Tag Archives: Books

On Writing

I realize this update is long overdue, but I’ve been so busy I haven’t been thinking about posting on my blog. I apologize for that, and I’ll try (again) to post more frequent updates. Meanwhile, I thought I’d talk about something that has been taking up some of my time recently. I recently started actively pursuing my writing again, wrapping up my first full length novel. (I have a couple short novels written as well, but this is my first 100k+ piece.) Several of you already know about this, since you’re involved. Others may have seen me tweeting about it, but I hope you’ll still enjoy hearing about it. Read more »

Review: The World Turned Upside Down

This anthology consists of science fiction (and a few fantasy) short stories, that the editors read when they were young, that they felt left a strong impression on them. They stories selected are chosen more for the authors that wrote them in many cases, than for the specific story itself. But this is not necessarily a bad thing. As the editors state in their comments on several of the stories, the best known stories by the authors in question have been in so many anthologies that they really don’t need to be added to yet another one.

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