Monthly Archives: October 2010

It’s a book!

Coming back from a wonderfully relaxing trip in the San Juan Islands with my beautiful wife I found this waiting for me in the mail box.  Another step forward.  Catherine will be sending copies to reviewers and we’ll get together … Continue reading

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Jerry Stubblefield, author, playwright

“Two thousand years from now, people don’t die; they just reboot, choosing what to remember, what to forget. The results are not always what they – or we — expect. In Dancing with Eternity, John Lowrie has imagined a richly … Continue reading

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The cover is finished!

With the cover design complete Dancing with Eternity takes it’s next step: the Advanced Release Copy.  This will go out to reviewers at newspapers, sci-fi mags and websites.  With any luck, and assuming the dazzling cover will tempt reviewers to … Continue reading

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Windsurfing

A few days ago I had the privilege and pleasure of being interviewed by two very entertaining young men styling themselves as deprava and ser sagremor on their podcast site, Impetuous Windmills.  They’ve broken the interview into two parts.  You … Continue reading

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You should either be a pessimist or an optimist if you’re going to write sci-fi. Part 2

I guess I’m in the camp (well, it’s probably a pretty small camp, probably just me and my solitary wienie on a stick) that defines technology as the craft of solving problems. We solve problems because the alternative, to not … Continue reading

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Why would an actor think he could write a science-fiction novel? Part 2

Would an actor who had, say, done voice work for computer games such as Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach, Left 4 Dead, F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, Infamous, Team Fortress 2, Half-Life 2, The Matrix Online, The Suffering, The Suffering: Ties … Continue reading

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