Born of the sea. The ancestral race of the Fingal sprang from the ocean of the planet Vinge. Though they are equally capable of breathing both underwater, and in air, many fingalins will spend their entire lives underwater. As a race the Fingal tend to be very thin and tall, some standing as high as … Continue reading Introduction to the Fingal
The other night my wife came home after catching the beginning of an interview on NPR. After telling me about it I quickly went online and found the podcast for Kaity Kline with LaVar Burton on A1. Listen HERE I am very eager to share this with you, I consider LaVar to be one of … Continue reading NPR interview with LaVar Burton
Photo by unknown from Pexels I want to take a little break from talking about Seph, to start a conversation about other great literature. What is it about a book that really pulls you in and keeps you talking about it long after you have put it down? It is fair to say that the vast … Continue reading Favorite authors and books
I have gone back and forth a lot trying to decide how to write this. I want it to be interesting and exciting, but I also want it to be informative. It might be fun to write a thousand different summaries for my book, but then you never really learn anything. By their very nature … Continue reading Introduction to the worlds of The Alliance.
A little over two years ago I set out on what I thought would be a small project to idly pass a few moments of downtime, but then became one of the most complicated and exciting endeavors I have ever set out on. In just under one month what has started as a one-page short … Continue reading If you are just joining us, Now you can catch up.
This is the official announcement of the E. Sandborn web page, and face book page. I will be continuing to branch out on social media platforms as we work towards building a email list and newsletter.