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Looking for Book Review: Dreaming in the Pit

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Everett Lloyd Deane replied to Wamuhu Mwaura's discussion Mythopoeia - My Troubles with the Art of Mythbuilding in the group Women in Black Science Fiction, Fantasy & Games
"Hi Wamuhu I too am a Bronxite writing speculative fiction mixing Orishas with Fringe Science.   World building is the hardest part of novel writing for me. It is the most rewarding too when it the character seem real in the world i have…"
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"I can do in depth editing: looking for continuity,consistency in world building, uniqueness of each characters voice, mapping character arc, fact checking and such. I have five years of production editing of scientific, technical, medical journals,…"
Jun 22, 2015
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July 10, 2015 at 3pm to July 12, 2015 at 4pm
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Jun 3, 2015
TYRONE E. HOLT replied to Everett Lloyd Deane's discussion Looking for Book Review: Dreaming in the Pit
"Do not concern yourself with book reviews.  If you can attend major fantasy and science ficion conventions go to the panels on authors works/never listen to good or bad book reviews.  Your first book should be the best writing you can…"
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Roxanne Bland replied to Everett Lloyd Deane's discussion Looking for Book Review: Dreaming in the Pit
"Robin: Since the book is available in electronic form, have you tried NetGalley? See my post for more information, or use this, which will take you to a FAQ: http://broaduniverse.org/use-netgalley-to-reach-book-reviewers-worl..."
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"Hi C. C. First a Healthy, Happy, Prosperous New year to you and yours! I'm a writer as well and I'd love to review your work! I've sent you a friend request so I can PM you. arm me with harmony, Robin Lee"
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I'm a digital media griot on a self-imposed exile from scientific discovery. I am working on the quantum truth of dark chocolate and take many naps to power this endeavor.
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First page of my graphic novel

Posted on June 1, 2012 at 11:10pm 1 Comment

I use Sketchbook Pro for my thumbnails and Manga Studio Debut to lay out the book.  I also draw thumbnails in pencil and scan into Sketchbook Pro.  This is my first attempt so the learning curve is quite high but the process is fun.  Like being a kid again!  I created a twelve page teaser and got some feedback.…


Cover of my graphic novel

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Working on my graphic novel Red Amygdala

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My blog on this is at redamygdala.wordpress.com

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If you like the Black Panther, then you'll really like what I have in mind for a comic book. 

I really like your art. I like it's simplicity. Let's talk soon. I'd like to introduce you to my alternate reality.

At 8:40am on February 16, 2012, Jarvis Sheffield - Admin said…

Robin, please post some of your work here for us to peep out. 

At 11:52pm on June 24, 2011, Edward Uzzle said…

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Sleuthing Antimatter...

Posted by Reginald L. Goodwin on May 24, 2017 at 7:31am 0 Comments

Two white dwarfs head toward a collision in this artist’s illustration. New research suggests that the Milky Way's preponderance of positrons could come from a specialized type of supernova from colliding low-mass white dwarfs — an explosion that is difficult to detect, but rich in an isotope that generates this kind of antimatter.

Credit: NASA/Tod Strohmayer (GSFC)/Dana Berry (Chandra X-Ray Observatory)
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Aluna's Encounter: The Fissure

Posted by Lauren on May 23, 2017 at 1:13pm 0 Comments

I planted my feet firmly on the ground. I never felt more connected to the planet where I stood than where I was right then in that moment. I took in a large, deep breath. It felt like I was breathing in the essence of crisp fresh snow.

And then I released.

This part of the plateau no one was allowed near. Off to the distance, I could see our city, Sheba, the buildings were made of gold and the streets were littered with diamonds and gems.

I zipped my jacket up and hid behind a large rock and waited.

The reason why people weren't allowed out this far from Sheba was because of the instability of the terrain. The scientists said that our world sometimes would converge with another world; a more dangerous world.

But this terrain was also where the agents came in and out of around this time of the evening. I wanted to see who they were bringing back this time.

A crackling of lightning and static happened…


Myth of Perfection...

Posted by Reginald L. Goodwin on May 23, 2017 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Researchers are trying to extract DNA from skeletons buried in the ancient Philistine cemetery of Ashkelon, in what is now Israel.

Topics: Biology, Diversity, Existentialism, Politics

“We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the…

MG Hardie's THEM Takes Humanity to That Sunken Place

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THEM by MG Hardie opens with the protagonist running for his life through a murky swamp. His clothes burned and his pursuer closing in on him. The novel takes the reader through a collapsing cave to South American sights and sounds to ocean depths to African castles to Middle Eastern…

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