May the Fourth be with you! So excited to see Solo in a few weeks. In the meantime, I treasure this moment – when Star Wars Day 2018 started a little early for me:
Celebrating a successful transition of Inkican.com to a new hosting platform. Now this web page can move at the speed I always wanted it to. Enjoy some Daft Punk on your Friday afternoon!
I post things I find interesting there – I’m having fun with it.
I’m pleased to say that I’ve published another short story. The Battle of Victoria Crater is now available on Amazon or anywhere else you like to buy your favorite books. What’s TBoVC about? Here’s a quick synopsis:
“Martin grows up on the harsh, haunting landscape of Mars dodging bullets, freezing temperatures and hired guns. How can a raw, hard-bitten group of colonists hope to survive against a menacing Earthbound corporation? What will happen if they give up and go home? Continue reading
Just published a new short story, bringing the count to seven shorts published in the past year. Planet Ugh was inspired by Youtube comments. The aliens have arrived, and Earth makes first contact. Do they think we’re ready to meet the rest of the universe? Our representative makes his case, but the conversation isn’t going well …
Slowdowns in WordPress have been observed by me and a few other people. I’m working on fixing that. Thanks for your patience.
I’m pleased to say that Dr. Christopher is back in a new short story that follows up our favorite superhero mental health professional. I needed a break from polishing Mesh, and decided to knock out this four-thousand-word short that continues the adventures of one very special psychiatrist, and his incredibly damaged patients. This time, Doctor Christopher has a new set of patients and a new set of problems. How will the superhero wars affect our global climate? No one is quite sure, but everyone knows that Dr. Christopher is caught in the middle.
As always, I want to keep you informed as to the journey. Body Issues wasn’t picked up by Asimovs so I just got through submitting it to Analog. I’m pumped to see it come to life, sci-fi has many multiverses to explore. You can keep track of my submission and publication log here.