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The Book of Fawla, Chapter 5

The Book of Fawla Chapter 5 The whispers distracted Kate. She strained to hear them speak, but of course, they were in Elvish and not wearing any flowers like the one she had picked for Kreelan. Instead, she pushed them out of her conscious thought and returned to her practice. The leaf in front of […]

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The Book of Fawla, Chapter 3

The Book of Falwa Chapter 3 Kate followed him in silence.  Kreelan’s feet seemed to hardly touch the ground as they danced through the mat of leaves and small branches covering the dirt. Kate always felt somewhat graceful but lumbered in comparison to him. She worried about the goblins. Were they in the forest? Kreelan […]

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The Book of Fawla, Chapter 2

The Book of Fawla Chapter 2 “Why are you calling me a princess?” Kate asked. “I’m nobody special. I don’t know how I got here. I don’t even know where ‘here’ is.” Again the man – wait, an elf- she corrected herself – spoke in his strange language. Kate realized that she only began to […]

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The Book of Fawla

I’m going to try something a little different and write a serial. I got the idea from Drew Hayes who writes Super Powereds on his site. To start, I will be sharing The Book of Fawla, a story inspired from a writing prompt from Writership.org. * * * The Book of Fawla Kate perused the […]

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Milestone: First Draft of Book 1 Complete

Today I reached a milestone. I completed the first draft of The Fall of Saar today. This milestone is important for a variety of reasons. A 12,000 word novelette, The Fall of Saar is the first book in the Once Upon a Saturn Moon series. I should have editing done and the book available for […]

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How to Publish Books on Google Play! – Part 1

Since publishing this Google has stopped signups. The theory is that they are going to revamp their system, which would be great. But they haven’t released any statements. Google Play! Books is by far the hardest of the e-retailers to get published in. This isn’t because Google Play is more exclusive than other book stores, […]

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Genie is no Star Trek Replicator But Needed for Extended Missions

Have you heard? A company in Israel has invented a Star Trek replicator called the Genie that will put an end to MRE’s (Meals Ready to Eat) forever. Unfortunately that isn’t true. At least not the part about the replicator. We are still nowhere near that technology just yet. But if White Innovation can get […]

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Headlines on NASA Warp Drive Miss the Mark

You’ve probably heard by now about NASA’s warp drive. While working on an experimental propulsion system called EmDrive, they witnessed what basically amounts to a warp signature. Laser beams arrived at their destination sooner than they should have. How does light travel faster than the speed of light? It must be warp! But all the […]