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Cory Doctorow @doctorow has just tweeted that he is alone for three days. It reminded me of some song lyrics that I wrote in 2005, so here they are… ———————————————————————- Because You’re Gone The radio plays happy songs,But I don’t … Continue reading
A new post of mine over at the Limebird Writers site. This time looking at authors who have written novelisations of SF movies and TV series.
I have been informed that two of my poems have been nominated for the 2013 Rhysling Award! They are, in the long poem category, “Grandfather” that was first podcast on StarShipSofa Episode 229 (March 2012) and, in the short category, … Continue reading
A new post by me over at the Limebird Writers blog… The Blogging From A To Z Challenge.
Here is a post of mine over at the Limebird Writers site, talking about science fiction authors who made a bit on the side writing for classic TV shows. A Little Bit On The Side – Part One.
The brilliant (seriously, check him out at Terrible Minds) Chuck Wendig declared February 6th to be Please Don’t Pirate My Book Day and asked authors to blog/tweet about it. So… Please don’t take the ideas in my books and adapt … Continue reading
All science fiction and YA authors out there should take a look at the ‘Guide to Literary Agents’ blog at Writer’s Digest. Currently there is a free competition where you can win a professional critique and subscription to WritersMarket.com Follow … Continue reading
Yay for YA!. Here is a new article from me over at Limebird Writers; looking at Young Adult (YA) fiction in the science fiction genre.
Here is my NaNoPrep Day post at Limebird Writers, on using the family for novel inspiration… Keeping It In The Family.
Here is another one of my articles over at the Limebird site. Go and take a look! Watch The Skies!.