Dec 2 at 10:31am ANNOUNCING: New Patron Benefits & a Special Offer! Happy December! I have some great news that I’m really excited about. I’ve done a revamp of some of my Patreon reward tiers, which includes a Special Offer & exciting benefits! First, I’ve eliminated the tiers that nobody was taking. But I’ve made […]Read More ANNOUNCING: New Patron Benefits & a Special Offer!
The Korpes Agenda by J.I. Rogers My rating: 5 of 5 stars WARNING: Contains spoilers for The Korpes File. I exchanged copies of my books for copies of J.I. Rogers’ books when we met up at a local comic con. I’ve already given a stellar review of the first book in this series, The Korpes […]Read More Book Review: The Korpes Agenda by J.I. Rogers
The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2017 by John Joseph Adams My rating: 5 of 5 stars I picked this up for “market research,” really. What sorts of stories are considered to be “the best” for audiences over the past couple of years? This is a really excellent collection from some of the best […]Read More Book Review: The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2017, edited by Charles Yu
The Korpes File by J.I. Rogers My rating: 5 of 5 stars I traded books with J.I. Rogers at a comic con we both attended, and sat down to start reading The Korpes File, partially because I was intrigued by the blurb, but partially so I would have something to talk with her about the […]Read More Book Review: The Korpes File by J.I. Rogers
Bring the Jubilee by Ward Moore My rating: 4 of 5 stars Read for the Science Fiction Masterworks Book Club. One might be deterred by a book with a Confederate shield on the front of it, and rightfully so. But don’t let it dissuade you; this isn’t what it looks like. This is a well-written […]Read More Book Review: Bring the Jubilee by Ward Moore
Jem by Frederik Pohl My rating: 4 of 5 stars Read for the Science Fiction Masterworks Book Club. This book was absorbing, interesting, and kept me picking it up to see what would happen next. It was also joyless, cynical, and depressing in a way that makes A Song of Ice and Fire seem hopeful […]Read More Book Review: Jem: The Making of a Utopia by Frederik Pohl
Happy Saturday! I was so deep in editing the final proof yesterday that I almost forgot it was Book Trailer Drop day! It’s the last book trailer drop before Release Day, March 15, and there’s one book trailer left, to be released on the day! This one concentrates on some of the most “western” of […]Read More Book Trailer Drop: Gunsmoke & Dragonfire #8!
Once Upon a Time in the Wyrd West is getting some press! It was featured recently on the Indie Connection, which is a segment in GoIndieNow! that suggests similar indie titles to popular mainstream books! Thanks, Fiction-Atlas Press!Read More The Indie Connection: The Dark Tower
Happy Friday! It’s a book trailer drop day, and today we’re focusing on the Weird Northwesterns in the collection: The Teeth of Winter by Yours Truly, By Way of Answer by Sean Jones, and A Prayer for the Reaping Season by Mackenzie Kincaid. For the next week, you can get the book on Kindle for […]Read More Book Trailer Drop: Gunsmoke & Dragonfire #7!