A short spring update for you all. It’s been a while but I have been busy with a few things. A big change happened. Wait, make that two. My day job recently made a big office move from Aliso Viejo to San Clemente a couple months ago, going from new, growing town to a beach … Continue reading Cars, Comics, and Clarity
December 25, 2012. Christmas. An annual Terra Firma holiday before the new year. But this was not for celebration, religious contemplation, and gifts under a green, twinkling tree in someone’s house. Humans, however, were recovering from the Wave’s devastating, life-altering effects that could get worse by the minute. Terrans appeared all over, demonized as living … Continue reading What Do We Know – Titan Spires
Throughout the Galactic Republic, Slipspace is rudimentary to the government’s power, the lifeblood to the Milky Way galaxy. But the technology is not a permanent stream; this universe is bound to its limitations. Being simple in design, an artificially grown crystal with a specific ion matrix is used as a fuel source and the true representation of hybrid tech. It is hard to manufacture but incredibly self-reliant for all communications. But what is Slipspace?
So this is important to say. It's been six years since Mana Pool was released, and since that year, the sequel has been worked on. Like...worked on, for reasons. There was that year during Nanowrimo I wrote half of the book, but the plot back then was not up to par. They are notes, and … Continue reading Ghost Factor’s Future
The Milky Way galaxy; quiet from afar but busy from within. Humans on Terra Firma still conflict with each other whether life exists outside the Sol system, or their planet is the universe’s center to be that naive, while fighting over who’s religion is right or wrong. But it’s no secret. The galaxy is full … Continue reading What Do We Know – The Galactic Republic
Another long time away from this blog, but I can't get away from sharing updates now that the day job settled down. Yeah, the day job was taking my focus from writing this fall, like every time. I had to do data entry for one client and became a temp assignment auditor as the company … Continue reading Update on My Writing
Since this is November and Nanowrimo, I feel like sharing my writing tools because with the recent Apple announcement bugging me, I’m still evaluating what I use to write. I work on Macs for writing, and within my MacBook is Scrivener. I can’t be without that app to do my job. Just the best document … Continue reading The State of My Writing Tools