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Even in the Future, Not Everyone Has Everything and It Doesn’t All Work Either

Even in the Future, Not Everyone Has Everything and It Doesn't All Work Either

I’m editing my first NaNovel right now. I’m thinking about how a restaurant would work in the future, what would actually change, and really, in the background…? I’m thinking not so much. Tomatoes still have to be chopped, cheese shredded,

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Writer’s Guide to Creating a Science Fiction Universe.

Writer's Guide to Creating a Science Fiction Universe.

Despite my last post on “Grist for the Mill” I know that I don’t feed my muses as much as I ought. I’m pretty busy trying to stay on top of my job, my child, my college career, my publishing

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The Random Research Stage

The Random Research Stage

I’m working on Lukas and Alan for Goodreads. I’m researching a lot of things I didn’t know I was going to need to know. Rescued Greyhounds. Old cemeteries (and the difference between a cemetery and a churchyard!) Lightning strikes, Chinese

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I love SCIENCE

I love SCIENCE

“Advanced civilizations may live safely inside the supermassive black holes in the galactic nuclei without being visible from the outside,” he says.

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SCIENCE!

I love science. It’s so…science-y. So sexy. The internet is indeed for porn. SCIENCE PORN. (Do you have that song in your head now? You’re welcome.) It seems attempts at making babies in micro-gravity may encounter difficulties not experienced in

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So Frakkin’ Cool

ZOMG, I love science.

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