Afrofuturism is on the Radar once again, and this time we explore its relationship to Cyberpunk, a related Science Fiction genre.
Cyberpunk is a…
This is a story I wrote a long time ago that I updated and uploaded to the Kindle platform being that I heard that this is the way to wealth, fame and riches. It's being offered for free on the Kindle. I definitely like the new cover. Has some slightly disturbing content. …Continue
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I keep forgetting that I have a blog page on here!
I just joined the board of the Carl Brandon Society, so I'm excited about working with the organization that gave me so much in 2012.
Recently I was told that my short story "Throb" will be included in the new groundbreaking speculative fiction anthology "Longhidden". It comes out in 2014.
Also, my short story "Throwback" is in the new Genesis 2 Anthology. (Support!)
One of the…Continue
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It’s been a while since I found one of these guys who promise to take your manuscript and publish it in eBook form.
X Publishing is requesting proposals for books to be published on iPad, Kindle, and Nook. eBook technology is changing the publishing world. iPad, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, and Sony Reader created profitable mass markets for eBooks. We at X…
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Kori Miller's Back Porch Writer site interviewed me Tuesday morning about writing, the Darkside Trilogy, hosting the Genesis Radio Show and more.
To listen to me being on the other side of an interview follow this link: Back Porch Writer Radio Show
Yes the STIL-MOTION-COMIX PHENOM IS BACK. Between having my twins they are now 2 and other life changes I was truly TIED UP. Look for AKHENATEN soon.
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I’ll let this one speak for itself. Download a copy if you’re looking for a good #Halloween read.
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Amazon is running a sale on Conception: Volume 2 of the Darkside Trilogy for less than $20 + shipping!…Continue
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During the discussion of high-quality and low quality fiction, a argument is usually made concerning antagonistic frequency rates. Simplified, this argument goes something like this:
Book proponent: "Sexy…
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It is well known by those of the Christian Faith that the Lord God created the Earth, the Heavens and their Multitudes in six days...and He rested on the seventh day.
But what I'm interested in is what happens on the Eighth Day...after Creation has been lived in awhile...after the end of the Millennium and Satan is once more allowed to run free...after the Four Horsemen have mounted their steeds...after the spawn of Hell rises up from the Dark Realms and invades the Realms of…Continue
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There's a new little monster everyone should be afraid of. The Booty Goblin is a little demon that has the strangest means of killing his victims. I love the mythos Pudge creates around this character. I love how the only thing it can say is 'booty booty booty'. And per usual, Pudge's easy style makes reading this story a breeze. I bought this book 2 days ago and barely read any of it the first day. One of the things I love most is the complete impossibility of predicting who is going to…Continue
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|Seebeck Effect - see arXiv (1) below…|
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