Monthly Archives: September 2019

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The Flavors of Autumn

It was 97F when I left the office on Friday evening. Yet it’s the middle of September, so when I stopped by the store to pick up groceries, I saw that all of the autumn flavored items were in stock.  This photo shows my favorites.A cinnamon stick mini whisk broom. I love the scent of cinnamon […]

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Story Changes Are Hard!

​One of the weird things about writing fiction is how real the events in my stories feel to me. When I hit a snag in my story and realize that I have to change an event or a character’s personality, I sometimes feel reluctant. A part of me can’t let go because I remember the […]

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September Issue of The KierDevil News Is Out!

The ​September edition of my KierDevils newsletter went out on Thursday, ​September 5th. It includes ​Fun Facts about WAR: Intrusion, the second book in my WAR series. If you’re a subscriber and don’t see it in your Inbox, please check your Spam or Junk folder. For Gmail users, it might also be on your Promotions tab. If […]

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Science and Pop Fiction

​Over this long Labor Day weekend, I’ve been listening to older episodes of StarTalk Radio hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. I particularly enjoyed the two-part Cosmic Queries – Science in Pop Fiction. Ever wonder whether it’s possible to develop stealth technology that will make us invisible like the Invisible Man? What type of solar system […]

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