Sunday's Online Work

@egdcltd (6970)
July 1, 2018 3:37pm CST
I published an article on the science fiction site. I've finished with all the small posts I currently had ready; with going to pretty much publishing articles, I'm only doing one per day. I also republished a post on the new electronics site. These were socially promoted and I made the usual posts and interactions on myLot and bitLanders. I submitted an article for review on bitLanders. I did some work on three role playing game supplements. I wrote an article for the general site and did some work on another. Approximately 900 words were written today. Another quiet day. Image: Morguefile
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• Dallas, Texas
2 Jul
Who in the science fiction genre do you like best as a writer for either novels or screen plays?
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@egdcltd (6970)
3 Jul
That depends quite a lot really. I have liked David Weber for his military SF (I like John Ringo to a degree, when his politics aren't being shoved down your throat), Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke, mostly when I was younger. Over the years I've read a lot of different authors. I liked Ernest Cline and Andy Weir's debut novels (didn't like the film version of Ready Player One as much as the film version of The Martian though).