Category: Science Fiction Novels


Yes, we are all tired of this awful election season. We have all seen some of the worst mud-slinging that’s come about in–possibly–generations. So, God in Heaven, why would I want to talk more about politics?

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I finally posted that often-promised video. In this, I discuss what I hope to do with future videos, as well as a few of the inspiring forces for the next science fiction tale I intend to write.

Searching Through Dreams

Not all dreams are the goals, the hopes we strive for in our lives.  Sometimes, dreams are unconscious lands of fascination, powers, desires, and memories.

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One of my best frends got engaged the other day.  While this should simply be a

joyous note, his impending marriage is illegal in twenty states, including the one

he currently lives in.  This represents an inherent lack of acceptance and adaptation,

especially from those who claim to follow the hippie liberal progressive we call Jesus.

 

Such discrimination led to me asking myself what would happen if the LGBT

community decided they’d had enough and decided to fight back.  It made me

wonder how I would feel if my ability to date someone or get married were impaired by

some obligatory decree made by a government that made no attempt to understand

me.

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A Daring Attitude

I’ve been working through another edit of Blanc Noir.  With it’s modern social themes and satirical character names (Koch, Boehner, Limbaugh), I think it could win an audience.  More importantly, I think it could motivate people to make society better.

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Jeanne or Margot?

Talking with two of my writer friends, I started wondering if I needed to change the name of the main character in my future noir novel, Blanc Noir.  I’ve been using one name for a while, but another was suggested to me.  For fun, I thought I’d share the dilemma with you.

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I’m trying something new–blogging by tweet.  This was posted from 11 to 11:45PM CST, June 23, 2014.  Full details can be found at https://twitter.com/sithlordlb

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There’s an old saying about writing, that nothing is ever finished, just abandoned.

On July 6, 2012, I posted Vitamin F for sale on Barnes & Noble and Amazon.  It’s been an exciting experience just having an e-book available.  I’ve even managed to get a number of sales without doing much on promotion.

I had another reason for holding back on promotion.

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You’ve heard the phrase “don’t judge a book by its cover,” but we do that every time we’re in a bookstore. I know I toyed with several different ideas before I found the design I wanted for Vitamin F.  Getting there was an interesting challenge.

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As you can tell, we’re a week away from the big release of Vitamin F.  I’m excited in a way I’ve never been excited before, not even when Dreams of Steam II: Brass and Bolts came out.

Since I’m a nice guy, I thought I’d share some exciting things with you, starting with a more advanced version of the cover:

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