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Summer Readin’

I think, even if we can’t agree on everything, most writers would agree that to continue to grow and develop as a writer you have to make sure you read. A lot. This has never been a problem for me. … Continue reading

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Tuned To a Dead Channel Update

I was lucky enough to be featured in my first anthology early this year: Tuned to a Dead Channel, edited and published by Dagda Publishing. It is a collection of Dystopian SciFi which features some great pieces that I have … Continue reading

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Good Friday – Tuned To a Dead Channel out today!

“A Collection of 15 Short Dystopian Science Fiction stories by 11 of the best new authors in the genre. Vast, terrible future societies where Humans have lost facets of their freedoms are the backdrop for these 15 tales of horror, … Continue reading

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New Direction, New Look

It’s interesting how much you can change or develop in such a small amount of time. I honestly think that since the beginning of 2013 when I took a trip to Gladstone’s Library and decided I was going to finally … Continue reading

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