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June

This is last month’s picture, since I only have one more line on this month’s and it’s an unfinished story. Current Stats: * indicates stories written this year Stories Published:  “Everyone Knows This Is The End Of The Line” (1,200 … Continue reading

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The Dead Men’s Shoes Society

(Extra special bonus bragging rights points for anyone who can identify the source of the title of this post–yes, it is a name that I used in The Book Of Lost Doors, but where did I steal it from originally?) … Continue reading

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May

This is my writing calendar as of today. Not much new content since last month. I spent a lot of time doing business/publishing things rather than writing, but that’s okay. Also the stories that I have written have been on … Continue reading

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April

This is my writing calendar as of today. I’ve fallen behind for the first time this year, but I’m not upset about that. As I said when I first began this experiment, the “story a week” goal was just pulled … Continue reading

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“Worth The Candle”

Okay, so I started in on the story that I promised to write in my last post. There is still plenty of time to get your name into it–all you have to do is leave a review of Duel Visions … Continue reading

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Red Shirts & Reviews

Haven’t you always wanted to be part of the shadowy underworld of outlaw spellcasters? To live the life of a magical gangster, full of danger, intrigue, unlawful conjurations, and bucketfuls of cold hard cash? Well, here’s your chance! I will … Continue reading

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Superscience, the Uncanny, and the Miraculous

This post has grown out of a discussion regarding my earlier post on the subject of magic in fiction and a comment that was made regarding Clarke’s Law. Clarke’s Law states that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.  … Continue reading

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