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Oct.25.2009
Well, South African author Sarah Lotz had this to say about my upcoming Lyrical Press, Inc. release, Khepera Rising: Definitely not for the faint-hearted or easily shocked, Khepera Rising is part hard-core murder mystery, part revenge fantasy and dark Gothic horror, and effortlessly subverts...
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Oct.02.2009
Third time, lucky, perhaps? The first time I encountered Frank Herbert's Dune was at the tender age of about 14 or so. Back then I managed a page or two before I gave up in disgust. About a decade later I gave it another shot. It is, I'm told, one of those legendary novels You Just Absolutely Have...
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Sep.22.2009
“When are you going to write some real fiction?” This is a question I often get from my mom. She’s been asking this since I first announced I was writing a SF novel at the tender age of thirteen. This question is also, usually, closely followed by the question, “When are you going to start reading...
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Sep.20.2009
Khepera Rising cover art, by Renee Rocco of Lyrical Press, Inc.
Yesterday morning at 4.30am I caved in and drove Thomas through to the set of Emma-O, the horror movie he's busy art directing for indie filmmaker extraordinaire, Ronnie Belcher. Firstly, let me say that filmmaking is is expensive. Even a short, twenty-minute production is costing the associated...
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