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Legacy: Star Wars The Old Republic Audio!

You’ve been waiting and boom here it is. Well, the first five Chapters. Would love, love, love (see begging) to have your feedback before I begin recording the rest. Good or bad, feedback is good. But here they are, the first five chapters of my Star Wars The Old Republic fan fiction turned novel,Legacy. Prologue | Download Prologue Chapter One | Download Prologue Chapter Two | Download Chapter Two Chapter Three | Download Chapter Three Chapter Four | Download Chapter Four Chapter Five | Download Chapter
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To Write Epic Scenes You Need Epic Beats

I lurve epic music.  I have written some great scenes with my office rocking, speakers blasting, neighbors probably hating me.  (They just don’t understand) So to make a new addition to the book blog I have decided to share some of my favorite epic music stations over on the Youtube. Pandora Journey The Prime Cornus Paradise Epic Music World Two Steps from Hell That’s my list.  Do you have particularly awesome epic beats that you listen to? Please introduce me to them in the comments below!
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DCS on Indies Unlimited Part 2

We’re back at Indies Unlimited kiddies! Part 2 of the article I wrote describing my journey into the world of Movies and TV is up on the very awesome site, Indies Unlimited.  In part 2 I dish out the rest of the story, the reality of indie filmaking (at least for me) and dish out hopefully some good advice to fellow indie authors who are thinking about transforming print to moving picture. Check it out! The Synchronistic Tale of an Author’s Journey into TV (Part 2)
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Collaboration to set off Imagination

So, let’s just jump right into it.  As I browse my publishing/writing news and tips, I keep running across opinion pieces about the decline of sci-fi books.  Not in movies, or video games as we’ve seen, just books.  Apparently we scifi authors have run out of ideas.  I’ve heard that fantasy is outselling science fiction 3:1. Innnteresting. In wondering about that, I began to wonder too, about not just books but ideas in general.  Hollywood is running out of them. They’re hiding this fact by remaking classics, and retelling super hero stories.  But I think we’re getting the sense that
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