Tag Archives: The Remnant

Plot complications — gotta love ’em!

So far, I’m not making great progress on doing everything on that list. On the other hand, I did have an interesting conversation with my clone-sibling this morning about plot complications for the sequel to The Fallen:  a lot about the motivations and … Continue reading

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It’s so hard to maintain a secret identity these days…

Of all the things to have a bit (okay, maybe a lot) of anxiety about, it seems kinda silly to be thinking, Ohmigod, now people know what I look like!  More or less.  If they’ve been paying close attention.  That … Continue reading

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First review! Huzzah!

The Remnant has its first review on Goodreads.  (And on Amazon, too.)  *happy dance*    

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Sometimes, he gets to announce a really good SF novel.

I’ll keep this short so I don’t geek out too much. The novel that I was editing earlier this spring, the one that I couldn’t talk about because the author asked that I not so much as mention the characters by name … Continue reading

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X

X is for xeno-anthropology. …And what the heck is that, anyway? First, we’ve got the term that gets used every day in the world as we know it: anthropology, the study of humankind. In the United States, there are four … Continue reading

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N

Ancient interstellar civilizations and lost technology. Archaeologists, tomb raiders, historians. Thieves and psions and traders. Alternate universes and subtle magic. Evil scientists, power-mad kings, mind-stealing aliens. Unspeakably terrible rodents. N is for Andre Norton. I read one of Andre Norton’s … Continue reading

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C

Science fiction is full of ’em: Mad scientists create them to be mindless minions. Governments fear them — who knows which key politicians have secretly been replaced with doubles? They ran amok in part of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. … Continue reading

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Updates since last time

In Siege of Daylight by Gregory S. Close is now available in print; if you go to https://www.createspace.com/3697896, you can get your own copy.  If you like traditional fantasy epics, you’ll love this novel.  I’ve already read it twice.  🙂 Wednesday, May … Continue reading

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