Over Memorial Day weekend, I had the privilege of speaking at WisCon 43. While there, I also worked as a vendor, peddling my books and chatting with other conference-goers. One such conference-goer was artist A D'Amico, who snagged a copy of Imminent Dawn (yay!) and also took a moment to pass along a sample of her portfolio. I… Continue reading It’s Here! Mourning Dove Character Art
Among the concerns I had when writing Imminent Dawn was, frighteningly, one pertaining to the believability of its core concept---namely that anyone would expect an internet-access brain implant to somehow permit an individual in a coma to communicate in any capacity. The adversely affected individual is in a coma, after all; what brain activity could there possibly be?… Continue reading Covert Consciousness and the Brain-Computer Interface
It's been two months since the release of Mourning Dove, book two in the EMPATHY sci-fi saga, and the reviews are coming in. And they look great! You can find a sample of the most glowing reviews below, followed by a description of the book and links to where you can find it online! Book Description… Continue reading Mourning Dove – The Reviews Have Arrived!
We're now five months removed from the release of Imminent Dawn, and a number of glowing reviews have come in from around the globe! Be sure to check out a sample of them below before cashing in on great deals on print and e-book versions of Imminent Dawn! But act soon---these deals expire on June 30th! Book Description… Continue reading Imminent Dawn – The Reviews Are In!
This may come as good news to those who are unable to speak due to disability or disease: "a research team has developed a method to synthesize a person's speech using the brain signals that are related to the movements of their jaw, larynx, lips and tongue" per this article. What does this mean? Well,… Continue reading Silent No Longer: When Computers Speak on Our Behalf