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Sandra Almazan
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QA by day, SF/fantasy writer by night
QA by day, SF/fantasy writer by night

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Science of the Week, 9/7/18
Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week: Rutgers scientists identify protein that may have existed when life began Water worlds could support life, study says CRISPR halts Duchenne muscular dystrophy progression in dogs ...
Science of the Week, 9/7/18
Science of the Week, 9/7/18
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Inheritors of the Earth
When most people think of biodiversity, they think of saving the species we already have. While that's important, there are other ways that nature adapts to change. Chris D. Thomas discusses them in Inheritors of the Earth: How Nature is Thriving in an Age ...
Inheritors of the Earth
Inheritors of the Earth
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The Business and Joy of Writing
It seems like the last few Worldcons have been problematic. This year, the programming committee refused to put Hugo nominees on panels because they would be "completely unfamiliar to attendees." (Keep in mind that Worldcon supporters and attendees vote on ...
The Business and Joy of Writing
The Business and Joy of Writing
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Science of the Week, 7/27/18
Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week: Treating dementia with the healing waves of sound Scientists reverse aging-associated skin wrinkles and hair loss in a mouse model
Science of the Week, 7/27/18
Science of the Week, 7/27/18
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Continuous Learning
Sometimes no matter how often you do something, there's still new things to learn about it. For instance, yesterday my family and I went to the Museum of Science and Industry . We're members, so we visit about two or three times a year. Whenever we go, we u...
Continuous Learning
Continuous Learning
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Science of the Week: 4/27/18
Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week: Researchers claim they are on the verge of bringing the woolly mammoth back from extinction Fat cells seem to remember unhealthy diet Promising approaches in food allergen prevent...
Science of the Week: 4/27/18
Science of the Week: 4/27/18
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Three Strikes and You're DNF (Did Not Finish)
If I get far enough in a so-so book, I'll often force myself to finish it for the sake of completing my annual Goodreads Reading Challenge. However, if a book is bad enough in the beginning, it goes in the Did Not Finish pile (though I remove unfinished boo...
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World Book Day and Birthday Sale!
Today is not only the anniversary of William Shakespeare's death, but also World Book Day . My husband can confirm that every day is Book Day for me. It's a happy coincidence that I'd planned to announce the start of my annual birthday sale today. My birthd...
World Book Day and Birthday Sale!
World Book Day and Birthday Sale!
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Science of the Week, 4/20/18
Here are some of the most interesting science news stories I read this week: The end of the breathalyzer? What makes someone believe or reject science? All of the world's yeast probably originated in China Surviving climate change, then and now Quantum rada...
Science of the Week, 4/20/18
Science of the Week, 4/20/18
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Fierce Hearts: Women of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Giveaway
One of the ways I've been promoting Scattered Seasons is by giving it away on Instafreebie. Currently, it's part of the Fierce Hearts: Women of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Group Giveaway . This event runs through the end of the month and features over 130 free books...
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