Author Archives: Aaron Pogue

Contracts Are Signed with a Word

Tweet I suspect this is true of all writers, but I crave feedback. When someone tells me they bought one of my books, the first thing I say is “Thanks.” Because, really, thanks. I couldn’t do any of this without … Continue reading

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You Have a Personal Shopper…Everywhere

Tweet I’ve told the story of my inspiration for Gods Tomorrow in the thought of ordering a pizza. That thought experiment became pretty central to the Hathor universe. In fact, that was what inspired the idea for Services. Before that, … Continue reading

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Hathor Knows What You’ve Done

Tweet Shortly after I finished writing Gods Tomorrow I came across a book review at my favorite science and technology site (Ars Technica — you’ll come to know it well). The review featured two new non-fiction books about…well, Hathor Tech. … Continue reading

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The Idea for Gods Tomorrow

Tweet One of the most common questions writers get asked is, “Where do you get your ideas?” Some writers love the question. Many of them come to hate it. When it comes right down to it, the idea is generally … Continue reading

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Introductions Are in Order

Tweet Welcome to, official home of Katie Pratt and the Ghost Targets universe. Before I get to that, though, let me answer the question posed by the URL. For the technical folks out there: Hathor is a revolutionary database … Continue reading

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