December 1st, 2020

on the Word Press blog

Here's what's gone on in the last month on the blog that I regularly update..............

I appeared on SciFi4Me's "Live from the Bunker," talkin' writin' and stuff...

An update on what I've put on my Patreon.

Both the Electoral College and the Reapportionment Act of 1929 suck rocks, and here's why.

The traditional Veteran's Day running of "In Flanders Fields."

Animal, my collaboration with Dr. Munish K. Batra, is available for preorder! And if you preorder it from WordFire Press before Christmas Eve, you get a free short story!

Another update on what I've put on Patreon.

I did an "ask me anything" thread on the blog, and also on Facebook and Twitter. Only got one question on the blog, and a few on Twitter. Most were, unsurprisingly, on Facebook.

A holiday sale from eSpec Books, publishers of my "Precinct" series, Without a License, To Hell and Regroup, and several anthologies I'm in!

On Thanksgiving, the traditional "stuff for what I'm thankful" post, as well as the traditional posting of Arlo Guthrie's "Alice's Restaurant."

From Patreon: my review of Star Wars: The Clone Wars from May 2020.

Coming in 2021: Turning the Tied with a story by me featuring Ayesha, a.k.a. "she who must be obeyed" from H. Rider Haggard's She.

Irons in the fire update.

KRAD COVID readings

"Sun-Breaker" from Stargate SG-1/Atlantis: Homeworlds, "Down to the Waterline" from Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3, "The Midwinter of Our Discontent" from Release the Virgins, "Playing it SAFE" from The Ultimate Hulk, "Raymond's Room" from Doctor Who: Missing Pieces, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Enterprises of Great Pitch and Moment Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3, and "In Earth and Sky and Sea Strange Things There Be" from Turning the Tied.

Star Trek: Voyager Rewatches

"Concerning Flight," "Mortal Coil," "Waking Moments," "Message in a Bottle," "Hunters," "Prey," and "Retrospect."

Star Trek: Discovery reviews

"Forget Me Not," "Die Trying," "Scavengers," and "Unification III."
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