Vadra

Welcome to my story-world, Vadra. I do not know much about it yet, to be honest, but here I will introduce you to it in summary. Vadra is earth-like, though much larger than our planet, and quite different in several ways. So far I have discovered three supercontinents and about…

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Review: Peter’s Angel

Peter’s Angel, the first installment of a trilogy,is an alternate historical tale set in a– Ahem. Peter’s Angel is a tale set in an alternate– *gives up* I’ll let the book’s back cover speak for it: In the wake of a lost War for Independence, Peter Jameson, a young colonel,…

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Writing again…and weekly goals

Since about a week after I finished Repetition, I’ve been trying to get back into writing, and figure out what I’m going to work on next. I still haven’t quite figured it out. I hope to dabble again in my short stories, making some of them better, hopefully, and getting…

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Podcasts: Evidence4Phil

Podcasts. I’ve been listening to ’em quite a bit lately, and I can’t think of anything else to post about. Titles. I’m not very good at making ’em, and the one for this post probably doesn’t make much sense. Oh well. Podcasts are really neat as a medium, and some…

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Review: The Art of War for Writers

I will start with what The Art of War for Writers (AoWW) says of itself: “You’ll find tactics and strategies for idea generation and development, character building, plotting, drafting, querying and submitting, dealing with rejection, coping with unrealistic expectations, and much more. With timeless, innovative, and

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