Monthly Archives: October 2011
For years the Office of Naval Research has been funding development of a new class of ship-mounted cannons called rail guns. These weapon systems use electromagnetic energy to launch a solid (non-explosive) projectile at phenomenal speeds–up to Mach 8! In Unintended Consequences, … Continue reading
One of the most challenging tasks for every new author is to get noticed. It’s just about impossible to get the attention of the major book distributiors and agents unless you have a track record … so how does a … Continue reading
Please share your comments and questions! After a lot of work (much of which I would characterize as mystical) the web site is about 98% to my liking, but I think it’s fully functional … tell me if it isn’t! … Continue reading
October 12, 2011 Posted by Dave Edlund I have heard that fans have not been able to sign in on the blog page. I apologize for this trouble; but, I think the problem has been corrected (thanks, Andy!). However, … Continue reading
As you read about the adventures of Peter Savage and friends, you’ll encounter lots of real products, many that are from small companies in Central Oregon. From time to time, I’ll use this blog page to highlite a particular product … Continue reading
October 9, 2011 posted by Dave Edlund This is the favored sidearm of Commander James Nicolaou–the Super Hawg long-slide .45! Plenty of firepower and built on the proven 1911 frame designed by America’s genius of firearms design, … Continue reading
October 7, 2011 posted by Dave Edlund A new feature on the “Books” page is a link to a sample chapter for each novel.
Well, it took some doing, but the web site is officially open for viewing and business. If you have already been here, thanks for your patience. And a special thanks to Brody and Andy for all the help!