Category Archives: SF

Today we’re going to talk about the new book RELEASED, by S. J. Pajonas. I’ve gotten to know Stephanie as my “Viv Daniels” persona because we’re both publishing “new adult” books. But I actually think her futuristic Japanese novels would … Continue reading

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    One of the things you’ll see if you grab a copy of my new prequel story, “The First Star to Fall” is a map of New Pacifica, the setting of Across a Star-Swept Sea. Back when I was … Continue reading

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Now known as ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA. The copyedits of Star-Swept have been turned in to my publisher, which essentially means my work on this manuscript is complete. I will probably be making a few more changes when I see … Continue reading

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I can’t believe this already the second week in October. Time sure does fly, and I’ve been chock-a-block with activities for the last few weeks — from family trips (2!) to book festivals (2!) to house guests (2 + a … Continue reading

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Some of you know that I studied science in college — geology, in fact. Certain areas of study in geology are part of major political and religious debates in this country right now: namely, climate change and paleontology. I didn’t … Continue reading

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