Last night I finally began to work with an alternative to Illustrator I purchased some time ago. iDraw is designed around core Mac OS X technologies, and is also available for iOS:

Yes, this is a flying saucer, harkening back to the heyday of the 50s and 60s! It possesses FTL drive and engages jumps along its Z-axis, as opposed to the XY-axes so common among science-fiction ships. And this ship may make an appearance, so stay tuned!

By Rubicon Author Posted in Ships Tagged

Decisions, Decisions

Hello there. It’s been a couple of months…I’ve got a lot on my plate, and that’s why I haven’t been able to post on this subject. So here is an update for you all.
I began this novel in February, and in six and one-half months, I’ve penned approximately 23,000 words. And I have also decided to compile the three books I originally envisioned into just one, with a content of at least 50,000 words, possibly going to 75,000. It’s a little more manageable that way.
So stay tuned. More articles to come. And thank you for your support!

By Rubicon Author Posted in Admin