There is a prejudice in modern SF so nearly ubiquitous that it can be considered a trope. I’m talking about the assumption that the more technologically advanced a civilization becomes, the less religious it will be. While this prejudice is normally implicit in a lot of science fiction, the assumption was stated explicitly not too … More Galactic Christendom: A Short History
In the Afterword of my latest novel, I thank a small number of people who helped with the writing of the book. Benjamin Cheah is one of the three beta-readers I thank for their attention and critique. So, who is this Cheah fellow? The short answer is that Benjamin is a fellow writer who is … More Benjamin Cheah
The American Conservative has the sad details of the short writing career of Amelie Wen Zhao. The lesson here is Never Ever Give An Inch to social justice warriors. The only legitimate response to ‘You are a racist, sexist, homophobe, etc… etc..” is FUCK YOU!
In Celebration of the Advent Season, I am making the Kindle e-book of my new sci-fi novel, One Last Flight, available for FREE today (December 1, 2018) through Wednesday (December 5, 2018). So click the link below and pick yourself up the first installment of a bold, new space opera series. … More One Last – FREE! – Flight
As of this morning, I’ve got 347 books backed up on my Kindle. I have no idea what is the full storage capacity of the unassuming piece of plastic. I’ve heard it is in the neighborhood of 10 K books. That is genuinely cool unless and until the gizmo’s memory is wiped out by an … More A Medieval Kindle?
via Stephen King’s 10 Best Tips for Becoming a Phenomenal Writer
For the next 5 days, I’m making my first novel, The House of War, available as a FREE Kindle download. Go on, Get Your Crusade on! Please Consider Leaving A Review On Amazon When You’re Done Reading. Thanks, Carlos