Monday Musings: Are Big Publishing Companies Anti-Library?

Summer Sale!! During the month of July, all my books and stories will be on sale at Smashwords. Three, including the first two stories in my urban fantasy series, The Yo-Yo Files, are free. My short fantasy collection is half off, as is my latest sci-fi novel, Two's Company. My first novel, Circle Unbroken, is at even more of a discount. Ebooks are … Continue reading Monday Musings: Are Big Publishing Companies Anti-Library?

Wednesday Wanderings: Scientists Discover Link Between Brain and Immune System, Librarians Parody Queen, Stephen Hawking Wants to Send a Ship to the Stars, and 21 Novels You Should Read

The discovery of a connection between the brain and the immune system means new insights to many diseases: Immune System I think we all love a good parody, and when it combines Bohemian Rhapsody and librarians, it is definitely worth watching: Librarian Rhapsody Stephen Hawking helps fund a project to send a tiny spacecraft to … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Scientists Discover Link Between Brain and Immune System, Librarians Parody Queen, Stephen Hawking Wants to Send a Ship to the Stars, and 21 Novels You Should Read

Wednesday Wanderings: Food, tornado, National Anthem fail, and more from around the ‘net

This weeks links are a varied lot, which sort of reflects what the Internet is, doesn't it? On the heels of a NY Times story (linked in the post) saying that salt may not be as bad as formerly thought, Michael Ruhlman wrote this blog post on the real eating disorder in America. No, it's … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Food, tornado, National Anthem fail, and more from around the ‘net