; you join it, then you go to the above link. Authors: There is a specific page for advertising your books.
I had several scenes I found for the sequel to Against Three Lands and am adding them.
I also edit four SF fanzines. The draft table of contents of The N3F Review of Books incorporating Prose Bono was just created: Draft contents for next N3F Review of Books…More reviews welcome Fiction A Pale Dawn Book Eight of … Continue reading
Chapter Four Pacific Isle Cloud, Star, Comet and Aurora nibbled at their meal. Star had heated milk and oatmeal, browned toast, and fried ham and green tomatoes. The sound of breaking waves provided a gentle background for their conversation. A … Continue reading
The novel is now out at readers and kibitzers. The readers who have answered gave some specific suggestions that can be carried out. The novel should appear sometime next month or so. There has been real progress in getting scientific … Continue reading
Dai finally remembered to plug his headphones into one of the ubiquitous data ports. “Post Eight Forward, reporting,” he said. He had silence for a response. He could hear but not see the explosions as the battalion’s 120mm mortars engaged … Continue reading