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Trajectory Book 2 Available for Preorder

Trajectory Book 2 is now available for preorder on Amazon Kindle (US, Canada), priced at $4.99 US. Full release is scheduled for June 7, 2016 and will be $5.99. I’d release it sooner, but still need to do a final read-through and cleanup plus a couple of minor additions. It’s clocking in at 125k words and nearly 500… Read More »

Trajectory Book 2 Update: Almost There

Yesterday, I dropped a little teaser tweet: #teaser Trajectory Book 2 is near… #kindle #books pic.twitter.com/7MdeSP4rce — robcee (@robcee) April 25, 2016 That tasty morsel means that last Friday I finished the major rewrites (aka PROJECT INFILL) and some tidying up around the edges. It was a bigger project than I expected and ended up introducing something I hadn’t… Read More »

Trajectory Book 1 v1.5, and a Book 2 status report

Just a quick note: I’ve just updated Trajectory Book 1 on Amazon (US, Can) and Smashwords to v1.5. This contains all the most-recent edits (aka “bugfixes”) and should be propagating out on all platforms over the course of the day. If you’ve just bought a copy, I recommend poking your reading device to get the latest version, just… Read More »

Trajectory Book 1 featured on Wattpad

Trajectory Book 1 hit a pretty big milestone yesterday on Wattpad. It is now a featured story in their highly-competitive Science Fiction category. I love charts and graphs, and it’s still too early to know what this will mean for mine, but I’ve already seen a bunch of new faces adding me to their reading lists. What I do know… Read More »

Editing from the Surface of Titan

Yesterday, NASA released the most complete view of the largest moon in our solar system. A false-color composite taken on November 13th at high altitude. Cassini used its infrared, moderate resolution camera system. allowing it to see through the thick hydrocarbon atmosphere. The 1KM/px resolution image shows landmasses, dunes and liquid lakes of methane. Hard water ice covers… Read More »

Fusible Metal Hydrogen

Hey. How’s your weekend? Mine’s alright, thanks. The other day, Charles Stross wrote a screed about The Things One Must Not Do in science fiction in order to maintain his suspension of disbelief. These things are pretty much a laundry list of Things I used in Trajectory Book 1. The coincidence made me chuckle while I sipped my… Read More »

Comms Chatter

I’d like to thank everyone who sent feedback, tweeted about and downloaded my book yesterday. I think by most accounts it was a pretty successful first day for a new book from an unknown author, so I’m very grateful for all the stars and hearts. Thank you. In case you missed it and have no idea what I’m… Read More »