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I update the blog as much as I can. I'm writing, you know.

Cover Reveal: Corpus Chrome Inc.

Cover Reveal: Corpus Chrome Inc.

  Who should be given a second chance at life?  Decades in the future Corpus Chrome, Inc. develops a robotic body, dubbed a “mannequin,” that can revive, sustain and interface with a cryonically-preserved human brain. Like all new technology, it is copyrighted. Hidden behind lawyers…

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GREENSHIFT Cover Reveal!

GREENSHIFT Cover Reveal!

Check out the awesome cover for Heidi Ruby Miller’s GREENSHIFT! A tale set within the world of Ambasadora. Mari’s rare eye color makes her a pariah within Upper Caste society, which is why she prefers plants to people…except David, the former Armadan captain who shuttles…

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Coming Soon – Aristeia Book 3: Tree of Liberty

Coming Soon – Aristeia Book 3: Tree of Liberty

Check out the description for the final book in a terrific trilogy! Aristeia Book 3: Tree of Liberty by Wayne BastaZeric Dustlighter has been a soldier his entire adult life. Give him a gun, and tell him who to shoot, and he’ll get the job…

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The New Phone Books are Here!

The New Phone Books are Here!

Actually, the 2010 Rhysling Anthology came my way in the mail this week. It’s a very nice looking publication. Very exciting! You should really go buy a copy!

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Night of a Billion (more) Stars

Night of a Billion (more) Stars

Stick this in your idea factory and write about it – A new discovery suggests that scientists were off on their original count of stars… by about a Billion. A Discovery News article says astronomers “may have underestimated the tally of galaxies in some parts…

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Go for launch!

Go for launch!

Woot.com is selling this excellent shirt today. Everyone wants a jet pack. Everyone!

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Now you have absolutely nothing to complain about

Now you have absolutely nothing to complain about

A few days ago I posted about the jetpack. Now, the other geek dream is hitting the market… the flying car. Discovery has a great story about a Boston area business that is starting tests on their airplane/car vehicle. You basically drive to the airport,…

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Man, do I miss the 70's (in a round-about, crazy, not-really way)!

Man, do I miss the 70's (in a round-about, crazy, not-really way)!

I was doing my mandatory community service… er cleaning out some of my boxes of crap when I came across this: Yep, an old-school Battlestar Galactica coloring and activity book, circa 1978. I was amazed at the content of the ‘activity’ book. It ranged from…

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You heard me. Giant. Styrofoam. Robots.

You heard me. Giant. Styrofoam. Robots.

Oh I wish I could attend this excellent exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art. It only goes until October 19th, though. Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon features the work of many artists, including Michael Salter’s packing foam robot creations like this one:…

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Sorry, nothing witty.

Sorry, nothing witty.

I have nothing to say about Joss Whedon’s upcoming midseason Fox drama, Dollhouse yet. I won’t cringe because I hear they’re doing script rewrites, I haven’t gone to check out any leaked pages or scripts. I’ll wait and just watch the show. I know the…

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