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Science Fiction writer, Epublisher, Critic



Last Build Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2016 22:14:46 +0000

 



Comment on I Hate SPACE OPERA (But Not What You Think) — Thomas J Rock by Thomas J. rock

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 22:14:46 +0000

I figured it out. I've been cross posting on both blog pages lately and you're subscribed to both. Unsubscribe to Jack Foehammer and that should fix it.



Comment on I Hate SPACE OPERA (But Not What You Think) — Thomas J Rock by Timothy C. Ward

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 21:14:33 +0000

Hey Thomas, So I got two emails again about your blog post so I unsubscribed from one of them. I don't understand why two went out as they appear to be identical, so hopefully this doesn't unsubscribe me from all. Just a heads up to explain when you see my unsubscribe notice. Sent from my iPod >



Comment on 2016 Writing Goals Review – March /April by Jack Foehammer

Wed, 04 May 2016 19:57:28 +0000

Thanks. With some extra effort, I'll be sending something your way soon...that's the plan, anyway.



Comment on 2016 Writing Goals Review – March /April by Tammy

Wed, 04 May 2016 11:58:43 +0000

Don't be so hard on yourself - at least you're actively working on your goals instead of just talking about what you could do (like the majority of the population). Keep it up, I look forward to reading your new work.



Comment on You Know What’s Next? 2016. by Jack Foehammer

Tue, 29 Dec 2015 12:15:43 +0000

Thanks, Tim. My December hasn't been very good either. Both of my jobs are heavily affected by the holidays, so spare time has been hard to come by. I could always stop sleeping to find some of that elusive time. Who needs sleep, right? As to your other point about self-publishing...that's looks like fuel for my next blog post >:)



Comment on You Know What’s Next? 2016. by Tim Ward

Mon, 28 Dec 2015 04:07:20 +0000

I'm rooting for you! I haven't checked out the video yet, but I keep track of my time clocked in (use a timer on my ipod, which, when started, means no internet browsing) and words typed. December has been an awful month, but I was sick and I'm hitting a year end burn out where I lament over no vacation and realize I'm near the end of the book and can coast a little. I have about two chapters left to write, and will get at it tomorrow. Saturday was awesome. Over 2500 words. New laptop helps. As to publishing a story every other month. I know self publishing has a place, but it's expensive, and do self pub'd short stories really make money? I plan to try and sell my short stories to help pay for edits on self pub'd novels. I had a short story outsell ebook sales on my novel last year. That says a lot for one and not much for the other, but still. The paycheck for one helped cover artwork for my next novel. Keep an eye out on those open calls. I'll forward along any that look good.



Comment on Now Available – Ping Test by Timothy C. Ward

Sat, 12 Dec 2015 20:16:49 +0000

Got it! Good job getting this published!



Comment on Quick Profile: Timothy C. Ward by Timothy C. Ward

Sat, 18 Jul 2015 13:49:27 +0000

Wow, thanks for the kind words, Jack! You know I'm only here because of others in our field doing the same thing, so its pretty awesome to see my journey being an inspiration to you. Whatever happened to that last story I beta read for you? It's really good! Just to clarify, my novel was rejected by my first market, but yeah, getting a,request for a full on my second try is amazing. Both markets do a terrific job, but I thought my first choice would be better because they have more books in a similar genre. I will be more than thrilled to see mine get picked up at option two, though. I'll share more when I know their final answer. Major props to Shawn T. King for his cover. I hope to have him do every cover I need. The sequel is 25k in, but in a temporary hold while I prep the final touches on my manuscript. Coffee's hot so time to kick up the jams and tap some keys! Have a great one!



Comment on 2015 – Shall we begin? by Timothy C. Ward

Thu, 05 Mar 2015 02:40:11 +0000

Go get em Jack! Starting now is better than in October :)



Comment on SSTS #2 – Day 3 by Tammy Malphrus

Mon, 08 Sep 2014 19:22:34 +0000

Story gets more interesting with each posting – can’t wait to see what comes next Glad that you’ve managed to squeeze time into your very overloaded schedule to work on story