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Matthew Graybosch
South of Heaven
Author of Starbreaker, a science fantasy tetralogy from Curiosity Quills Press
Interests: writing, science fiction, fantasy, science, mythology, economics, politics, anthropology, chemistry, physics, geology, heavy metal, progressive rock
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There we go! Much better. Have I mentioned that Facebook pisses me off and that I hope Mark Zuckerberg's wife cheats on him and gives him the clap? :)
The script might make his head explode. And for some reason, the cover image isn't reliably showing up. Not sure why...
Anthony Mathenia's deconstruction of faith in the end times, Paradise Earth: Day Zero, has to be better than the utter crap LeHaye and Jenkins inflicted upon the world. Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Instead of explaining my month-long hiatus from blogging, I am instead helping a fellow sci-fi author plug her new novel. Of course, I'll be buying this myself, since the premise interests me. Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Back in 2009, I knew exactly how the climax of Starbreaker would play out, and I made it happen at a rate of a scene per night, at least 1,500 words per scene. I thought I knew how the climax of Without Bloodshed would play out, but it's been almost... Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Baying at the heels of the cover reveal for Wilde's Meadow by Krystal Wade comes the release of Fade by Ayden K. Morgen, from Curiosity Quills Press. I had the privilege asking Ms. Morgen a few questions, which she was kind enough to answer below. WITNESS PROTOCOL (WP): Your new... Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2012 at Witness Protocol
The first scene of Chapter 18 is done. The climax of Without Bloodshed begins with Munakata Tetsuo lying on the floor of the Mayor's office in Boston, his asuric body rebuilding itself after taking a point-blank burst from a gauss rifle. Morgan Stormrider has just tried to trank Alexander Liebenthal,... Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Coming soon from Krystal Wade and Curiosity Quills Press... Happy endings are hard to find, and even though Katriona is in the middle of a war with someone who’s already stolen more than she can replace, she aches for a positive future with her Draíochtans. Armed with hope, confidence in... Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Chapter 17 of "Without Bloodshed", "To Endure the Unendurable", is in the can. I can't believe it took so long, but a shitload of character development caught up with me and said, "No, you can't just have a fuckin' duel between Morgan and Tetsuo. Morgan's convinced he was wrong to... Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Just remember that they sent Morgan Stormrider to whack him for being a traitor. "The Shenzhen labor strikes were engineered. Imaginos and the rest of the executive council have their hands in everything: corporations, organized labor, organized religion, and even organized crime. It’s all a revenue stream for those bastards,... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Since I have a publishing deal with Curiosity Quills Press, it behooves me to support other CQ authors who have books which will actually be coming out soon (as opposed to me, who has to finish rewriting the first part of Starbreaker). To that end, I'll be interviewing Ayden K.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2012 at Witness Protocol
The main Starbreaker site at no longer runs WordPress. Instead, the site has been redesigned. Not all of the pages are available yet, but that will soon change. Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2012 at Witness Protocol
After Claire Ashecroft explains to a Samuel Terell (a reporter, as well as one of the Disciples of the Watch, Sathariel) that Morgan Stormrider often hires her because she has an easier time of persuading system administrators -- who still tend to be mostly male in the Starbreaker setting --... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2012 at Witness Protocol
I had no idea that Penguin Classics had bothered to release a Kindle edition of Robin Buss' unabridged and uncensored translation (which should be considered authoritative) of Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo. Even better; Amazon's selling it for less than five bucks. I'm there, dude. Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2012 at Witness Protocol
From what I've read on Scott Lynch's blog, Marva, Steven Brust is going to be OK. However, it can be tough for writers without day jobs. You probably know from experience.
I read this morning on Robin Ramkissoon's Google+ stream that Scott Lynch, author of such badass modern fantasies as The Lies of Locke Lamora and Red Sails Under Red Skies, was collecting donations to help fellow authors Steven Brust (the Vlad Taltos books, the Kaavren Romances, and To Reign in... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Christabel: "I know you've been cheating on me with Naomi. You might not have touched her, but I know you want to. The only time you can even harden for me is when you're thinking of her." Morgan: "I perform just fine when you're not your usual self, Christabel. Either... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2012 at Witness Protocol
Isaac Magnin: "Kill her. That's all you'll have to do." Polaris: "Kill Dr. Malmgren?" Isaac Magnin: "She's a risk. And get the redhead as well." Polaris: "I refuse to believe you just ordered me to commit murder by quoting a rock opera." Continue reading
Posted Aug 24, 2012 at Witness Protocol
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