The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 552

Short story: The Impossible Planet by Philip K. Dick, from Electric Dreams. Recommended.

Poem: Love’s Alchemy by John Donne, from Collected Poems. Highly Recommended.

Essay: The Boy Who Thought he was Reincarnated, listened to on the Skeptoid podcast, from February 2018. Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 551

Short story: The Commuter by Philip K. Dick, from Electric Dreams. Highly Recommended.

Poem: Hey Man, Nice Shot by Gretchen Tessmer, from Strange Horizons, February 2018. Recommended.

Essay: S-Bend, listened to on the BBC’s 50 Things that Made the Modern Economy, from September 2017. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 550

Short story: The Last Night of the World by Ray Bradbury, from The Illustrated Man. Highly Recommended.

Poem: No People in It by Emily Skillings, listened to on the PoetryNow podcast, from February 2018.

Essay: Cars, listened to on the Twenty Thousand Hertz podcast, from February 2017. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 549

Short story: Early Morning Service by Irette V. Patterson, from Strange Horizons, February 2018. Highly Recommended.

Poem: Venus and the Ark by Anne Sexton, listened to on the Poem of the Day podcast, from February 2018. Highly Recommended.

Essay: Taino Ritual Seat, listened to on the BBC’s A History of the World in 100 Objects, from July 2010. Recommended.

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Jon’s Author Diary – 021 – February 25. 2018

Jon is back into writing Blind Gambit, and is almost at the half-way point of his first draft.

He launched the third audiobook in his Wasteland, King of the Wasteland, and added a day to his schedule dedicated to becoming a better author.

He reflects on a change he needs to make in his writing process to be more efficient in writing Blind Gambit and talks about an awesome Philip K. Dick story called The Exhibit.

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Announcing: The King of the Wasteland audio edition is now available!

The audio edition of King of the Wasteland, the third book in the Wasteland series, is now available on Audible and iTunes.

Abel ended the Family’s reign of violence, but a new terror is spreading through the wastes.

Self-proclaimed King Omar and his band of raiders are on a destructive path of death and devastation that will lead them straight to Trinity.

When Abel learns of the king’s intentions, he sets out to warn the people of Trinity of the danger that threatens to destroy their peaceful existence.

Can Abel lead this group of reluctant fighters against the battle-hardened forces of King Omar?

If you like emotional post-apocalyptic survival fiction, gripping action, and unforgettable characters, you’ll love King of the Wasteland.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 548

Short story: Exhibit Piece by Philip K. Dick, from Electric Dreams. Highly Recommended.

Poem: Love Song by Mary Carolyn Davies, listened to on the Poem of the Day podcast, from February 2018. Recommended.

Essay: The Dangers of a Higher Education by John Gray, listened to on the BBC’s A Point of View podcast, from February 2018. Highly Recommended.

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