Linda Maye Adams

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Adventures Around The Web November 4-10, 2017

It was unnaturally warm in Philadelphia last week. For Veteran’s Day, we’re getting cold and blustery. Down into the 20s.  The fall colors are finally coming in, but largely pretty washed out.  Not the vibrant ones that are so pretty. 10 Ways Posture Affects Productivity (and How to Improve Both) Writing can be pretty sedentary, so …

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5 Fun Facts You Don’t Know About Me

During a science fiction convention, two women and I ate lunch in the hotel restaurant with actor David Hedison (James Bond) and watched two cats play outside the window. I went to my first science fiction convention in 1976 costumed as Lieutenant Uhura and got trapped in a parking garage.  I’m a cat magnet.  When …

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Adventures around the web August 5-9, 2017

Even though it’s August, the signs of fall are already showing up in Washington, DC.  I went to the farmer’s market in Old Town Alexandria this weekend and the first of the apples were for sale.  It’s hard to believe the summer is almost gone.  It always seems so short! Kevin Tumlinson on Medium Self …

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Adventures around the web July 29-August 4, 2017

Manu Saadia on The New Yorker The Enduring Lessons of Star Trek Very interesting article on how Star Trek The Next Generation went away from Star Trek’s original concept.  It mentions one of the things that I always had problems with: people all got along with each other.  That made it hard to do stories …

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Adventures around the web July 9-14, 2017

A lot of good links this week. Brett & Kate McKay from The Art of Manliness The History of Obstacle Courses for Military Fitness, Sport, and All-Around Toughness I’m using a military obstacle course for my third GALCOM Universe book, Cursed Planet. What better way to train for heavy gravity? While hunting down resources online …

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When History Makes You Feel Old

I went to the Smithsonian Museum of American History today.  They had an exhibit for one of the Tucker cars, which is a car that failed due to fraud and business mismanagement.  Car is stunning though.  That is the actual color. There was also an exhibit called American Stories.  Dorothy’s red shoes from The Wizard …

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