Monthly Archives: February 2016

Celebrating first anniversary

I am celebrating the first anniversary of Initial Conditions, with a promotion and a giveaway. After ten years of writing and rewriting, I published my first novel, Initial Conditions, in early 2015. I watched it take tiny steps and nervously … Continue reading

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Tales of extreme sensitivity

Water streamed from her hair down her clothes into her shoes, and ran out at the heels. Yet she claimed to be a real Princess. “We’ll soon find that out,” the old Queen thought to herself. Without saying a word … Continue reading

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“The most cherished goal in physics, as in bad romance novels, is unification. To bring together two things previously understood as different and recognize them as aspects of a single entity – when we can do it – is the … Continue reading

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