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“Steppin’ Out”- Razor 2.1 #FlashFiction SciFi Cyberpunk

Read Part Steppin’Razor 2.0 here FIRST   Slipped again. Climbing around the underside of a giant ore dish is dangerous and aggravating. But not as irritating as- “Secure the mag-grapple. Make sure it clicks before you reach for a handhold. That’s a power coupling, kick out to avoid it.” “Mom! Chill out! You’re driving me […]

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#FlashFiction “All In for One Last Sin” by Tom Tinney (Cyberpunk Dystopian)

The cracked lines of marred silkscreened writing ran across the green felt on the table. It was worn and frayed, with lighter patches where 100 years of spilled drinks and tossed chips had damaged the surface. If Ace could read 22rd century Chianglish, he would’ve seen that his current hand paid “9 to 1”. But […]

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My Proud Papa Moment

What’s writing do for me? It gives me an outlet for my vivid, and constantly in motion, imagination. It lets me create a product that will generate residual income. It lets me entertain people and put forth something that may motivate discussion or inspire a mind to create something of their own. It might even […]

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Writing Realistic and Entertaining Dialogue

I was asked “How did you learn to write the entertaining and realistic dialogue in your novels?”. My first response was “How the hell would I know? It just comes out.” I quickly realized that answer doesn’t help anyone and didn’t really answer the question. I had to think about it, for a bit, and […]

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5 star reviews are rolling in for “Blood of Invidia”, #SciFi novel by Tom Tinney and Morgen Batten

“Blood of Invidia is a work of high imagination, with compelling characters and creatures skillfully plotted into a fantasy that will capture the hearts of readers. The emotional pull might not be so powerful, but the intense action, the well-crafted plot, and the unique concept of the story are original. As one reads on, it […]

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Tom Tinney joins Space Dock to publish “ManaTech” Series

I have great news. Space Dock (an imprint of Tickety Boo Press) is taking on the role of publisher for the first three books of my “ManaTech” series. I’m really excited about working with these folks and getting my FantaSci™ work out there. It’s a departure for me, and them, as Space Dock is dedicated […]

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“Threads” now available on Itunes, Nook and Kobo

Like many #Scifi authors, I’ve decided to end my exclusivity with Amazon Kindle and the Kindle Select program by offering “Threads” on Itunes, Kobo and Nook. There were diminishing returns and the Amazon guidelines are being supplanted by staff that have their own agenda for what is “acceptable” to their particular panty twisting political views. […]

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SciFi Novel “Blood of Invidia” Worldwide Release Party

Twice the Parties, TWICE the fun on Oct 21st, 2016! The Blood of Invidia Release Party will be a worldwide event. Even thought they can’t be in the same room, technology lets us bridge the distance and bring both authors together for this special, two part, online book release event. Part one of the “Blood […]

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@GrowMyShelf changes HOW Readers find their next book

The problem with @Goodreads, and most other “book library sites” is that they’ve become slaves to the 5 star rating system. One of our favorite movies is “The Incredibles”. Do you remember the bad guy, Syndrome, “Monologuing”? He says something significant as to why we’re building “Grow my Shelf” to combat the 5 star rating […]

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Father and Son authors, that have never met, write novel

For Immediate release: “Some kids build soapbox derby cars with their fathers. My dad and I built an entire universe,” said Morgen Batten, referring to “Blood of Invidia”, the new novel he co-authored with his father, Tom Tinney. While father-son collaborations are nothing new, theirs is unique. They’ve never met in person. Not once. Circumstances […]

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