Fractured Fragment Friday: The Infinite Possibilities of “The Re-Entanglement of Grant Decker”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: The Infinite Possibilities of “The Re-Entanglement of Grant Decker”

I give a lot of thought to dementia and Alzheimer’s. It could be due to hearing of prominent people (Ronald Regan, Terry Pratchett) who have wound up with it, as well as relatives. Then again, it’s more likely on my mind because my own memory always seems to be in continuous decline. I wondered about … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday about The Uncivil Hazards of Social Media

Technology has brought us many gifts, one of biggest ones has been the internet. Whether you’re trying to find, buy or sell product, or learn something new, seeking information, news, or like-minded people, it’s all out there. You can talk with anyone in the world at any given moment (barring, of course, those who have … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: The Shanghai of Martin Henshaw is Just the Beginning of the “Mutiny on the Star-Bound”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: The Shanghai of Martin Henshaw is Just the Beginning of the “Mutiny on the Star-Bound”

Artificial Intelligence is on its way; I believe it may actually be here already, but it’s not widespread or commonplace as it will be. Just about every invention eventually escapes from its creator (patents only last for so long, and we as humans are always building on the work of others), so it will only … Continue reading

Writing Wednesday: Considering the Special Needs of Revisions in a Series
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Writing Wednesday: Considering the Special Needs of Revisions in a Series

Last Week’s Goals My blog entries were posted on schedule. All my available stories are out to market. Marketing is not working for me. I don’t have enough confidence to throw money at it,  especially considering most of my work is short fiction. The free promotions I’ve done and my free series starters have resulted … Continue reading