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An Excerpt from Shift, Chapter 10

An Excerpt from Shift, Chapter 10

Since I’ve just finished the “final” (heavy emphasis on the quotes) revision of chapter 10, I thought that I’d post an excerpt from it. 1015 words, to be exact. This is the introduction to a secondary character, Shelagh. Comments are welcome, of course. In terms of forward momentum, I’m into the first draft of chapter 16. Things are going a bit slower as my characters are in a place where real world references aren’t as easy, but the creative hard science thought experiments are much more interesting. So what happens in a spacial dimension born of the same Big Bang but with with a lower gravitational constant? Stars form more slowly, thus other matter does, too. The Earth is a bit more primordial geologically. And so on.

Fun. Fun.

Logitech K480 Keyboard Review: A Not-Mobile Keyboard for Mobiles

Logitech K480 Keyboard Review: A Not-Mobile Keyboard for Mobiles

My thoughts on tools in authoring. justification of being a writing gear head, and (mostly) a review of the Logitech K480 Bluetooth Keyboard. It’s made to sit on a desktop but to be used with mobile devices. Kind of a platypus…with the fur, webbed feet, and duckbill but minus the poisonous spines behind the legs.

Chien. (A Shift Space Short)

Chien. (A Shift Space Short)

Chien just got off the bus at the end of a long week and is looking to reward himself with one of his favorite Taiwanese night market treats. Unfortunately, he discovers that there are things lurking in the dark alleys just outside the street market thoroughfare, just outside the edge of perception. This is a love letter to H. P. Lovecraft, set in the context of the Taiwanese cultural staples of night markets and fermented tofu.

Welcome to the Shift Space, My Author’s Blog.

Welcome to the Shift Space, My Author’s Blog.

Most of my friends know that besides photography, reading, and being frustratingly annoying I like to write. I especially like to write in the same genre of ┬ámovies and books I consume the most, science fiction. Up until now I’ve either not published the things that I’ve written or, in the case of my current endeavor, serialized it to my street photography & travel blog. Recently I have to decided to put a little more effort in to my writing and as part of that effort I’ve decided to separate my public linguistic expressions from my photographic expressions.

My Books

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