Tag Archives: Cold War

What I’m Reading: The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein

I’m beginning to suspect there is something seriously wrong with my science fiction education. I’d never heard of this novel before it was recommended to me on a Facebook fiction forum about artificial intelligence. Thanks to editor Ellen Campbell for … Continue reading

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Two Navy Guys Talk About Spy Ships

Welcome back to Two Navy Guys and a Novel, the blog series where two ex-Navy guys talk about the process and the pitfalls of co-writing a military thriller. If you’re new to the team and want to catch up on … Continue reading

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Tom Clancy, Red October and Me

Tom Clancy published The Hunt for Red October in 1984, the same year that I entered the United States Naval Academy as a plebe (first-year midshipman). I was lucky enough to meet the author a few years later at a … Continue reading

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