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Amie’s book series just got extended for Halloween

Book 4 in a paranormal mysteries series. Check it out!

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“Shifting Ice”, a prequel to “Gods Defense” is now public.

Amie Gibbons has a new novella out, a tale of a feline shape-shifter. As usual, a bit of gunplay and libertarian mindset are in evidence, along with sexy, smart-ass characters and a well thought out world with just a bit … Continue reading

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No Deus ex machina in “The Gods Defense”

My girlfriend Amie Gibbons has been writing for many years. In the past six months, she published a number of short stories and collections, paving the way for her first novel. I read that book first as a novella, then … Continue reading

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Evie Jones and the Rocky Roulette: new from Amie Gibbons

Evie Jones and the Rocky Roulette is Amie’s newest novella about the witchy amateur detective. Under the guise of urban fantasy is a political commentary with a bit of humor and a dash of romance.

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A good read at a nice discount

My girlfriend Amie has a Leap year sale on one of her books, Evie Jones and the Shadow of Chaos. Something for everyone in it: romance, witch politics, possessed active shooter and more. Reader comments about other books in that series: … Continue reading

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Evie Jones and the Shadow of Chаоs

Amie’s newest book is now available.  It features, among other things, the most evil bunny since Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I am quite pleased with how the cover came out.

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A Long Time Until Now: book review

I just finished reading Mike’s newest book, A Long Time Until now.  It’s a typical MZW in terms of pacing: a slow first chapter followed by rapidly accelerating pace of story-telling all the way up to the last sentence. It’s … Continue reading

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“Adapt and Overcome” is available, a new book by Peter Grant

And, just like the earlier books of that series, it’s become very popular from the start. I design overs for Peter’s books, so it pleases me to see him do well — as his writing talent well deserves.

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Capable authors are doing well

Peter Grant’s science fiction books (with my covers) are doing very well on Amazon. If you have not read them yet, this is a good time to order.

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“Terms of Enlistment.”

I recently mentioned Marko’s new book as the best military science fiction I’ve read in quite some time. Good to see it gain the deserved popularity. At three bucks, it’s the best entertainment you can get for a day or … Continue reading

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“Beyond Lies the Wub”

One of my favorite stories by Phillip K. Dick is now in the public domain: “Beyond Lies the Wub”.

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Owen Zastava Pitt

The main character from Monster Hunter International. Met him yesterday.

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Fiction is not keeping up with reality

When John Ross wrote his seminal Unintended Consequences, people accused him of being overly dramatic. After all, ATF agents wouldn’t frame people or commit murder, right? When Matt Bracken wrote Enemies Foreign and Domestic series, most readers thought the idea … Continue reading

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An Act of Self-Defense, the book

I just read it and recommend it to others: An Act of Self-Defense by Erne Lewis. The book describes a possible future along the lines of “Unintended Consequences” but with somewhat greater realism. The writing quality is decent, the plot … Continue reading

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“Tipping Point” by Frank Clarke is out in print

I recommend Tipping Point — it’s a well-written, engaging and sometimes humorous “what if” political speculation.

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