July 18, 2019
July 15, 2019
July 13, 2019
Tomorrow there will be a another solar eclipse, the third one in less than a week. This occurs when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are in line. Scientists are having a hard time explaining the sudden frequency. However the people on the Island of Pool believe that it marks the coming of the Great Chalk Lord who will perform a three-ball trick shot sending the Earth hurtling towards the Great Corner Pocket (black hole) at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. But they are savages and believe a lot of things without evidence even though our solar system has begun to smell of stale beer and cigarettes.
July 12, 2019
Words on screen today, about 1,884
Set up tweets of PSAs for next week
Dropped Friday Freebie notice on Reddit for The Robespierre Conspiracy
It’s enjoying to write about Wingut and Plunk again.
Let me ask you this: what would you do if you found out your species only lived twenty years?
Inde, is Frederick’s right hand woman and is now fifteen years old but looks like she is in her late fifties. For her, killing someone over the age of twenty is simple fairness, forced equality.
Inde is chaos in human form.
July 11, 2019
The coin was tossed and the antagonist won. Frederick will open The End of Time.
– The End of Time is beginning to move faster. Just had to get the work rhythm set up. Write Earth Journals and Smoke and Mirrors on Mon-Wed, write The End of Time Thurs-Fri (and any spare time on the weekends).
– Thank you to Mazda for making Miata batteries that are small and easily fit in the battery area behind the seat of my MG. No more scraped fingers and knuckles.
– So far, No cursing July is going poorly. 11 times so far. A very dismal showing. I must remain vigilant….hahaha. At least No Bread is going easily. I’m not really a foodie so that makes it easy. Just put something healthy in front of me, preferably spicy. Sure I like pizza, but it’s just food.
July 10, 2019
2,030 words today
A nice theme has come into Earth Journals.
– The Reptile Center of Florida has posted record earnings. CFO Donna Nuff said a lower costs was the primary driver as well as excellent attendance from the community.
– The Invisible Mailman has come and gone again today. He has driven the invisible mail truck up and down your neighborhood delivering the mail, always darting from one house to the other as if he could be seen like the rest of us. I don’t think anyone has told him that he is invisible. Maybe he doesn’t remember the accident.
– Ingrid Swarthi has reported that another snake was found in her downstairs toilet again. Her neighbors The Reptile Center of Florida have denied the snake being one of theirs. ‘Sure the last six were ours…but this one, now way it’s one of ours. Just look at it. It’s aggressive and highly venomous. But we’ll capture it and give it a safe and secure home at the Reptile Center of Florida because that’s what good neighbors do’.
– The Good Deed Society has its weekly meeting tonight. An open forum with public comment will mark the first hour followed by the official society balloting on Good Deed of the Year. It’s been a hotly contested race between George Stewart’s ‘Got my wife a clean fork’ versus Michael Dressly’s ‘Drove my kid to baseball practice more than once’. You must be in attendance to vote.
– The Williams family has reported finding another alligator in their pool. The seven foot gator was sunning itself on the diving board when the family came home from a day at the beach. Animal Control were called to rescue the gator before it became too comfortable with its surroundings and particularly the new floating rafts with cold drink storage. The Reptile Center of Florida has offered to give the animal a good home. The Williams dog, Frou Frou is still missing and presumed to have run away when it saw the gator.
– Police are still baffled by the disappearance of fourteen people so far this year in the vicinity of the Reptile Center.
July 3rd, 2019
July 2nd, 2019
June 4th: 2019
Rather than spend time rotating single book deals, and setting up boxset pricing rotation, I’m going with a $0.99 for everything set and forget pricing while I crank out the next book and more Earth Journals.
You can find the link to everything here:
Hope you find something you like.
May 27: 2019
Earth Journals have begun.
New books covers for the History Department series.
A Partial History of the Universe – Books 1 – 3 of the History Department series is on sale everywhere for $0.99
The Present and the History Department at the University of Centrum Kath (Book 6) has been released.
The End of Time and the History Department at the University of Centrum Kath (Book 7) is being outlined and writing starts in the next couple of days.
June 13: 2018
A book cover has been born:
An intergalactic empire versus a junior high science teacher and infinity – a fair fight.
Weekend To-Do List
Break up with boyfriend – Check
Quit smoking – In progress
Go camping – In progress
Alien Abduction – Imminent?
Help save the universe – WTF?!
Elaine McGee is the science teacher and chess coach at Krauss Junior High. She’s been going through a bad patch recently and is trying to make changes to turn her life around. She is about to get some unexpected help from the largest mathematical concept.
Chiro Montal is First Minister of the Goodness Empire, an alliance of empires that rule eighty percent of the universe. He’s ruthless and crafty. As the leader of the largest of five factions, former enemies come together after centuries of warfare, Chiro navigates the bumpy landscape of cooperation. The factions all share one trait, they are authoritarian regimes, that ugly, dangerous blend of industry, government, media and military where the only disagreement allowed is over who agrees the most. Chiro finally has the means to crush the rebel areas of the outer spiral arms.
Professor Lawrence Chu is a math professor at the University of Bilcor-Anders in the outer spiral arm of the Milky Way Galaxy. Professor Chu believes he might have solved an unsolvable problem. If true, the rebels may have a formidable new weapon.
Oflap Bueller is a navigator second class that cannot avoid the wrath of her commander. Bueller keeps having these ideas that sound really good until they go wrong. Will Pluto survive Bueller?
Before the History Department at the University of Centrum Kath there was the Math Department and the Numeracy Committee. Find out how the whole thing started with this prequel. No experience necessary.
Read IMPROBABLES: a satire about very large numbers now before your planet self-destructs (currently a 63.82% probability).
Words your mother won’t like? Definitely.
Imaginary Sex? Of course.
Satirical Viewpoints? Overwhelmingly.
This book description conforms to the exception made for FACTION (Facts Told as Fiction) in accordance with Section 183.17 of the Charter of the History Department at the University of Centrum Kath, the largest repository of knowledge and learning in the universe.
Chuckling through a review yesterday.