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Cover Art: Primavera (aka Cunning Plan, Phase Three)

Before I get down to the nitty gritty, a quick apology to those reading my blog posts via Goodreads. As you can see, I’ve re-linked my main site to GR, largely because I need to streamline my online time. 757 more words


Kill City Blues, Book 4 in the Sandman Slim Series -- Still Fun...with a few Caveats

Richard Kadrey’s Kill City Blues, book 5 in the Sandman Slim series, was an enjoyable romp through the world of the edgiest of anti-heroes in American fiction today. 83 more words


The Formulas of Popular Fiction - For Neophytes

Anna Faktorovich’s The Formulas of Popular Fiction is a competent introduction for Indie or aspiring authors concerning the structures of genre fiction, basic industry background, and the analyses of some of popular fiction’s most read authors. 124 more words


263. Rethinking the Hugo Awards w/ TheG, Cora Buhlert, and Jason Snell

Fandom, Radical Categorization, and Hugo kvetching, oh my!  TheG, Cora Buhlert, and Jason Snell join us to discuss the confusion over the Hugo categories, ways to fix them to make voting easier and more “fan oriented,” and the problems with the system as it currently stands — and maybe a little bit about politics, too. 133 more words

Genre Fiction

Joined Up Writing - Episode 10 - Philip K Dick Shortlisted Author, Rod Duncan


In this week’s show we were lucky enough to interview Rod Duncan, author of Steampunk/Alternate History novel, The Bullet Catcher’s Daughter. The book has been shortlisted for the… 148 more words


262. Brenda Cooper (a.k.a. The Space Farmer) -- Edge of Dark (An Interview)

Giant space rings, transhumanists, and space cows, oh my!  Brenda Cooper joins Shaun and Paul to discuss her latest novel, Edge of Dark.  We tackle Brenda’s love of science fiction, the transhumanist themes in her work, character development, and the wonders of space.   102 more words

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"A Monstrous Regiment of Women - Mary Russell #2" by Laurie R. King - Mary Russell comes of age

“A Monstrous Regiment Of Woman” is well written, skillfully narrated, filled with memorable characters, and spiced with discussions of challenging ideas on religion and on the role of women. 776 more words

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