About Kathy E. Gill

I'm a writer and web developer ... motorcycle instructor ... transplanted southerner living in the damp Pacific Northwest. Love mysteries and science fiction -- philosophy and psychology. Also drawn to technical books on web design and usability.

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Kathy shared from Writers of the Future Volume 30 (L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future) by Orson Scott Card, Randy Henderson, Robert Silverberg, Val Lindahn, Terry Madden, Amanda Forrest, Anaea Lay, K.C. Norton, Mike Resnick, Liz Colter, Leena Likitalo, Shauna O'meara, Paul Eckheart, Megan E. O'Keefe, Oleg Kazantsev, C. St
    Grown men arguing over who owned a piece of useless rock face just because their stories said a god died there. Ridiculous.
    Note: new sciFi anthology:
  • Kathy shared from Brave New Worlds (Dystopian Stories) by John Joseph Adams
    We dream of love at first sight, but find that society not only influences who we will see, but the kind of love we are allowed to fall into.
    Note: #QOTD #falseChoices
  • Kathy shared from Shift Omnibus Edition (Shift 1-3) (Silo Saga) by Hugh Howey
    The great wars of old were like this. He remembered two wars in Iran, a new generation unremembering so that sons marched into the battles their fathers had already fought.
    Note: how do we honor, integrate history so we CAN learn from it? #readingOutloud
  • Kathy shared from Writing on the Wall: Social Media - The First 2,000 Years by Tom Standage
    More than eleven thousand items of graffiti have been recorded on the walls of Pompeii, a town with a population of ten to twenty thousand.
    Note: Holy Cow. Romans literally wrote on your wall. Graffiti . #readingOutLoud
  • Kathy shared from Writing on the Wall: Social Media - The First 2,000 Years by Tom Standage
    Reading books aloud was not easy because there were no punctuation marks or spaces between words, so rather like learning to play a piece of music, it was necessary to practice the reading of a particular text to determine the appropriate phrasing.
    Note: Ah, yes, punctuation was developed to assist the spoken word . #readingOutLoud
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Kathy E. Gill