Hey Space Cadets! How are you surviving the virus? We are surviving the virus – don’t know about the homeschooling the kids – that I just might not survive. Anywho, on to more interesting things.
Hey Space Cadets, today I wanted to bring you another awesome little science fiction film. It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of these and I thought reviving it would be cool! They’re indie productions, and very much worth watching! I plan on posting another blog soon, but for today I need to work on my next book. So here’s a cool film!
Don’t let the quarantine get you down!
Does the news have you convinced that we’ve approached the end times? Are you worried that you’re living in a post-apocalyptic nightmare occurring in slow-motion? Well, luckily for you, I consulted my Magic 8-Ball, and we’ll be fine until the aliens come to recruit us for their intergalactic war!
Hey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I wish I had a lot to tell you, update wise, but I’m busy diving into writing my next novel. Instead, here’s a look at what I’ve been reading on my daily walks. In order to streamline the review process and make writing them less onerous, I have tried a more abbreviated format. Please be sure to share your thoughts on this change, and we can adjust fire going forward.
Hello Space Cadets, how are you doing today?
Things are going well here, my recently published book, The Reservist is hopefully entertaining those who were so kind as to give the audiobook a chance – the paperback/ebook is out as well. We don’t seem to know here if it is fall or winter. I’m still in awe at how well the books are doing, but it just goes to show what you can do when you have a strong support team on your side. I’m pretty blunt in my about me section that my books are a team endeavor as we compensate for the residual complications from one too many blows to the head.
Hello Space Cadets, today is another throwback post. I think this story was posted way back when, before anyone had found this post so I decided it needed an edit because it’s too funny to go unloved. This happened when I was writing book one, The Legion Awakes, in the local Starbucks. The very one whose store number became Lance Scipio’s beloved 6907th TAC Regiment. I was spread out over the long corner table organizing the story, so I could fix issues Tim C. Taylor had with the combat scene. The scene in question was part of what became the novella The Demons of Kor-Lir which is still available to those who sign up for my mailing list.
Hey Space Cadets, how are you all doing? I’m doing great, especially since I can tell you about a new release! I have a new anthology out!!! I can’t wait to get everyone’s reaction to these stories.