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Bruce Sterling Is Wrong About Augmented Reality

TweetBruce Sterling is wrong about Augmented Reality. First off, I want to express that I have the utmost respect for Bruce Sterling as both a writer and a visionary.  As a longtime fan of cyberpunk and science fiction in general, … Continue reading

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A Collection of Fantastic Books and Stories

TweetOne of the perks of being a writer is being friends with other writers.  I often get to read novels and stories before they’re published and cheer them on when they are.  The writers I regularly chat with about the … Continue reading

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A Blustery Spring Day

TweetThe day is too nice to be inside and I’ve got a hundred and twenty pound labrador retriever following me around, wanting to go on a run, so I’m going to keep this one short. The first quarter of this year has … Continue reading

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A New Cover – Sagan’s Law

TweetPeople really do judge a book by its cover.  I’m a cover snob myself.  Unless I know the author’s work already, a cover will make or break my buying decision in the bookstore after reading the premise.  Hell, I won’t … Continue reading

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New Short Story: The Unbelievers

TweetThrough my publisher, Black Moon Books, I’m pleased to be releasing another short story: The Unbelievers. I’ll hit you with a description of the novelette first. Power exists through the illusion of belief… Stephen’s sister dies slowly from a wasting … Continue reading

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Wrangling with eBook Data

TweetLast week at the Dean & Kris workshops, the topic of dealing with ebook data came up from a number of the participants.  The various epub sites will dump data into Excel for accounting and tracking purposes, but once a … Continue reading

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A Fantastic Week in Oregon

TweetWhew. Today I’m an exhausted but happy writer.  Last week I had the pleasure of being involved with two Dean & Kris workshops on the Oregon coast.  The atmosphere, learning and people were fantastic. The week was nothing short of mind-blowing … Continue reading

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Headed to Oregon

TweetHeaded to Oregon for the week to hang out with a group of writer friends and work on our craft.  Looking forward to a week focused on writing and the business of writing.  Should be a fantastic week.  Last time … Continue reading

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Why Write About Augmented Reality?

TweetBesides the immediate surly replies of “Because” or “Why not?” (my parental mind is leaking through here), I think it’s an interesting question and one I’ve encountered before, including a recent tangential discussion in the comments section about AR and eBooks. … Continue reading

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Music for The Digital Sea

TweetYou might be wondering, based on the title of this post, if I have a soundtrack for my novel The Digital Sea.  That would be ludicrous, of course.  But, wow, it would be cool.  Music is an integral part of my … Continue reading

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