Category Archives: NaNoWriMo

Some Thoughts On The Finishing Of A Novel

For the last few years, in 2012 and every year since 2015, I have participated every November in the NaNoWriMo competition. In the course of writing seven books over the course of seven Novembers, I have noticed a few patterns … Continue reading

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The Lost One: Part Six

In the end, it was not such a bad thing for the Gorman ship and its refugees to run into the Multipians, as happened quite easily once the Gorman ship passed through the asteroid belt and towards the planet that … Continue reading

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The Lost One: Part Five

Eva found that life on a ship could be surprisingly busy or not. Her parents, of course, did not find themselves with much to do, as they mostly pondered and planned what to do when they arrived on a planet … Continue reading

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The Lost One: Part Four

The scout ship was quite surprised when they saw where the portal the refugee ship took led to, seeing as it went to a neutral zone that existed between the Multipians and the Vallerians, one of the three allies who … Continue reading

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The Lost One: Part Three

By far, the easier assignment of the two squads of Multipians was the one that was sent to Gorman 3 in a heavily armed cruiser. This is not to say that the task was a pleasant one, but it was … Continue reading

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The Lost One: Part Two

Eva’s family had lived on Gorman 3 for a long time. They had not meant to. In the beginning, of course, it was simply supposed to be a way station between the horrors of old earth and the possibilities of … Continue reading

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The Lost One: Part One

Dr. Lisbeth Zambrano awoke with a start in the night. Something was crying. Something small and scared and a long way away was sending a cry out into the ether, hoping that someone would hear it it and pay attention … Continue reading

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The Korinthidon Pre-Cognition Team: Part Four

Lisbeth had learned at least a few things in her lengthy study of korinthidons, and one of those things was to watch the way that they behaved and then follow their lead. It did not take long for the korinthidons … Continue reading

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The Korinthidon Pre-Cognition Team: Part Three

Before too long, it came time for winter, and a flurry of communications demonstrated that the proper support for Lisbeth’s proposal was to be expected. When it came time to travel to the Southern continent, she traveled to the capital … Continue reading

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The Korinthidon Pre-Cognition Team: Part Two

Meanwhile, on the island of Maddon, there was an upset tea plantation owner. In his own eyes, he was doing everything he could do to grow tea to sell for the imperial capital market. This should not, in theory, be … Continue reading

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