03 February 2014 ~ 2 Comments

Daily Science Fiction: September 2013 Review

Welcome to the only ezine publication that takes the time to review all of the stories of one of the most read speculative publications, and most submitted to professional publishers, Daily Science Fiction. We are proud to be able to show DSF, and its celebrated authors, that their work is read – and studied. For three years we have held true to our commitment that Daily SF should not be ignored. They shouldn’t. The material is too good to be overlooked. But don’t take our word for it. See for yourself.

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06 November 2012 ~ 0 Comments

“Door in the Darkness” published in Stupefying Stories

I wrote “Door in the Darkness” after reading “Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer. My entire aim was to write a supernatural romance story where I didn’t hate the characters. I like the way that it turned out. If you get a chance to read it, do let me know!

I wrote “Door in the Darkness” after reading “Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer. My entire aim was to write a supernatural romance story where I didn’t hate the characters. I like the way that it turned out. If you get a chance to read it, do let me know!

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15 August 2011 ~ 2 Comments

Adventures in Amateur Art (Drabblecast Edition)

I decided to volunteer for 3 episode artworks for now, and I’ve completed and submitted by the time of writing this post. These will go up on the Drabblecast site when it’s ready to launch, but I’ve asked for permission to show the artwork I’ve done here. And, for those who might be interested in such things, I will describe how I did each of these pieces of visual art from start to finish.

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29 November 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Review: Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #47

This was the first issue I’ve read of Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine (ASIM) that I ever read, and I was very pleased with what I read. Pleased enough that I asked for an ASIM subscription for Christmas. Not only were my favorite stories from this issue extremely good, I liked almost all of them, and I don’t say that about many magazines. I’m letting my subscription on another magazine lap because I simply like too few of the stories, and the few stories I do like, are just not that good. This issue was so much better I am happy to send my money ASIM’s way.

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09 August 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Jim Baen’s Universe Closing April in 2010

The death knell of yet another popular speculative publication rings loud and clear in this aspirants ears. What does the demise of Jim Baen’s Universe mean for those of us who still struggle to find a foothold in the writing world. Is short form fiction dying? What can other publications learn from what JBU did right and what they did wrong?

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