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Orycon: Edge is Awarded, POST is talked about….

This is my brief Orycon report. Orycon is held once each year in November, in Portland, Oregon. I always enjoy this convention, and this year was no different.  I had many great conversations with friends. Most, of course, were about politics. So I’ll let you imagine those for now, since we’re all talking politics this month.  There …

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Orycon Schedule

I’ll be at Orycon 38 in Portland, Oregon from November 18th and 19th. Here’s my schedule: Friday from 5:00 – 6:00 Minor Characters (Moderator)  Friday from 6:30 – 7:00 Endeavour Awards (Edge of Dark is a finalist!) Saturday from 10:00 – 11:00 Hybrid Vigor: Choosing both traditional and self-publishing Saturday from 12:00 – 1:00 Science Fiction …

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Post #8: The Last Hurrah!

This is the seventh post in my POST series of postings.  🙂 We’re funded, but not yet finished. We’re at $3,967 out of $3,500 and there are 45 hours to go.  This, of course, is great news.  It means POST will be read — we have 143 backers (collectively – for the two books – …

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Post #6: With a little help from my friends

Introduction: This is the sixth entry in my series about POST, the novel that eSpecBooks is crowdfunding via Kickstarter.  For reference, we’re at $2796 out of $3500 at this moment, which is Friday morning.  18 days to go. I’m telling stories about POST….and this is a story about old and valued friendships. One of the advantages of crowdfunding is that …

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Post #5: Why Crowdfunding, why eSpec?

This is the fifth entry in my series about POST, the novel that eSpecBooks is crowdfunding via Kickstarter.  For reference, we’re at $2240 out of $3500 at this moment, which is Saturday morning.  I’m telling stories about the book….and this is the promised story of why it’s coming out via a Kickstarter. It’s more than a story about …

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Post #4: On the Rising Part of the Curve

I’ve already told a few stories about POST – how I finally got use Cynthia Radthorne’s art, how the story started, and how it’s partly a conversation with another author’s work.  I’m telling these stories because eSpecBooks is currently crowdfunding POST and another novel by Jack Campbell (The Sister Paradox) on Kickstarter.  More about that …

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