Monthly Archives: November 2011

Curiosity Goes to Mars

Among all the doom and gloom our news media likes to shovel us are some truly wonderful success stories. One of them happened just yesterday with the successful launch of NASA’s Curiosity rover, due to set down on the Martian … Continue reading

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I Feel Like Rip

We all remember Rip van Winkle from our childhood. It is the story of a man who takes a nap and wakes up twenty years later to find everything has changed. Of course in the story, written in 1819, the … Continue reading

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When In Doubt…

I’m currently in the final edit of Multiplayer, which we plan to release a few weeks before Christmas. I’d never really been thrilled with parts of the end so, at the urging of my writing partner Terri-Lynn, and my friend … Continue reading

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‘Modern Warfare 3,’ the Publishing Industry, PlotForge, and ‘Multiplayer’

I’m not a huge gamer. Well, that’s a little bit of a lie. I was in high school back in the 80′s when video games exploded onto the cultural scene. I’ll never forget the day the school bus broke down on … Continue reading

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Remember CDs?

You remember, those shiny metal discs that make rainbows when you hold them in the light? They stored digital music and were far more convenient than the cassette tapes they replaced. What? You don’t remember cassette tapes either? Yeah, they … Continue reading

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