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I’m out in the world!

I’ve got a few exciting things of me being out in the world! I’ve been featured on a podcast, a blog, I’ll be featured on the Podbean app (you can go and download me there now!!) next week, and in August I’ll be a part of #2podsaday. Listen to me on Wild Pitch I talk about the podcasting, scary things, and my non-sport sporting skills. Read more about me on M L Moos M L Moos is a wonderful author…
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Depressing, sad, and nerdy

Comics I love SMBC. They are weirdly nerdy in so many wonderful ways. Like this one about pop music. And if you are like ugh pop music, SERIOUSLY GO LOOK! You’ll thank me. Another wonderful comic site, Indexed. This one is something I need to remember over and over and over. We still try. We need to try. Keep trying. Vaccines are awesome Seriously, there is probabally someone reading this that is alive because of them. They save lives. Vaccines…
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Strong women

So this is a post I’ve been thinking about for…months? At least. Strong women. Strong female characters. I’m writing this Sunday after the marches around the world yesterday, which, great, now what? And what does that mean? And whole lot of other stuff. This is going to be a messy post. I’ll come back and edit later, and it will still be messy so be warned. And crabby…I get crabby… A story about strong women I’m sitting having dinner with…
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S1.44 Make Arnos Great Again

Make Arnos Great Again by Eddie D. Moore Eddie D. Moore travels extensively for work, and he spends much of that time listening to audio books. The rest of the time is spent dreaming of stories to write and he spends the weekends writing them. His stories have been published by Jouth Webzine, The Flash Fiction Press, Every Day Fiction, Theme of Absence, Flash Fiction Magazine, and Adventure Worlds. Find more on his blog: https://eddiedmoore.wordpress.com/. Music is provided by MADS….
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Jenna’s Books

Jenna is the protagonist in a trilogy, or I thought it was a trilogy. Or it might still be a trilogy. Jenna’s Series It is an urban fantasy with a heavy layer of tech, rather than an eschewing of tech (which is something I want to see more of an if anyone has any great suggestions that are UF that aren’t anti-tech, bring it on!) Book 1 The first book was written about three years ago now. It has some…
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How can I help?

I wrote earlier this week about writing for my niece. The second piece of this is something I’ve been struggling with for a while. Why me? I created a podcast. (You might have heard of it, 600 Second Saga.) This makes me a gatekeeper of sorts. Not a super fancy gate wearing gatekeepers (that’s what real gatekeepers do right? wear gates?) but one nonetheless. I read a lot of other submission guidelines along the way to creating mine. Some of…
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I Write for…

My niece. She’s not old enough to read my work. (And if my sister reads this, don’t ever let her read a few of them!) She may never actually read my work, and I’m entirely ok with that. But I write for my niece anyway. I remember reading when I was a wee bite sized person and clearly I could never be any of those book people. I mean obviously. They were mostly men. They were brash and ballsey (again,…
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Fan Favorites!

During the giveaway we asked for favorite episodes so here are a few of the top fan favorite episodes. The Visitors by Mileva Anastasiadou Like Bad Spray Paint by JW Troemner Earth Children are from Venus and Treborians are from Mars by Sharolyn G Brown An Ill-fated Scarf by M L Moos   What was your favorite episode so far?

2017 Goals

So last week I made a post about what I did in 2016. Now it is time for some planning goals for 2017. Writing My goals are 2-3 novellas, 5-10 flash pieces, 1 novel. I’d prefer to say that I know which novel it will be. I’ve been thinking a lot about Jenna’s novel and what to do with it. I may be posting about that coming up. Still thinking. More Smoke Jumpers pieces are absolutely in the works. One…
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S1.41 String-Driven Thing

String-Driven Thing by Vaughan Stanger String-Driven Thing was originally published in Nature Futures. Formerly an astronomer and more recently a research project manager in the aerospace and defense industry, Vaughan Stanger now writes SF and fantasy fiction for a living. His stories have appeared in Daily Science Fiction, Abyss & Apex, Postscripts, Nature Futures and Interzone, amongst other noted magazines and anthologies. Like most writers, he’s working on a novel—and has been for many years. He also loves cats, thus…
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