Monthly Archives: March 2014

No Distance Greater than the Stars

Chapter three, part two The only other human on board Space Station Regulus II had a cramped room not far from the noisy halls of the first hub. He could hear the dance club through the walls, but he did … Continue reading

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Caught

In Buddhism, we acknowledge that life is suffering. As fatalistic as that sounds, there is truth to it. Have you ever felt caught between two worlds, suppressed by dualuty? It’s like bring trapped is a narrow crevasse, and there is … Continue reading

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Sci-fi pitch for the Book Doctors

NaNoWriMo posted an event where you can e-mail a book pitch to the Book Doctors, and they will critique 25 of them at random.  I am limited to 250 words and got to 248. I hope it’s compelling!  Feedback would … Continue reading

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No Distance Greather than the Stars

Chapter three, part one It was not exactly morning when they awoke. As Citlally had researched before, there was no set morning, noon or even night on a space station. They kept the clocks of several major planets on display … Continue reading

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