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Stars as Stellar Engines by Centauri Dreams

      Posted: 27 Jun 2014 09:29 AM PDT   I’ve always loved the idea of an O’Neill space habitat because of the possibility of engineering a huge environment to specification. That notion translates well to worldship ideas — a multi-generational journey would certainly be easier to take in an environment that mimicked, say, a […]

Meet Guest Author John Reinhard Dizon

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
? I was born and raised in Brooklyn NY, and my experiences and extensive familiarity with the NYC community, its neighborhoods, society and culture are reflected in my novels. I wrote my first novel in sixth grade, a train wreck called “Enemy Ace” about a…

Now Hiring at BookPeople: Tech Support

Originally posted on BookPeople:
We’re now accepting applications for a full time Tech Support position here at BookPeople. We’re looking for someone who has an aptitude for working with computers, servers, and general electronics. Ideal applicant should be resourceful, have a basic understanding of computers and networking, and be able to work autonomously. IT related education is a plus,…

Drop #drawing #photography

Originally posted on penned in moon dust:
 add a little color insert a story line the subtle drop a magical design contrast adds spice a ripple or wave word or image we gasp, we rave Today’s prompt at DP photochallenge is Contrast. I have been having some fun this week taking my simple pencil drawings…

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Now for something completely different.

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Thanks to Jack Eason, here’s  something COMPLETELY different. A very talented (and unusual) quartet called Salut Salon, from Germany. Enjoy. 😀

Back in Minnesota.

Originally posted on Renae Rude – The Paranormalist:
I’ve returned from visiting my daughter in North Carolina and I’m settling in. Today, I’m heading into Anoka to see a dear friend, but I wanted to let you know I’m fine and I had a great time. Soon, I’ll have a story about a check-in nightmare…


    Heart stopping suspense,  By  Karen H. Vaughan “potluckprincess”   This review is from: Healey’s Cave (Moore mystery series Book 1) (Kindle Edition) HEALY’S CAVE AARON PAUL LAZAR 50 yrs earlier Sam Moore’s eleven year old brother Billy disappeared thrusting Sam into a deep depression born from the grief. Fast forward 50 years and Sam […]

Marketing, yeah well whatever.

Originally posted on Jim Webster:
It’s all well and good having written a book, what about selling it? Not wanting to talk dirty or anything, but seriously people, you’ve poured a lot of time into the who literary process, so it wouldn’t hurt to get a few bob back. After all, a couple of weeks…


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