Cold New Planet is in the P&E poll (link)

Cold New Planet is a contender in the Preditors & Editors poll (Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Story category: http://critters.org/predpoll/

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The Naked Writer–Lay Versus Lie

We would “lie down”—no object. We wouldn’t “lay down.”

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Cold New Planet spotlighted (link)

Cold New Planet has been spotlighted on Florida Book News:  http://www.floridabooknews.com/

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Cold New Planet available now

Cold New Planet is available as an ebook now; it’s actually a reprint from the anthology, Science Fiction Consortium, and it’s available as a pre-order: Cold New Planet

What mysteries will the colonists–and the consortium backing them–uncover on this slowly thawing planet? Are the colonists alone? This planet is supposed to be theirs; their backers, who had their own agenda, had paid enough money to ensure that. What lies under the snow and ice? And where did all these humans–and aliens–come from? From a barren, icy wasteland, it’s almost like gridlock back on Earth.

 

 

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Writing without an Outline like Minesweeper

I ran across this video that compares Writing without an outline to being like Minesweeper.  Or, I suppose, since I like submarines, those early days of submarining where danger was potentially all…

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Why the Reader Put That Book Down

These are the mistakes that will have me railing at the heavens and throwing a book across the room…followed by depression because I can never get those wasted hours back.

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A Christmas gift that is perfect for the season.

I enjoyed learning about the Jewish culture and how he could have grown and learned with the historical background. Well written.

*Jesus of Nazareth, Boy and Man: A Novel of the Lost Years* by the award-winning short story writer and novelist G. Miki Hayden tells the story of Jesus from his early preaching as a boy in the Temple to his discovery of who he is in relationship to “our Father.” A lifelong spiritual student, Hayden…
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