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- Another fun project is released to the general public.
- Cirsova #6 is Live!
- Yes, I know I’m doing it wrong.
- Going Away (for a while)
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- 21st Century Thrilling Adventure
- A View From A Depth
- Various DIY Tools and their uses…
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A couple of years ago I discovered audiobooks. I first started listening to my own books, actually. When I put Catskinner’s Book on ACX to try to find a narrator I was fortunate enough to interest Brandon McKernan. As part … Continue reading
So. I just gave up on a book called Pines by Blake Crouch. It was read by Paul Michael Garcia, who is narrator that I really like–he’s done a number of science fiction novels including several of Heinlein’s that I … Continue reading
I picked up Drew Magary’s novel The Hike on audiobook a while back because it was the Audible deal of the day and the concept sounded interesting. I listened to it shortly after I got it, and I was favorably … Continue reading
The inspector sorted through the piles of printouts on his desk, still looking for a way to put all of the evidence together, to find some way to make sense of the mass of paper. The data dump from the … Continue reading
I really don’t like writing negative reviews. I very seldom do it. For one thing, I generally don’t finish things that I think deserve negative reviews, and I don’t review things that I don’t finish. Also, I am not a … Continue reading
I’ve been busy lately. First, getting ready for Archon. I am done with the Kindle Cards and feel good about the finished product. I will be asking the contributing authors to keep an eye on their their Kindle sales and try … Continue reading