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The Consortium is a supposed “utopia” where thousands of planets benefit from financial and cultural unity. Where neurological experiences and emotions are converted to energy via mysterious orbs. Where travel from one end of the galaxy to the other in mere hours is possible thanks to the dimension called The WhereHow. Where a mysterious being named The Siron, a god to some, an alien tyrant to others, makes all the diplomatic decisions for planetary relationships. Find out more.

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Friday’s Findings

Recently, I visited my local Speed Art Museum and enjoyed the exhibit Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper. She folded and molded Japanese paper into the shapes and folds of dresses and clothing of historical figures. Upon this paper, she painted intricate details of texture, patterns and created the illusion of actual cloth, actual

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Friday’s Findings

He who controls the spice, controls the universe. Frank Herbert, Dune And he who controls the movie rights to Dune controls how people perceive the novel. Dune continues to be my favorite science fiction novel since my teen years. It’s been made for the screen three times so far: Dune (1984), Dune mini-series (2000), and

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Friday’s Findings

Every situation is an opportunity for a writer to collect sensory details. Tomorrow, one of my closest friends for many years (decades, really), is getting married. I’m so happy for her and her groom. As a writer, I’m going to take the opportunity to mentally record sensory details for possible use in future stories. Weddings

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Friday’s Findings

Six to eight past midday. That is when I am writing. I don’t have the luxury of writing full time, so I need a schedule to motivate me to apply body to chair, fingers to keyboard.  A person can get a lot done in two hours. Some writing advice: Story Structure: How The Act Three

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