Writer Dayton Ward’s online man cave. Now with extra bacon.
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What People Are Reading
- Star Trek: Topps Trading Cards tribute book!
- Shuttlecraft Galileo....SOLD!
- Stuff I've Written
- Novels & Novellas
- The lost shuttlecraft Galileo...found?
- Your other car could be the Shuttlecraft Galileo!
- "The Bionic Woman, Part One" on Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast!
- Short Stories
- Your moment of TrekZen*.
- When the books talk back.
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- RT @zeldawilliams: Read more books! This isn't directed to anyone in particular, but most people in general. Reading is too wonderful and b… 1 hour ago
- PROGRAMMING NOTE: From this point forward, I will only autograph copies of my books using the Comics Sans font. #fb 2 hours ago
- :: Checks watch :: Hey, it's Beer Thirty. #fb 3 hours ago
- Trying to teach my youngest to yell "SAN DIMAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RULES!" when she "graduates" pre-school tomorrow night. No luck, so far. 3 hours ago
- RT @JohnLuce: "You can pretty much put anything in quotes, attribute it to C.S. Lewis, and Christians will repeat it ad nauseum." - C.S. Le… 8 hours ago
Category Archives: i hate vampires
E-Mailed to me by a friend. It’s funny, but also true. So very, very true. Interesting aside: I was at a local Borders the other day, and noted that the new Starfleet Academy young adult book, The Delta Anomaly, was … Continue reading
With the renewed fanboy/fangirl maelstrom that’s accompanying the pending release of the new Twilight movie, to say nothing of the stacks of Twilight and other vampire/vampire hunter/vampire lover/etc. books I see whenever I walk into a book store, I’ve been … Continue reading
I should be working on finishing the current Trek project. I could even be working on the outline for the next Trek project. Heck, I might even be well-served to be reading some specific Trek books in order to research … Continue reading
I already relayed this story, in somewhat abbreviated form, to infinitydog, but here’s a slightly longer version: So, I’m at the bookstore today, and passing through the various fiction sections on my way to the history aisles, my brain registers the sheer number of different books featuring … Continue reading