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As a kid, Rann Murray's parents signed him up for a subscription to the Science Fiction Book Club, then they bought him a Robert The Robot toy with a fancy control module, then a telescope. So how could a spoiled brat like that not end up writing science fiction? His background as a Computer Store owner, astrophotographer and a life long interest in anything to do with science sprang from those early days.
Rann graduated from Michigan State University and still lives in the Great Lake State with his wife and three spoiled brat cats.
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You may be familiar with the Self-Publishing Podcast – hosted by Johnny B. Truant, Sean Platt, and David Wright – which has featured a wide variety of people doing unique and interesting things in the world of self-publishing. These podcasters have taken … Continue reading →
Sorry the other link was broken. Here’s the new one. If you’re as aspiring writer, watch this. You can thank me later.
It’s difficult for me to conceptualize what an alien might look like because they could travel along a completely different evolutionary path. That’s probably why I’ve avoided writing any stories that include aliens. Here are two creatures on our own planet … Continue reading →
Have you ever thought about collaborating on a novel with another writer? I’m working on a novel off and on with my wife and believe it or not we’re still speaking to each other. She supplied me with the initial … Continue reading →
For anyone curious about what a writer’s room creative process is like and how they crank out all of those weekly episodes, there’s a new series on the Sundance channel called ‘The Writers Room’ where the original writers of a series … Continue reading →
Here’s a brief outline of my current writing process (a good exercise for me to clarify what I do and what I need to change). After my initial story idea I use Keynote for a brief plot outline and begin … Continue reading →
I said laser pointer not laser cannon! When you mention the words religion and hard sf in the same breath it brings to mind The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell. Although technology is not central to the story, the passages … Continue reading →