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  2. What is the name of the reading app you like to use on your phone?  Is it and Android or iPhone? I'm curious to know what other people use to read e-books.

    There is an open source program called Calibre that will convert .mobi to epub and other formats.  It will probably screw up the formatting, but .mobi has already done that to some extent

    I just compared the .mobi file on my Kindle Reader app for iPhone with the book I bought from the kindle store.  They don't look the same. The .mobi has apparently stripped away some of what Amazon calls the "Enhanced Typesetting" features.  

  3. Just received word that Book 2 of The Bow of Hart Saga, An Arrow Against the Wind, has been nominated by Fantasia Reviews for their 2017 Book of the Year: https://fantasiareviews.com/2017/12/21/book-of-the-year-2017-nominees/


    1. Paul Smith

      Paul Smith

      An Arrow Against the Wind Named Fantasia Reviews 2017 Book of the Year: https://fantasiareviews.com/2018/01/08/fantasia-reviews-book-of-the-year-2017/

  4. Thanks for the feedback. I decided to take it down. It came to me as Nebula Award Commissioner.

  5. I was asked to post this as Nebula Award Commissioner. It does seem a little spammy. That's why I put it under "no dumb questions and asked for feedback. I'll take it down. Any idea where I should refer this guy?

  6. Hello!

    My most famous comic is a Sad http://www.thingswithout.com/comic/311-a-sad/

    I now have a Patreon https://www.patreon.com/lizargall

    I write about what having a Patreon means to me over at Uncanny Magazine https://uncannymagazine.com/guest-post-liz-argall-launching-patreon/

    Boot is based on an actual pair of boots I bought WITH MY VERY OWN MONEY when I was young

    Bunson Hoppydew (that little pink bunny) is based on an actual pink fluffy toy, who is also a roller derby officiating mascot


  7. Retired Marine

    Retired lawyer and business consultant

    Full-time science fiction author

    Year-round Alaska resident, 150 miles from the Arctic Circle

  8. Here's a piece of mine on the SFWA blog about learning how to tinker with story mechanics through interactive fiction. http://www.sfwa.org/2017/06/art-story-mechanics/

  9. I had a little SF story come out at Daily Science Fiction last week and forgot to post about it here:




    It's a riff on one particular many-worlds theory, an idea I've been kicking around in a couple of trunk stories for years before it finally worked for me in this one.

  10. I found the public face of the Speakers' Bureau page, but no info on how to be included in the searchable database. Any help would be appreciated!

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