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Art vs. Business: A Constant Struggle

One of the longest debates among creatives involves the apparent conflict between business and art. On the one hand, artists have to make a living one way or another, therefore making money off of art should be a primary concern. This, however, often leads to a number of restraints. It discourages risk taking and encourages things…
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New Artwork of Alice

I’m pleased to unveil some artwork with three poses of Alice (as she looks when she’s older). You’ll start to see these images throughout the site. Click to enlarge the image above. I’m very pleased with this artist, and will most likely use him for the book cover of the Alice collections. You should also see…
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What I’ve Learned So Far About Writing Serial Fiction

I am often known for diving straight into a project without having the least idea of how to do it well. I don’t regret this. I consider full, and immediate, immersion as the best way to learn. That said, it often results in a poor start, and I have to make a lot of changes…
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Argonautica Retold: The Origin of Argo Force

Author’s Note: Today, I have a special treat for all of you. This is the story of Jason and the Argonauts. Jason would eventually become one of the first Founders of Argo Force, and this is the story of how he got there. For now, this story will stand on its own, but I may…
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Short Story: Before the Fall

When you’re behind enemy lines, talking to God is…distracting. The night was cold. Michael Smith lay hidden with the rest of his platoon, waiting. He was dressed in standard army uniform complete with body armor, helmet, and heavy moisture wicking boots. Around his neck hung a small cross, made of solid white gold. Michael didn’t…
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