A throwback piece on the one thing that matters in a console.
It’s been a busy week on the writing front! My piece on “hard” versus “soft” sci-fi is live over on Enclave’s website.
I wrote a piece for the website Speculative Faith offering some thoughts on the relationship between science fiction and religion. You can fine the post right here.
I’ve got a new piece up on Nintendojo — an outline of fanfiction from a GameCube franchise that never turned into a novel. You can find it right here.
Edge of Oblivion turns six months old in October. So…
Of Edits, Voids and Shadows.
One fan’s list of favorites.
A throwback piece on an iconic Japanese film studio.
A little bad news sandwiched in between lots of good news.
Pokémon Go is a certifiable hit, millions strong. I took a look at when a person might want to put the brakes on the game. You can read it here:
I wrote a piece for a magazine but it didn’t get accepted. My loss is your gain.
I’ve had a lot to say about Star Trek today. In addition to my throwback post on the Star Trek novel The Shocks of Adversity, I’ve also penned a piece on Vulcans and Klingons for Enclave Publishing, which you can read about here.
A review of a new book in an old series.
I wrote a piece for Mumbling Mommy on divorce … and why I think fearing it a little is healthy. You can find the entire post here.
Edge of Oblivion released on April 15th, 2016, and if you’re reading this, you fall into one of two categories: You have read Edge of Oblivion. You have not read Edge of Oblivion. If you have read Edge of Oblivion, you might be interested in my short story, The Domes…
A discussion about massive bad guys.
Last month, my debut novel released. This month, I’m looking forward.