Archive | July, 2012

Remembering Sally Ride

NASA ‏@NASA “Sally Ride broke barriers with grace and professionalism – and literally changed the face of America’s space program.”

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ThrillerFest and Lee Child’s Lessons: Even for Sci Fi

 How to create Suspense? Learn that readers are hardwired to wait for the answer to a burning question, says Lee Child at ThrillerFest. That’s the potential benefit of a attending a conference: hearing those chunks of advice that can bring an entire enigma into simple focus. No matter what you write: Readers will keep turning […]

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“The Dolphin of Europa” comes of age

Within a month, this NOVELLA goes to AMAZON as an EBOOK with new cover art by Stephen Youll. (Tiny cropping from the cover below. What creature? In what ocean? Whose hand? Stay tuned for the full cover to come.) Previously in Aphelion Webzine: “The Dolphin of Europa” tells of an innocent nurse in 2152, trapped […]

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