This is an entertaining tale from the point of view of the controlling programs for the cybernetic implants of a young man, known to them as User. Each of these programs controls a specific function, so I guess you could call them the device driver programs. The story is about a young man with […]Read more "I Love Armd"
An portion of a short fact sheet of the same name Introduction You spend a week, or a month, or a year or more, writing your book. You make your way through the tangled web, which is modern publishing. Then, you wait. The sales start to trickle in. Maybe you get lucky, one of the […]Read more "Promotion Cheatsheet for Indie Authors"
Dreamer of Dreams by Ray Dacolias My rating: 5 of 5 stars I Saw It a Little Differently This book is a set of four well-written stories, each one different from the other three, and each one with something important to say. The stories flowed in an enjoyable way, the editing was first rate, and […]Read more "A Review Of Dreamer of Dreams"
A review of Deluge, Edited by Allen Taylor I have a lot of respect for the work of the Editor of this multi-Author volume of Deluge related stories. Mr. Taylor has gone to a lot of work to put it together. I know this, for a fact. Getting multiple Authors to go along with any […]Read more "This One has Street Cred"
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Process or Program? This is for all those unfortunate writers (like me) who aren’t blessed with the ability to start writing and keep writing a complete story without the need to stop and outline or at least brainstorm a plan for the flow of the plot. Frankly I don’t…
A Review of Dhungwana 2117: A captivating sci-fi novel: The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117-3451) Part 1 This is an interesting mix of science fiction, social commentary, and what I like to call Harbinger Fiction. Harbinger Fiction is the sort of fiction that loves to scream of things to come, regardless of other genre evoking elements. […]Read more "A Normal World"