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I want everyone to know about Roadrunner Books. It is both my home base, and bookstore. You can also find an offering of many Free Books, and…Continue
Posted on September 13, 2015 at 8:50pm
I write pulp, without apology, where the heroes are larger than life, and the heroines are always stunningly gorgeous -- It probably helps that most of them, are Robots [used as the word first appeared in (R.U.R Rossum's Universal Robots] and are literally manufactured.
While at the same time I seek to transcend that very same pulp-ish inclination with philosophical and metaphysical journeys meant to bring your mind to the edge of an abyss.…Continue
Posted on February 17, 2014 at 8:00pm — 1 Comment
Just trying this out.
Posted on February 17, 2014 at 3:58pm — 2 Comments
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Rodney, just posted a review of a Sci Fi book by an indie author. Hope you can stop by
Rodney, I hope you have been doing well. Here is the link to this week's review
I invite you to stop by and leave a comment.
got another review posted.
The latest edition of What I Am Reading is out
I got another book review posted
Hope you can check it out
Rodney, I just posted my latest book review.
I hope you have been well. I am going to have Marilyn transfer Kitana from the c drive of my desktop pc to my Kindle Paper White and hopefully be starting it after next weekend.
In the mean time, I just posted my latest edition of What I Am Reading. Hope you can check it out.
Wanted to let you know that I followed your link and was surprised to find that you give your books away for free :-)
Thanks for that! I downloaded Kitana onto my desktop computer.
Right now I am reading The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Anymore by Eric Robert Nolan.
Also, I got Water Lily by Bethany Leftwich on my Kindle Paper White.
They are both friends of mine here on The Book Marketing Network.
I am sure they would like it if you stopped by their respective pages and said hi.
Oh, they are both Sci-Fi writers, like you!
Very glad to meet you as well :)
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