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Fringe: Sometimes Television Can Be Worthwhile

I tend to stay away from television. I’ve got probably, 300 channels. You probably to do. Or more. And let’s face it, there’s usually very little worth watching. Though the bandwidth is packed to the gills How It’s Made is usually the … Continue reading

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Finding Multiplayer’s Demographic

When an author begins writing a book there are a multitude of considerations she must take into account. Even before the obvious factors of setting, plot, and character the author must first consider audience and market. While these terms are related, they have distinct meanings … Continue reading

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Multiplayer Is “Real”

I’ve actually known this for some time. It would be like gun powder being invented and no one using it as a weapon. Or iron not being adapted into a bronze-shattering sword pretty much the day it was discovered. People … Continue reading

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John C. Brewer’s Debut Novel, Multiplayer, Published

PlotForge’s debut novel Multiplayer was released today and is available for immediate download from Barnes&Noble for the Nook and from Amazon for the Kindle. The print version is due to be available from Amazon.com within the next week or so … Continue reading

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