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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

The Minion

This is Sylvie. Sylvie is Randy's minion. She is also in his writing group. She has known Randy for a few years now, and had never read science-fiction until gave her a copy of the Omnibus. She has been a sci-fi junkie since, working her way through the whole Spinward Fringe series, all of Stargate SG-1 (that's right, all 10 seasons), all of Farscape, the original Star Wars trilogy (finally), Firefly/Serenity, all the new seasons of Doctor Who, all of Torchwood, and a few others. She is still getting caught up, much thanks to Randy.

She is a university student (some might say a professional student - she has been there for a really long time), currently working on her Master's Degree in Human Development. When she is not agonizing over writing her thesis, she is getting as much creative writing done as she can, in all kinds of genres. She is also, technically, writing about herself in the third person, as she is the voice of Lewis online (see, Randy wasn't lying when he said it wasn't him...).

Lately, she's been helping Randy with proofreading and troubleshooting on the novella, and annoying him until he gives her new pages. She's also keeping an eye on the online stuff, so that Randy does not have to worry about those things and can concentrate on writing and editing. If you are so inclined, you can follow her on Twitter, at the following link:!/ever_light

If you have any questions/comments for her, feel free to send her an email at (Randy can also be reached at this address).


Derrek said...

I noticed that you didn't mention the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica series as part of your watching regiment (though you've been watching some great shows). I highly recommend it. And Randy being able to write more is a great thing--I'm loving the Spinward Fringe series. Keep 'em comin!

Lewis said...

Battlestar Galactica is on Sylvie's "to watch" list, along with some old school Star Trek, and a lot of the sci-fi movies available on Netflix.

Anonymous said...

I would also recommend the Stargate Universe series. It is a very interesting series and is different then Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and Dr.Who. They all are amazing shows/series and have their own different moods.