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Steve Poling

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I'm a Math and Computer Science geek. Poet in many computer languages, but I only do senruy in English. Someday I'll do a sestina and my brain will explode.

The prose I write is about Sherlock Holmes' brother Mycroft, Steampunk, Time Travel & SF. That's either Science Fiction, or Subversive Fiction, it depends on my mood.

This is just a placeholder telling y'all that all my blogging takes place at http://diogenesclubarchives.blogspot....
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The Aristotelian

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Finding Time

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Lilian Hello and good morning, Steve.


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Steve Poling Peggy wrote: "Hi Steve, Could you tell me how I get my books reviewed on Goodreads?"

Good question. I don't have any solid answer, except to promote your book, make it known to reviewers, and offer interviews to blogs of note. I shouldn't say anything b/c this is what I feel I knew least about the publishing biz.


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Jan Moran Hi Steve:
Thanks for the friendship--nice to meet you!

Jan Moran
Scent of Triumph / A Historical Romance by Jan Moran


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Steve Poling I happen to be seeking beta readers for my anthology of time travel stories, Finding Time. Please DM me with your email address if you'd like to be included in this program.


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Jill Hi Steve,
Thanks for your friendship. I look forward to seeing your reading updates.


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