Why do we look up at the Earth from the Moon?

Felicia the Space Hipster asks: If we always look up to the moon why do we look up at earth from the moon? Be nice now lol Felicia, Thanks for asking. We don’t always look up. Sometimes we look sideways. We would look down at other times except that neither the Earth nor the Moon …

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If your spouse hates Star Wars…

Antonia Bifano-Freeman asks: If your spouse hates Star Wars, is that grounds for divorce? Antonia, Not by itself. It depends on whether you’re able to shut up about Star Wars. Share…

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On the ratio of known to unknown

Kevin asks: I was promised age would bring wisdom, but that doesn’t seem to be working out in my case. What the hell? Yo. You know what being wrong feels like? It feels like being right. You know what being right feels like? It feels like uncertainty. You don’t get to be right by ignoring …

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New recording is up!

Today I did an online reading and Q&A session. If you missed it, sorry about the short notice–I only had the information at the last minute myself. But you can still watch it and hear an excerpt from my Steampunk novel, The Deep End. View it on my Recordings page. Share…

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If You Were the Only One in the World

I’ve recorded a very short story for Valentine’s Day. It’s not exactly a romance. Share…

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Water heater, no blinky

Despite my disclaimer to knowing anything much about water heaters, WTFGUY writes to ask: I must say that the video and trouble fix methods I’ve read here are brilliant and I held faith in their effect … but, no worky for me and mine. 1 point to note – the status light is not, will …

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Sasquatches in Chicago?

Someone “memed” a comment of mine on Facebook, so possibly you’re here to find out about my series of YA books which include (among many other oddities) a gated community of Sasquatches in a Chicago suburb. I wrote two books in this series so far, but they’re not published yet. Publishing is a long drawn-out …

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Slider quiz for clients

Same quiz on phone screen

Professionals who see clients may want to measure the effectiveness of whatever they’re doing by a quick survey before and/or after each session. If you’re there in person, you can hand them a paper form, but if, as is often the case these days, you’re talking with them by online video, you need a way …

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New Publication: The Badger’s Game

Cover: The Badger's Game

My first publication on WattPad is a doggie noir short story, The Badger’s Game. I hope you’ll enjoy it! Share…

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Notes from the Westerns of the 2000s panel

The overall trend in Westerns seems to be a branching out into different moods and styles, and cross-genre efforts. The moods/styles list, with examples: Gritty realism — the miniseries Godless is an example. Greater historical realism — too many examples to count. Seems the bar has just generally been raised. Some of this may be …

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