Find out more about Cosaturi, the gritty, bustling seaport that serves as the setting for my “Pageeda & Scuffee” stories…starting with “Bitter Days.”
I just heard today that Eric Flint died at the age of 75. Besides writing good books, he’s done a lot for the SF field, especially the Alternate History sub-genre. He’s also helped expose the works of classic writers to new generations and helped out lots of new writers. Today is a sad day.
Scribd bought SlideShare.net and promptly put my “free” presentations and workshops behind a paywall. I’m moving everything to downloadable PDF files on my website. My apologies for the inconvenience while this transition is being implemented.
What could be better than scheduling a Happy Hour (with adult beverages) to discuss the status of all your writing projects? Why, turning it into a drinking game, of course!
Each month, I’m going to post about notable books I’ve read in the previous month, i.e. – recommended books. This month, I’ve got books by Marc Miller, John Brunner, Jerry Pournelle, and John Sandford. Plus, a note about my 1632 Read-Through…
In this episode, our intrepid panelists are interviewing Gregory Peterson, who just published his first novel, “War Machines.” The book is a near-future SF action thriller about a disgraced Marine turned high-tech thief and the predicament he finds himself in when he’s forced to take on one last “too good to be true” mission for a dangerous mob boss.
I think that a flat world, constructed using futuristic but plausible, technology, would be an interesting story setting. In this, the first of a series of posts, I’m going to do the worldbuilding for just such a setting.