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As I’m getting ready to head out to Silicon Valley Comic Con, I’ve been thinking of what kind of rules we’ll have for the #Gallowvant hashtag. For those who don’t know, I borrowed the idea of a traveling hashtag from Mary Robinette-Kowal who uses the hashtag #MaryGoRound when she travels. Her rules are simple. When […]

On Speaking Out

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Up to now, the “From the Front Lines” section of the blog has been a report about the various events I’ve been to and an update on goings on. It will usually still be about that; however, sometimes I’m going to use this as an update on where my head is, my thoughts and musings […]

An Inaugural Poem

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I’ve been waiting over a week to post this. While attending the recent residency for my MFA program, in the first day of my afternoon class, the teacher assigned us all the task of writing an inaugural poem for Trump, the twist being, we had to do it in the voice of a specific person, […]

2017 Do Better

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I was getting ready to do a recap post about 2016 and maybe post about some New Year’s resolutions, but I’m really not into either. Despite having a couple of cool moments, 2016 was kind of a crap fest. I have no interest in revisiting it in. I never keep my New Year’s resolutions, so […]

Cover Reveal and ToR Updates.

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In February of last year, I have been working with WordFire Press on a relaunch of the Tears of Rage books. Well, after a rewrite and in-depth developmental edit,  we’re almost ready to release First Chosen. We’re so ready that I can finally show you guys the cover.   With the impending publication of the new edition of First […]

What I’m reading 1.26.2016

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**DISCLAIMER** This post is not intended to be a critical review of the works discussed below. This is merely a record of the thoughts, feelings, and reflections that accompanied my experience of my reading during the previous week. Steal the Sky by Megan O’Keefe I am generally more forgiving of first novels, of which this is. […]