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The Rambling Writer’s Greek Travels, Part 12: The Caverns at Pyrgos Dirou

This series started on Oct. 15 and continues every other Saturday. I’m taking a trip back in time to my 4-month backpacking rambles around Greece in the early 1980s, which planted the seed for my recent novel The Ariadne Connection. … Continue reading

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Story Excerpt Sunday: From Danny by Steven Harper

Danny

Danny by Steven Harper Mom’s in her ignore phase again, and today I biked around the lake to Uncle Zack’s.  He makes his living from a little cluster of cottages he owns on Lake Trick.  In the summer he rents … Continue reading

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BVC Announces Danny by Steven Harper

Danny by Steven Harper

Danny by Steven Harper Sometimes you can’t tell the gods from the monsters. Danny Marina’s new step-father takes him to the laser tag stadium, the movies, the go-kart track. He and his mother now have a new house and more … Continue reading

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The Rambling Writer: Travel Mementos

Note: In my last blog, I promised to write more about my experiences as a fairly new member of Book View Café, but I’m going to wait a bit to revisit that topic. An upcoming interview of several BVC members … Continue reading

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Meet The Other Half

I first came across Athena Andreadis online after I read something of hers at the Singularity Hub. I like to hang around the fringe of the Singularity just so I won’t miss out when it happens. I mean that only … Continue reading

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Natural Selection is not Evolution

So goes the thinking at the Creation Museum. Unfortunately, unless I go and visit the museum, I won’t have an explanation as to what this astonishing statement means. Their website gives no clue to what natural selection is for, then, … Continue reading

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