Category Archives: Reading itself

Capclave 2017

Capclave 2017 was held last weekend in Gaithersburg and I went because I like Capclave. It is a rare opportunity for the Great Unwashed to mix with the better science fiction writers/editors/artists/booksellers/whatnot unencumbered by security lines and overpriced autograph fees … Continue reading

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Hey! Look What I Got!

A YouTube channel!

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Stalking Alastair Reynolds

I have been an Alastair Reynolds fan ever since I picked up Revelation Space and got my mind blown. Man, you gotta read the series. Just gotta. So when I heard that he was the Guest of Honor at CapClave … Continue reading

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First World Problems

I have a library card and use it mostly on the Blue Ridge Download Consortium website. Sad fact, the online library has far more titles to browse than does the real one. Anyhoo, I put a hold on a few books last week, … Continue reading

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In Case You Hadn’t Noticed…

              …both these Ebook titles remain 1.99. Helping you to stay informed, I am.

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Free Beer!

At the Michigan J. Frog show. Not here. But tomorrow, 13 Jul 15, these books are free. At Amazon: 1. The Ship to Look for God 2. The Last Man in the World Explains All 3. The Moonlight in Genevieve’s Eyes Remember, a beer lasts ten minutes … Continue reading

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The 50-page Rule

I am about halfway through Elizabeth Baxter’s Everwinter, Book 1. I should already be done with it, but I violated the 50-page rule early on. What’s this rule, you ask? It’s a personal one: when I pick up a book, I … Continue reading

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Thomas Wolfe was right.

Every five years or so, I pick up Thomas Wolfe again…no, not that Tom Wolfe, the other Tom Wolfe, the one no one remembers or reads anymore. It takes that long between reads because, well, he’s not exactly easy going. “Turgid” would … Continue reading

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It’s “Read an EBook” Week: 2-8 March

In celebration, get Partholon for 75% off. Go here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/355550 or click on the image below. Enter the code: REW75 See why John Rashkil is having a very bad day.

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Goin’ Nuclear

A story of mine made it into a new anthology: Check it out: http://www.amazon.com/Nuclear-Town-USA-Adam-Millard/dp/1494346893/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1386431575&sr=1-1&keywords=nuclear+town+usa

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