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Tag: fantasy

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 …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest

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. …Read the Rest

“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 …Read the Rest

Ok. So I lied.

January 20, 2012
Ok. So I lied.

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to wRiting I was planning on writing a review of George R. R. Martin’s first book …Read the Rest