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Matthew Rasnake

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Matthew writes science-fiction for all ages. He's currently polishing his upcoming novel, Rogue Planet, and developing a series of books for children through young adult featuring a pair of adorable astronauts named Sam, and their stuffed monkey sidekick. He loves anything technological or sciencey, and delights in reading to his three rambunctious children in as many funny voices as possible. ...more

Launch Day!

Launch Day!

Our Once Warm Earth is now available for purchase here and everywhere you buy books!

  Launch Day! Get Yours Now!  

As excited as I am, I have to admit that yesterday was a little crazy. I thought I would post a quick little "one day left" pre-release post on my sorely neglected Facebook page, and it kind of snowballed. I hadn't anticipated the level of interest (or the number of orders), so I'm both humble

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Published on September 15, 2021 12:36
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Connie Good Luck, my friend. And I hope to add your work to my list before my time ends!


Matthew Rasnake Connie wrote: "Well that is a VERY ambitious to-read list."

A big portion of the "new additions" are from the Modern Library Top 100 Novels (of the 20th Century list)... you remember when that came out... I was still working at Hawley-Cooke then. And I decided that I wanted to read every book on the list... 11 years later, I'm still slowly working my way up the list.

Of course, there are also a ton of non-ML-top-100 things on my list that I've picked up over the years and are accumulating on my to-read shelf. I figure I should be able to finish everything before I kick, and hopefully some more besides. AND, hopefully, get a few of my own books on someone else's list!


Connie Well that is a VERY ambitious to-read list.Not only are you quite fetching, you're also quite the highbrow:) Just thrilled to see A Separate Peace wasn't on your list.Merry Christmas, dude!


message 2: by Matthew (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:00PM)

Matthew Rasnake I'm so beat they should call me Maynard.

Seems like a nice place, mebbe i'll stick around.


message 1: by Ben (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:00PM)

Ben Wilson Dogg, you so beat! Welcome... welcome to Books 2.0


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