Archive for February, 2013

Plotting Completed on Isis Rising

February 22, 2013 Leave a comment

I have completed plotting Isis Rising. Only one minor subplot remains to be ironed out, not enough to delay writing in earnest. This is probably the final installment of the Sanantha Mauwad stories. I say probably because the characters continue their lives after this story is over, so there could be further adventures. But this story completes the story arc of these three books. Joseph from Book One meets Desiree from Book Two, old enemies return, and long-pending changes finally fall into place. I am very satisfied with how this all wraps up. I hope you will be too.

I am still shopping Daughter Cell. Another agent and another publisher turned it down. Such is the job of finding the right fit. Thank you for your continued support.

Categories: Writing

Reading at Clayton Community Library March 6th

February 14, 2013 Leave a comment

Chosen Clayton Library Flyer

Categories: Writing

Update on March 2nd Rossmoor Book Fair

February 14, 2013 Leave a comment

I will be appearing with 14 other Bay Area authors at an all day book fair in Rossmoor, near Walnut Creek, California on March 2, 2013. There will be readings, signings, a chance to chat, snacks, and it’s free! So come on down!

Categories: Writing

Happy Evolution Weekend

February 7, 2013 Leave a comment

Happy Evolution Weekend, everyone!

The Clergy Letter Project has gathered over 13,000 clergy signatures endorsing a statement that there is no reason why devout followers of religious traditions cannot also embrace the scientific facts of evolution. Both pro- and anti-religious factions have aggressive spokespersons who preach that there is no common ground and no reconciliation possible between those who believe in God and those who accept evolution as fact. A lot of people, myself and the 13,000 clergy members included, do not see the two views as mutually exclusive or even adversarial. If you agree, please check out the activities planned for this weekend. If one of the 591 listed participating churches is near you, you should attend services this Sunday and see how rational people do not have to deny either their intellects or their spirituality.

Categories: Religion
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