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Pre-Read Blurb: Battle of the New Orleans by Dale C. Musser

Sorry to have been out of the picture for so long! I’ve just been revving up for my NaNoWriMo project next month and haven’t been reading as much as I’ve been writing. 935 more words



“Do you protect hope,”
Bea said, “or protect the ship?”
“They are not the same.”



The period of American movie making between the late 1960s and mid-1970s was a strange time. With the so-called death of the studio system and the birth of the ‘New Hollywood’, films were made that never would have been before. 529 more words


Baker's Dozen - Book Review

Jacob and I went to LibertyCon in Chattanooga, TN this June!  (This article is WAY LATE because life.) Anyway, LibertyCon is notable for being more reader- and author-oriented than other conventions in the area…which means that I ended up coming home with approximately 90,000 books to read and likely review. 592 more words

Science Fiction

Human Empire is out now

I’m very pleased to announce my first collaborative writing project, Human Empire, the fourth in the six-book Human Legion series, is now available to buy from the Amazon Kindle Store… 237 more words

Military Sci Fi

I, Mars Audiobook production complete

Well after nearly a month of intense work, I’ve just completed the audiobook production of I, Mars. Thanks to Voice Actress Elizabeth Phillips and Formatter/Ebook Editor Jason Anderson for their time and help. 18 more words



“That’s why the ship’s crew
Was made immortal,” Yars said
“To protect that hope.”