Monthly Archives: June 2013

Syn-En Solution is free for a limited time

Happy Friday. I’ve made The Syn-En Solution free for a limited time. So grab a copy and enjoy! Exhausted from fighting the Great Plague of 2012, Nell Stafford passes out in the middle of an interview. When she awakes, it’s … Continue reading

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How do you shop for books?

I suppose as an author that it is only natural that I read articles on how readers find their reading material. After all, I could target my promotion efforts (if I actually did promo) based on this enlightening knowledge. The … Continue reading

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Syn-En Registration, Chapter 8

Chapter 8 Arms windmilling for balance, Nell slid to a stop. The welcoming committee didn’t seem very pleased to see her. Aliens lined both sides of the street. A half dozen, ten-foot tall, green ones with rectangular heads, glittering bubble … Continue reading

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Procrastination—It’s Making Me Wait

Every time I hear that saying I hear Carly Simon singing about ketchup/catsup (or however you wish to spell it). Of course she sang anticipation but for me the two are now twisted together and there ain’t no separating ’em. … Continue reading

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Kitchen Gadget

My sister in Oklahoma is the gadget queen. She finds the most amazing things. Part of it, I know, is that she’ll plan an entire day trip around visiting that maze-without-the-cheese Hell known as Ikea. Sure part of it might … Continue reading

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Syn-En Registration, Chapter 7

Chapter 7 Bei grabbed the arm of the closest man and spun him into the charging group. Five men went down. More swarmed over the mud and rock hovels on the sides of the cavern, rushing toward him. Bei dodged … Continue reading

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The Dish on Dishes

Which has more influence nature or nuture? I suppose that depends on the threat facing the organism. Take washing the dishes for example. Usually not a life or death struggle and yet… And yet this is a perfect example of … Continue reading

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