Many thanks to Joanna Penn for the shoutout about Intellectual Property Tracker on her Creative Penn podcast. Joanna is a successful author and entrepreneur, with many, many, titles (both fiction and non-fiction about the business and craft for writing) to her name. Remember that our Kickstarter ends on Feb. 13th, so don’t delay. Please helpContinue reading “Creative Penn podcast”
Update to Intellectual Property Tracker. Requested user feature: image and image licensing.
A working demo on the initial concept of Intellectual Property Tracker. You’ll see some of the BASIC functionality and how the software can be used. The final product will be easier to use and have more features. Please consider backing our Kickstarter as well. In addition to the final product, you’ll also get WMG’s MagicContinue reading “Intellectual Property Tracker Working Demo”
First of all, Happy New Year, one and all. Last year saw the words “The End” go on my space opera. It came in at a respectable 150,000 words. It’s a mix of futuristic nanotech, genetic engineering, the clash of cultures, feudal politics, sexy romance, and swords. The new year is also supposed to seeContinue reading “2019, A year of changes”
I watched Aquaman last night. I’ve got to say, I haven’t been this hyped up about a DC movie in… well, ever. Which is pretty amusing considering Aquaman has been sort of a joke for a long, long time. The movie manages to live up to that hype. It’s fun, it’s got good action, anContinue reading “Kal Sprigg’s review of the Aquaman Movie (no spoilers)”
Exclusivity is one of those words that conjures up images of fashionable, stylish clothes, of expensive shopping, of status symbols. It also conjures up images of being part of a carefully selected group, of prohibiting the unworthy from entering. Thing is, that first type of exclusivity, the one that conjures up designer clothes and shoes,Continue reading “Why I’m the exclusivity contrarian”
I’m happy to announce the release of the ebook version of “Equality: A Short Story.” To get your free copy, click here. It will remain free until the end of the year, so get it now. Libby lives in a peace enclave for a reason. Here, her beliefs live and breathe, forming a cocoon. TheyContinue reading “Equality: A Short Story Re-released today”
I just wanted to share this with everyone. Baen Books does this every year. It’s one of the many reasons they are my favorite publisher.
Scientists predicted catastrophe, telling us that hurricanes would become more frequent. Their allies in the media waited with baited [not a typo] breath for disaster to strike. After all, if it bleeds, it leads, and there’s nothing like a major weather event to take advantage of for more funding and for ratings. Again and againContinue reading “Dolus Magnus: The Great Hoax re-released today”