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What I’m Reading: DESTINY NEXUS by Ceri London

Last March I reviewed Rogue Genesis, the sci-fi/fantasy techo-thriller by UK author Ceri London. In my review I talked about how I loved the way she used Science (capital S intentional) as an integral part of the story. A lot … Continue reading

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Book Review: ATLAS by Becca C. Smith #Atlas Tour

You have to love a story that starts with a bar fight. ATLAS by Becca C Smith is one of those kinds of books. Kala Hicks is a member of an elite special forces team called into action to rescue … Continue reading

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Meet Maribel, A Telepathic Rebel with a Cause

Thanks to Britt Ringel, creator the military sci-fi series This Corner of the Universe, for inviting me to participate in the Characters Blog Tour. Britt has three titles out in his TCOTU series, with a fourth planned for late 2014. … Continue reading

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Book Review: HAND OF CHAOS by J Hamlet #Giveaway

If you met Anna Wei in a Washington, D.C., bar, you might take her for a hipster. Mid-20’s, bit of a drinker, but attractively mysterious with her mixed Asian heritage, tats, and piercings. You might scratch your head when she … Continue reading

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The Dream Guild Chronicles: Summer Sci-Fi Sale

Maybe it’s the summer heat. Maybe it’s because I just got Book Three back from my editor this week and I can’t wait to release the next book in The Dream Guild Chronicles. Whatever the reason, if you read sci-fi/fantasy, … Continue reading

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Book Review: ALONG THE WATCHTOWER by David Litwack #giveaway

In Along the Watchtower, David Litwack takes a poetic approach to PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and healing. LT Freddie Williams is a returning Iraq War vet, gravely injured both mentally and physically, and we follow his journey back to health. … Continue reading

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#MondayBlogs – My Writing Process

When I launched my new career as a professional writer, I had no idea how many new and interesting people I would meet along the way, including the lovely and talented Jo Beckford. So when my British-South African-Dutch friend tagged … Continue reading

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Book Review: EYE OF THE STORM by Aimee Kuzenski

I met Aimee Kuzenski a few weeks ago when she gave a reading of her debut novel “Eye of the Storm” at DreamHaven Books in Minneapolis. Her reading convinced me to buy a copy of the book and I’m glad … Continue reading

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Fantasy Author Roderick Davidson Reviews IRRADIANCE

Fantasy author Roderick Davidson is the creator of Pallitine’s Path, a quartet of fantasy books featuring a female knight. The first book in the series, Pallitine Rising, was released last summer and is available here. It is, in the words … Continue reading

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Book Review: ROGUE GENESIS by Ceri London

I tend to separate my science fiction into two categories. In some SFF, the science part is just a story element used as a setting or a device to keep the plot moving forward. Then there are the tales where … Continue reading

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