Very happy to say that my story “Abrama’s End Game” was discussed in the After Dinner Conversation podcast! Check it out here!: https://www.afterdinnerconversation.com/podcast/episode-16-abramas-end-game
Very happy to say that my story “Rainbow People of the Glittering Glade” was discussed in the After Dinner Conversation podcast! They do a great summary of the story, and then turn to discussing and debating the issues raised by the story. I’d love if you would check out the episode, available here:
It’s the little things in life.
As more and more research is poured into how we humans could seriously go to Mars in the not too distant future, all signs point to the biggest factor of success or failure will not be the machinery that controls air and water, the rocket engines, the flight trajectory calculations, or anything else that involves hard math or blue prints. No, humans are the wild card, and how to keep them running properly is the big challenge.
How to keep a human happy and sane? People with multiple degrees who have spent their lives studying this question will tell you it really comes down to the things that seem, at first glance, very mundane. What is the biggest factor that has made the International Space Station a success?
The fact that it has a window.
Windows were initially considered a frivolous waste of energy…
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The Hamthology is a free download from Amazon kindle for a limited time! Get your copy soon and spread the word!
As many of you know, tdotSpec is launching tdotSpec Magazine, a new magazine of speculative literature. The Kickstarter is currently live! We’re aiming to fund-raise enough for three issues, and hopefully more! If you get a chance, please check out the Kickstarter to see what we’re building, and spread the word on social media! Thanks a lot! We really appreciate the support!
Imps & Minions, published by tdotSpec Inc, is currently a free download on Kindle!
From the Amazon description:
Imps & Minions explores the lives of the little guys of villainry, with 34 tales dedicated to servile underlings, mooks, henchmen, pawns, scamps and rapscallions. Whether it’s Riznax, the little imp who falls in love with his master’s library of ancient tomes, or the poor troll suffering the aftermath of a fairy tale, or the machine programmed to defend her overlord with every microchip in her chassis—in Imps & Minions, they all take center stage. The stories range in tone from whimsical and lighthearted to dark and tragic, and span the genres of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and “superhero”, with a few that are harder to classify. Collectively, they provide diverse looks at the complex and multi-faceted lives of imps, minions, and villainous underdogs of all stripes. Above all, they are compelling tales that show us the trials and tribulations of a colourful cast of characters normally relegated to the background—this is Imps & Minions, and these are their stories.
Download it free here (USA): https://www.amazon.com/Imps-Minions-Odds-Ends-Interesting-ebook/dp/B07W1H961W
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The Colony anthology, a collection of science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories on the theme of “colony”, is currently a free download on Kindle!
Please download a copy and share with social media! I really appreciate the support! Thanks!