Writing a Serial – The Saga Continues

In August I wrote a post about the trials of beginning my journey into serialised fiction. I learned a lot from the process, and the result of those lessons meant I had a few decisions to make about the future of the Collective. In short, I had to rethink my whole plan. I still believe it … Continue reading Writing a Serial – The Saga Continues

To Hunt a Sub by Jacqui Murray

I was so excited about this post I dragged myself out of hibernation. To say it's a pleasure to be part of Jacqui's blog hop is an understatement. I've been waiting for the release of To Hunt a Sub for a while, so I'm going to leave you to soak up the details and head over to … Continue reading To Hunt a Sub by Jacqui Murray

Author Interview: Luther M. Siler

Welcome back to my feature on Luther Siler, author of Skylights, The Benevolence Archives and The Sanctum of the Sphere. Today I would like to share an interview with you. I had a great deal of fun discussing Luther's reading and writing habits, so much I couldn't resist a few follow up questions! If you … Continue reading Author Interview: Luther M. Siler

Review – Skylights by Luther M. Siler

August 15, 2022: the Tycho, the most advanced interplanetary craft ever designed by the human race, launches from Earth on an expedition to Mars. The Tycho carries four passengers, soon to be the most famous people in human history.  February 19, 2023: The Tycho loses all communication with Earth while orbiting Mars. After weeks of … Continue reading Review – Skylights by Luther M. Siler

Introducing Zadekiel – Book 2 in the Path of Angels Series by Patricia Josephine

I'm excited to announce that Zadekiel, Book 2 in the Path of Angles Series is now available. The cover is just fantastic, I'm sure you'll agree. The path is lost. With Michael gone, the mantle of leadership falls to Zadekiel. In this time of darkness, with tempers running short, Zade struggles to guide his brothers. … Continue reading Introducing Zadekiel – Book 2 in the Path of Angels Series by Patricia Josephine

Author Interview – Allison D. Reid

Interview with Allison D. Reid, author of Journey to Aviad When and why did you begin writing? I guess I've been writing longer than I can even remember.  My grandmother once told me that I won a poetry contest in 1st grade.  I have no memory of that event, but somewhere I still have the signed … Continue reading Author Interview – Allison D. Reid

Last minute changes – WIPpet Wednesday/ROW80

As it's the first Wednesday of NaNoWriMo I was all set to share with you a snippet from my new project - a continuation of the scene I shared with you last week.  But Tyler will have to wait a while, because my mind is on other things. The short version is that The Fifth Watcher is … Continue reading Last minute changes – WIPpet Wednesday/ROW80

The Girl In Between by Laekan Zea Kemp

Bryn Reyes is a real life sleeping beauty. Afflicted with Klein-Levin Syndrome, she suffers episodes of prolonged sleep that steal weeks, and sometimes even months, from her life. But unlike most KLS patients, she doesn’t spend each episode in a catatonic state or wake up with no recollection of the time she’s missed. Instead, Bryn … Continue reading The Girl In Between by Laekan Zea Kemp

Time's Tempest by M.J. Moores

Taya A loyal and dedicated government contractor extraordinaire, learns of the fate of the planet while on a top-secret job working as a lab tech for a disreputed scientist. Dezmind A Talian government dissenter who claims the only way to save their dying world is to trust a set of ancient documents lost long ago … Continue reading Time's Tempest by M.J. Moores

Review: Time's Tempest by M. J. Moores

Embarking as a guide into the death zones that are the Deserts, Taya leads a group of civilians who blindly follow a prophet obsessed with preventing the planet Xannia from environmental self-destruction. Here, Fate and Destiny wage war propelling an epic search for truth amidst 2000 year old lies, in opposition to a government bent … Continue reading Review: Time's Tempest by M. J. Moores