Monthly Archives: April 2015

Bezos’ Blue Origin Launches Its Flagship Rocket

Yesterday, Blue Origin, the space rocket company owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, posted highlights from their first test launch. Check out the video–it’s darn cool stuff. The spacecraft, named New Shepard after the first US astronaut in space, Alan Shepard, took

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Posted in interesting stuffs, science news

5 Reasons Why The Writers’ Journey Is Still So Darn Difficult

The tulips are out, the weather is getting predictable and I am enjoying every bit of it, especially venturing out to meet with friends over lunch. Many conversations nowadays drift to my writing enterprise and this post is a result

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Posted in on writing, quotes, thoughtful thursdays

A Word, A Place, And Something Else–Out In The Sea

Another week, another research project. I have been into “seasteads” lately. It started while working on the final story of Population Morpheus, my upcoming book of shorts wherein I needed to look into structure built on high seas, housing solutions

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Posted in Fun with words, interesting stuffs, on my books, on writing

Self-publishing Services, Courtesy Books-A-Million

Books-A-Million has launched BAM! Publishing DIY, a platform where authors can create, edit, and self-publish books. This will be competing with Amazon’s CreateSpace and similar services. Joyce McKinnon, Espresso Book Machine® Coordinator at Books-A-Million, said, “We are thrilled to offer

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Posted in industry news, publishing news

Stay Foolish

“Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” ~Steve Jobs

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