Paginations

Paginations

pagination

noun pag·i·na·tion \ˌpa-jə-ˈnā-shən\

  1. the act or process of putting numbers on the pages of a book, document, etc.
  2. the page numbers on a book, document, etc.
  3. random musings from the warped scifi mind of Steve Umstead

About Steve

Steve Umstead has been the owner of a Caribbean & Mexico travel company for over ten years, but never forgot his lifelong dream of becoming an author. After a successful stab at National Novel Writing Month, he decided to pursue his dream more vigorously…but hasn’t given up the traveling.

Steve lives in scenic (tongue-in-cheek) New Jersey with his wife, two kids, and several bookshelves full of other authors’ science fiction novels. Gabriel’s Redemption was his debut novel, published in February of 2011; Gabriel’s Return, the second in the trilogy, launched in August; the finale, Gabriel’s Revenge, book 3, hit the virtual shelves in December.

Steve loves talking in third person, and Steve would love it if you took a glance at his books. Steve happy.

Complete Gabriel Trilogy

The complete Gabriel Trilogy
(Yes, I know there are five books – call it a bonus!)

Steve says the reason why the date of this post shows up on the front page image is that he is very proud of the site redesign that launched that day. The actual reason is that Steve couldn’t remove that date without removing dates on all the posts, and he was too lazy to figure out how to remove just that one.