Monthly Archives: March 2015

Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 2)

Continuing my “Grammar Demons” series, today we have Capitalization. This is one of my biggest pet peeves. I am actually committing to memory the various rules of capitalization, and they are my most frequently looked up grammar thing. I tend

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Posted in infographics, interesting stuffs, on writing

Juniper Grove Book Solutions–Author Interview

The last interview of the March book tour is now live on Juniper Grove. Thank you, Jaidis Shaw, for a fantastic tour. I had fun writing a really long sentence in response to a question from Jaidis, wanted to share

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Posted in author interviews, on my books

Antarctic Ice Shelves Thinning 70% Faster

Over the past two decades, we have been hearing about the ice in Antarctica thinning, but recent studies are showing that its edges have been melting at a 70% faster rate over the last decade. “We are starting to lose

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Posted in industry news, science news

Experimenting With Parallel Narratives

My WIP book of short stories “Population Morpheus” is a bundle of experiments. I wanted to try out new cover design ideas, the short story format, first person POV and parallel narratives, among other things. The cover design came together

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Posted in on writing, thoughtful thursdays

Entertaining Story And Unique Setting–A Book Review At “Zerina Blossom’s Books”

Emily Kopf at “Zerina Blossom’s Books” posted a review of Maia and the Xifarian Conspiracy. A sneak peek below- “One of the first things I noticed in this book was its imagery. S. G. Basu vividly described each setting Maia

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Posted in book reviews, on my books
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