It’s a haunted, odd little story about one of the minor characters in Rothfuss’ KINGKILLER CHRONICLE series. The protagonist’s name in this book is Auri, and she lives in the “Underthing.”
If J. Alfred Prufrock could measure his life in coffee spoons, I can measure mine in notebooks. Here’s a peek inside the most recent notebook I filled.
In the summer of 2014, I visited the the Maya city of Chichen Itza in Mexico, and that trip inspired parts of my scifi thriller novel, The Auriga Project.
The science behind the science fiction of transporters is called quantum teleportation. Here are a couple fun short videos, and an article on the subject.
Last week, I spent two incredible days at the Smarter Artist Summit 2016, a conference for writers and indie authors in Austin, TX.
Is Neo the One? Is Zion just another level of the Matrix? These are the best fan theories about The Matrix trilogy invented by people on the Internet.
Is speculative fiction the same as science fiction and fantasy? Here’s a popular definition of speculative fiction, some reading recommendations, and an introduction to the debate about the term among the SF community.
A photo essay of our weekend trip to Denver, CO. Mountainscapes, graffiti art, the Botanic Gardens, and the Carousel of Happiness.
This is a review of The Obstacle Is the Way by Ryan Holiday, a book of actionable advice distilled from the precepts of Stoicism and peppered with real-life examples from recent history.
If you like podcasts and you haven’t listened to Hardcore History, you’re missing out on one of the highest quality, most entertaining shows out there.