The Chinese government may have developed a sonic weapon, for crowd control. just in time to be tested on those unruly demonstrators in Hong Kong. … More A Chinese Sonic Rifle for Crowd Control?
To paraphrase Dr. Emmet Brown from the classic film Back To The Future, on Tuesday of this week at the Frankfort Auto Show in Germany Audi exhibited a bizarre all-electric concept vehicle, the E-Tron AI:Trail Quattro. A futuristic off-road SUV with no headlights. I don’t usually write about cars in my blog, but this one … More Headlights? Where We’re Going We Won’t Need Headlights
No, I don’t need a tree to fall on me to see my novel pass 1600 copies sold, it just sort of happened that way. … More I Don’t Need A Tree To Fall On Me to Top 1600 Copies Sold
The audio book version of my novel, “HIGH GROUND” is nearing completion, and to be honest, my dog Scout is less enamored of this idea than he would be should I decide to release a “Bacon-Flavored Edition.” It’s all just a lot of blather to him. … More Does Your Audio Book Come in a Bacon-Flavored Edition?
There is a thought among some writers and coaches that you can spur your creativity if you tell your brain you are NOT going to write today. … More Day 3 -An Aggressive Subconscious Rises
Two years after U.S. dipliomats in Cuba began falling ill from mysterious ailments ranging from headaches and weird, inexplicable sounds in their heads to mild brain injuries, scientist are still not sure who or what is responsible. What they are sure of is that the effects have continued and have recently stricken U.S. personnel in China. … More Electromagnetic Weapons May Have Been Used in Cuba and China Against U.S. Diplomats
In case you missed it, the report of the investigation into the cluster of serious ailments among U.S. diplomats shortly after the reopening of the US embassy in Havana has found they were likely targeted by electromagnetic weapons. http://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/01/science/sonic-attack-cuba-microwave.html
As the year winds down and the Holiday pitch reaches a “High G,” my first novel, “High Ground” is nearing 1,100 copies in combined sales, its Audible audiobook edition is getting closer to completion and the first draft of its sequel is under way. … More “High Ground” Nears 1,100 Sales
New Novel draft reaches 20k words … More Small Victory: 20k Words on New Novel
A once-busy fishing and marble quarrying island populated by almost three thousand hardy souls, Whaleback’s population has dwindled to eighteen. And two of its young men decide to set out to forge a life on the mainland. One relents and soon returns to the island, while the other dies in the Brandt’s winter home in Bangor at the hands of Esther’s father. … More NaNoWriMo? You What?