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I Swear I’m Alive

Yes, me.  What have I been doing all this time?  Not writing; I’ve been game-testing a lot, actually.  In case you haven’t heard, there’s a very intriguing game in Alpha currently, called “Project Gorgon”.  Game-testing is something I like to … Continue reading

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Strength in Numbers (of blocks?)

This post was inspired by a LiveJournal entry by a friend of mine, author Jim C Hines.  He did a talk recently on sexism and kick-butt heroines in Science Fiction and Fantasy.  We’ve seen them in books countless times, certainly; … Continue reading

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a hard habit to break: dystopia, utopia, dark fantasy/sf and the in-between

I’m always writing dystopias and dark fantasy/sf.  Cherryn and her whole series (and spinoffs) are dark/dystopian.  Much of Kritter (though not all) is dark fantasy, even with little people and elves running around.  I even have one world where its … Continue reading

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An Infinite Number of Possibilities

I get asked a lot about where I get ideas; I think other than “where can I get your book?” that has to be the second-most common question people have for writers.  My own answer is, “anywhere and everywhere.” I … Continue reading

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