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Archon 41 Panel Schedule

TweetIf you’re in the St. Louis area and attending Archon 41 this weekend (Sept 29 – Oct 1), I will be in attendance and sitting on a number of panels.  Please look me up and say hello if you’re going to … Continue reading

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The SF&F Binge Reader Bundle

TweetThe Digital Sea Bundle is one of ten collections in the SF&F Binge Reader Bundle on StoryBundle.  This is a crazy good deal as you’ll get 19 novels and countless short stories, but it’s only available for a few weeks, … Continue reading

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New Covers – The Digital Sea Trilogy

TweetWhile I loved the original covers of The Digital Sea and The Godhead Machine for their retro-style, they never quite connected with readers.  Since my beautiful and talented wife has taken over cover design for my books, I asked her … Continue reading

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Toyota Fun-Vii = Gamers FunCar

TweetIn my Gamers trilogy people use auto-driving FunCars to get around while playing augmented reality games along the way.  The cars can be customized to look like anything you want them to.  The Toyota Fun-Vii concept video seems like a … Continue reading

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New Release — Fires of Alexandria

Tweet                         Why are certain inventors, philosophers and other learned folk more famous than others?  One might assume it’s the impact of their inventions that decide the future brain … Continue reading

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Ender’s Gamification

Tweet Ender’s Game is a classic piece of literature disguised as a YA novel.  I’m not sure why I decided to reread it, except that it was on my Kindle and I noticed a new forward by Orson Scott Card, … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading List: Spring 2011

TweetI love learning about what other people are reading. I’m always in search of a good book, regardless of genre. If you’ve met me in person before, and if we’ve had any length of discussion, you’ve probably had me ask … Continue reading

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