… in my father’s footsteps, ninety years later. … More Roddons
I found Reaper more satisfying than some of the longer books. It’s tighter, more focused on the immediate issues. … More Reaper: A Snowverse Novel, by L.C. Mawson: A Release-day Review
Anything but work on the novel…. … More Procrastination 101
I’m pleased to share with you the cover – back and front – for Empire’s Hostage, again the work of the talented A.J O’Brien (check his own psychological thriller out here.) ‘Hostage’ is currently with its beta-readers and I’ll be making the last changes, copy-edits, etc., in the next few weeks. I’m hoping to release … More Cover Reveal!
Remi is a heroine who faces dangers with courage and initiative. … More The Quantum Ghost, by Jonathan Ballagh: A Review
Interested in reading? Send me a message. … More What may still lie between the mountains and the sea….
We all need amusing distractions and Lang’s novels fit that bill perfectly. … More The Eye of Nefertiti, by Maria Luisa Lang: A Review
Good potential, unrealized. … More Escaping Infinity, by Richard Paolinelli: A Review
What if thought could be turned into power, not of the kind wielded by politicians and heads of corporations, but the sort that turns on lights, runs motors, boots up your laptop? … More Shattering Glass, by Connor Coyne: A Review
A science-fiction thriller that kept me turning the pages. … More The R.E.M. Effect, by J.M. Lanham: A Review