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Steve Rzasa

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Steve Rzasa was born and raised in South Jersey, and fell in love with books—especially science fiction novels and historical volumes—at an early age. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Boston University’s College of Communications in 2000, and then spent seven years as a reporter and assistant editor at weekly newspapers in Maine. Steve moved to Wyoming in 2007 to become the editor of a weekly newspaper there, and now works at the local library. He and his wife Carrie have two boys and live in Buffalo, Wyoming.

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Moving over

Just a quick message for those following this blog – I’m migrating everything here over to my revamped www.steverzasa.com website. Old blog posts will follow, eventually, and most importantly, all my books will no longer be listed here. Feel free to follow my new site.


Thanks to everybody who’s visited! This process of shifting to a new site is exhausting, but I appreciate your patience.


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“Jesca returned the smile. 'You are a brave one--or perhaps foolhardy.'
'Difficult to tell,' Cope said cheerily.”
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“Simon nudged him. “Workmanship not up to your standards?” “Come on! Look at those conduits. Unshielded. Probably giving us all cancer. And those coolant valves are rusting. No proper safety labels. Enough dirt and dust to choke a Cushing mammoth.” “Reminds me of your work.” Renshu snorted. “Hey, my work may be a bit messy but—” “A bit? Have you seen the corridor ceiling outside my cabin? What in the name of the Realm is that green wire I’ve been staring at for the past week!”
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“Simon nudged him. “Workmanship not up to your standards?” “Come on! Look at those conduits. Unshielded. Probably giving us all cancer. And those coolant valves are rusting. No proper safety labels. Enough dirt and dust to choke a Cushing mammoth.” “Reminds me of your work.” Renshu snorted. “Hey, my work may be a bit messy but—” “A bit? Have you seen the corridor ceiling outside my cabin? What in the name of the Realm is that green wire I’ve been staring at for the past week!”
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“Jesca returned the smile. 'You are a brave one--or perhaps foolhardy.'
'Difficult to tell,' Cope said cheerily.”
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