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Ender's Game and Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card

Time just flits by so quickly. I’ve had a nasty bout of RSI this week and lots to do. I’m still in Audible mode as well as reading print and e-books. 517 more words

Science Fiction

1,000 Stories: A Quote

Everybody walks past a thousand story ideas everyday. The good writers are the ones who see five or six of them. Most people don’t see any.” ~Orson Scott Card…

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Chapter 3

The big sister and the little sister are in a laboratory. The little sister tugs on her uniform – it is new and she is not used to it. 467 more words

Bethany Carlson

Building Worlds, Backstories, and Outlines, oh my

I don’t think it was quite two weeks back that I made my grandiose statement about persevering.  In that post, I was trying to decide if I should work on other projects while pursuing my novel, or just focus on the novel. 456 more words


The Tree Of Life, And The Roots Of Atlantis

New ideas come in disguise of old ones – Terry Brookes

Paradigm Bubble

Four space hubs, each housing hundreds of thousands, orbited earth, like large metallic bubbles. 1,169 more words


In Stores Now

Well, we’re growing. Spreading those notional wings, and flying onto the shelves.

As for fiction, the SF novel Tales of The Screaming Eagle is now available in hard-copy at Portland, Oregon’s largest book store: Powell’s  162 more words

Quick And Easy Games

Ender's Game

Card, O. (1991). Ender’s game (Rev. ed.). New York, NY: Tor.

ISBN: 9780812550702

This is a science fiction book for older tweens it is listed as being for readers age 12-14 though i could see some younger readers looking for a more grown up book enjoying it. 359 more words

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