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Reaching for the stars again!

I was hooked to YouTube when SpaceX went live the other day to announce the first commercial passenger in human history to book a trip around the moon.

Not long ago, the entire world was inspired by a race to reach the moon. Now, we can be inspired again! Humanity is once again reaching for the stars.

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The Ares Initiative, Chapter 3

Tomorrow, the third book in the Translocator Trilogy, The Ares Initiative, comes out, so I thought I'd give those of you who are excited about the upcoming release a chance to get started early with some snippets from the book.

I posted Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 already. Here's Chapter 3...

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The Ares Initiative, Chapter 2

This Friday, the third book in the Translocator Trilogy, The Ares Initiative, comes out, so I thought I'd give those of you who are excited about the upcoming release a chance to get started early with some snippets from the book.

I'll post a chapter a day until Friday.

I posted Chapter 1 yesterday. Here's Chapter 2...

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Gods in science fiction with Steve Statham

Stoked that I got to have Steve Statham on to talk about gods in science fiction. Steve's a great guy and he writes a hell of a space opera.

Our conversation today was sparked because I read his book, Gods and the City. The topics we covered range from mythology to history to our obsession with gods in storytelling.

We also talk about the characters in Steve's book—every day people who are called upon to defend humanity—and how they rose to the challenge.

What a fun conversation. A few great book recommendations for you in there, too. Hope you enjoy it.

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Snarky space adventures with K. Gorman

This is the first SFF book club interview!

I got a chance to sit down and chat with K. Gorman, author of the space opera series, The Eurynome Code.

We talk about science fiction, inspirations, humor, and the first book in her space opera series, Black Dawn, which was featured in the book club just a few weeks ago.

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