7 Days Till Echoes: 11 of my favorite, terrifying places in the solar system. #7 Coronal Mass Ejections

  Coronal Mass Ejections (CME’s for short) are large expulsions of plasma from the Sun’s corona. Sometimes ejecting billions of coronal material in a fixed magnetic field, carrying an embedded magnetic field stronger than the background radiation of the solar wind. These CME’s can sometimes reach our planet in as little as 18 hours, while…

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8 Days Till Echoes: 11 of my favorite, terrifying places in the solar system. #8 The Great Red Spot

We’ve already talked about Jupiter’s liquid metal ocean, but even cooler (and a bit scarier) is the Great Red Spot. With wind speeds reaching over 400 miles per hour, and a surface area that could swallow the Earth twice over, the Great Red Spot is one of the largest storms in the star system. While…

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9 Days Till Echoes: 11 of my favorite, terrifying places in the solar system. #9 The Surface of Venus

There is no vision of hell more perfect than that of the surface of Venus. With it’s cracked, rubble strewn orange surface, yellow sky, and blistering average surface temperatures ranging in the high 800’s (Fahrenheit), Venus has a myriad of ways to kill you. Whether it’s its extreme surface pressure, which measures at 92 Bar…

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10 Days Till Echoes: 11 of my favorite, terrifying places in the solar system. #10 Yellowstone Supervolcano

Yellowstone national park is a natural wonder. Anyone that visits will tell you that there are few places on Earth that look quite as stunning as Yellowstone (personally, I think Yosemite is nicer, fight me), but this beautiful park is hiding a dark secret that could decide the fate of the human race. Yellowstone is…

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11 Days till Echoes – My Favorite, Terrifying Places in the Solar System! #11 Jupiter’s Hydrogen Sea of Jupiter

With 11 days to go till Echoes of Olympus Mons comes out, I decided to do a series of 11 mini-blogs about the most terrifying places in our solar system. Each day, I’ll be focusing on a different part of our solar backyard. Today, I’m focusing on the hydrogen sea that is thought to exist…

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Tone, Mood, and Disagreeing With your Characters with Phoenix Bunke

Here it is, you’re not gonna want to miss this one if you’re a writer. Phoenix and I chat about the common problems she sees in first drafts. We talk about fixing tone and mood as well as how to disagree with your less than likable characters. You can find P.R. Bunke’s blog here: https://www.prbunke.com/…

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Nobilis, And Why Constructive Criticism Matters, with Stephen Coghlan!

Today, I’m chatting with Stephen Coghlan about his upcoming novel, Nobilis, his other works, as well as why he thinks you should listen to constructive criticism in order to grow as writers. Check out Stephen: http://scoghlan.com https://mobile.twitter.com/wordsbysc https://m.facebook.com/wordsbysc/ https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16943595.Stephen_M_Coghlan

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The Angel of Bishops Gate, Accents and Character Voice, with Eloise Reuben

Today, I’m interviewing Eloise Reuben, author of The Angel of Bishopsgate. We talk about the book, accents, character voice, and writing habits! It’s a great conversation and I’m sure you’ll love it. Her book comes out in just a few days too! You can Pre-order it here! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MGP5D17/

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