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The Courage to Do What’s Write – First Contact Day

But my question is, is the price to get there too high. According to the Star Trek time line in order for us to get to First Contact day we have to go through world war 3. According to Memory Alpha in 2053 (Only 40 years from now): World War III ends with a nuclear holocaust resulting in the deaths of some six hundred million Humans. Earth begins its long journey towards recovery.

Galley Table 71 – An Interview with Brandon Sanderson

An Interview with Brandon Sanderson Download the Audio Here Philip Carroll had the opportunity to Interview Author Brandon Sanderson while at Baycon this year. They talk about Brandon’s next few books, Writing, things that trip new authors up and how they might fix those things. How faith influences writing, and sometimes the other way around. […]

Galley Table 70 – Nathan Lowell – Which  Universe Are you Saving?

Galley Table With Nathan Lowell We have waited along time to talk to Nathan on the Galley Table but it was worth the wait. We talk about scifi and Fantasy writing, the big scale Vs the Small Scale. Download The Audio This episode Featured Nathan Lowell The Regular Crew Zack Ricks Doc Coleman Laura Nicole […]

My Three New Heroes from BayCon

I have three new heroes. I found them at BayCon this last weekend. That’s right. While most everyone I have come to know were off to Balticon I hopped in my car and drove the 90 minutes to the Santa Clara Hyatt. Had I consulted a map before I left it wouldn’t have taken me […]

Galley Table 65

May 16, 2012
Galley Table 65

The Dice are going to Kill us Download The Audio Here This episode we talk about RPG gaming, and how we, as authors, can get better at building characters and worlds by gaming. We also talk a little bit about Balticon for those of us who are going. And ask always things get a little […]

FlagShip – Feb 2012

March 12, 2012
FlagShip – Feb 2012

This issue Includes: View from the Captain’s Deck by Zach Ricks Princesses Don’t Breathe Fire by Sarina Dorie Hither and Yon by Anatoly Belilovsky After Glory T.J. Dipple View from the Poopdeck by Scott Roche   Buy your copy below, or click HERE to subscribe for a full year of FlagShip FlagShip Feb 2012 – […]

FlagShip – Feb 2012

March 12, 2012
FlagShip – Feb 2012

This issue Includes: View from the Captain’s Deck by Zach Ricks Princesses Don’t Breathe Fire by Sarina Dorie Hither and Yon by Anatoly Belilovsky After Glory T.J. Dipple View from the Poopdeck by Scott Roche   Buy your copy below, or click HERE to subscribe for a full year of FlagShip FlagShip Feb 2012 – […]

Tim Powers ‘On Stranger Tides’: A Review

I got up this morning and realized I hadn’t written my weekly blog post. “Oh, no,” I thought. “What will all my fans think?” Feeling sufficiently remorseful, I thought I would try and get it written during my lunch. Now, don’t take me wrong. Giving up my lunch to write a blog post may not […]

Countless Babies Cry

February 17, 2012
Countless Babies Cry

Well. You can imagine the uproar I created when, last week, when I completely forgot to post my Friday blog. The phone lines haven’t stopped ringing, the emails boopittybooping, the teletypes ticking, and the carrier pigeons cooing and crapping in my pool. Throughout the world, countless babies cry, radium decays, the polar ice caps recede, […]

“The Game of Thrones” by George R. R. Martin. A review.

Dear imaginary friends and non-existent readers. I had promised you the review of “The Game of Thrones” written by George R. R. Martin, but I have had some experiences with writing and publishing, this week, that I want to share with you instead. Not really. Laura Nicole is a fan of “The Game of Thrones”. […]

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