Monthly Archives: March 2013

Superman Revisited

I didn’t expect to write another comic book post so soon, but I finished Superman Earth One, Vol. 2, authored by J. Michael Straczynski. In his story, he addressed my biggest complaint about the superman character: his lack of flaws, … Continue reading

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Superman Is Perfect…

…and that’s a problem. Before I go any further, I must say that this post isn’t meant to disparage the Superman character or any of the stories he stars in. Rather, I want to discuss the story issues of the … Continue reading

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Contract Signed

Today, I signed the contract for the Freedom Forge Press anthology. My contribution is a speculative fiction story set ~350 years in the future. It is a tangentially connected side-story set in the same universe as my novel, Shifting Mars’ … Continue reading

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Matty Herding Fripp Deer

Last October, we vacationed at Fripp Island, SC. We’ve vacationed here many times over the years and look forward to two weeks of rest and relaxation. A big part of vacation is walking on the island, oftentimes with our dog, … Continue reading

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Publication News

Today, I received good news. My short story entitled The Shape of Things to Come has been accepted for publication by Freedom Forge Press in the upcoming anthology. I’m waiting on the contract, but it looks like this is a … Continue reading

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