Vampire Vignette reruns, that is. Here’s the plan. Each of the three already posted Vampire Vignettes will run for two weeks only, followed by Vampire Vignette #4. And, of course, in July will be the release of both RAJMUND (available on Amazon, 15 July) and my werewolf e-novella over at Siren-Bookstrand (July, but I’m not sure of specific date yet.)
Once these re-runs are over, I can’t say when these Vignettes will appear again, so make a note if you’ve missed any of them!
The Vignette schedule will be …
May 23 – June 6 … Vignette #1
June 6 – June 20 … Vignette #2
June 20 – July 4 … Vignette #3
July 4 ………………. Vignette #4
Vignette #4 will probably remain posted through at least August, since I’ll be busy with promos on RAJMUND and HEART OF THE WOLF. And you all will be busy reading them!
And finally … I’m a long-time fan of Science Fiction. I started reading it in high school and never stopped. And that makes me a big believer in our space program, and for me, that means a MANNED space program. I’ve always believed humans need to expand off their home planet and into space. It’s a matter of survival. So, it saddens me that the current NASA budget and plan doesn’t include manned space exploration. For the first time since Alan B. Shepard, Jr. became the first American in space in 1961 — John Glenn was the first American to orbit the Earth, but Shepard was the first in space — American astronauts will be hitching a ride with Russian cosmonauts in order to get into space. ::sigh::
The shuttle Atlantis blasted off this past week, its final journey into space. There are only two more shuttle flights left before the program closes down. I saw the shuttle land once at Edwards Air Force Base. It was amazing. I’m sad to see it go. Here’s a few photographs of this incredible program that is about to become history.