Category Archive: About Me

Jan 16

Coming Out of the Tardis (Pt. 3)

The Tale of a Sci-Fi Soldier My battle buddies don’t ask, and I don’t tell.  It’s an uncomfortable situation, but it’s worked out so far.  Unfortunately, most people in my unit will never know the “real” me. Other Soldiers may know that I don’t like to drink Monster energy drinks, but would rather drink tea (well, …

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Jan 13

Coming out of the Tardis (Pt. 2)

(The first part of this series was posted almost two years ago–it was one of the very first entries on this blog.  You can check it out here.  While I’m no longer deployed to Iraq–and I’ve since met several other warrior geeks–I still feel there is an unfair perception that while it may be OK …

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Oct 31

Nanowrimo: The write thing…

NaNoWriMo

Do you have a great idea for a book, but have a hard time writing one? Do you have a friend or family member that writes, but just can’t seem to finish what they start? November is National Novel Writing Month!

You can write a book. And you can do it in a month. I know you can…

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Mar 20

The Powerpoint Ranger

"Deadly Double-Clicker"

It’s an Army thing: I’ll try to help you understand… Just like any sociocultural group, the military is full of misconceptions and stereotypes. Don’t scoff, you’ve got them too… Though you won’t see articles about it in your local paper, there exists more than one kind of, “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy in the military. I’ve …

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Jan 25

Writers! Help prevent imagination dehydration… send a Soldier a book.

To give Soldiers your books!   But don’t worry about mailing them. Many Soldiers have computers and e-readers now. With no out-of-pocket expense to you (except royalties, of course), you can make your e-books available to deployed Soldiers around the world. Now you can support your troops, and gain a new and dedicated fan base …

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