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DIY Magazines

Yes, resources to actually layout and publish your own magazine, mostly for free. My blushing bride pointed out recently that I mostly haven’t posted anything original in years.  Just links to other resources and some brief copy around it to explain what I’m posting and why. This week isn’t going to be any different. I […]

Stay True to You

Don’t listen to the media. Seriously, they don’t have your best interests at heart.  They want to sell advertising, not good news.  And, they sure don’t want you to like yourself or feel comfortable with the world around you.  Because, after all, if you feel safe and happy, they don’t know how to sell you […]

Self Publish Your Book

Theoretically, if you’re participating in NaNoWriMo this month, you should be just about done with your novel. I’m going to assume this is true and that you’ll want to publish your novel, eventually and that, in the spirit of NaNoWriMo, you’ll want to do it on your own terms.  So, in that spirit, I’m offering […]

Create Ebooks from Webpages

Okay, this isn’t exactly a new idea, but it’s still worth sharing. I got this from Lifehacker back in 2012, but I’ve been behind in my link sharing, so I’m just getting to it now. The idea is simple.  Reading on-line is rarely the best, most comfortable, most convenient way to keep up with all […]

More Free eBooks

So, I’ve kind of been on a big ebook, Nook, freebie kick this month and I figured I might as well just go ahead and continue with that. There are actually a lot of places to search up free ebooks, but I found a great list of places to get free books specifically for the […]

Short Fiction for the Nook

Can you tell I’m really enjoying my new Nook HD+? I hadn’t really intended for this to be my focus this month, my personal choice of ereader, but, well, sometimes these things just happen. I love my Nook and I enjoyed my last one, too, which, honestly, is a surprise to me.  I used to […]

Picking New Fiction

I like to read. In fact, I like to read a lot, as anyone who’s spent time with me can tell you.  I have to admit, I read a lot of trash, but, still, at least I’m reading.  And, since getting my newest Nook HD+ back around Mother’s Day, I’ve been reading more than ever.  […]

Summer Reading

Don’t worry, I promise it will be a fun list. Hey, remember when you were a kid in school and they’d give you a Summer reading list?  You know, those painful “classics” that we were forced to read because they were supposed be so good, but were really terrible to read because of the archaic […]

Writing Science Fiction for the Government

Yeah, it’s kind of a mind-bender, isn’t it? So, the few regular readers who are left at this sad, old, mostly-neglected blog know that I’m a big fan of science-fiction.  And, when I have time, I read a lot.  Granted, since college I think I read more non-fiction than fiction, but, still, I manage to […]

Gadget Trak Really Works!

Ever lost a camera? And, by “lost”, I mean, has your camera ever been stolen?  Well, Gadget Trak can help.  And, now we know that it’s not an empty claim! I’ve mentioned other camera tackers before, but Gadget Trak’s stolen camera finder has been verified by a photographer who used it to recover his camera. […]


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