Category Archives: Books
At long last, it’s finally ready. My novella Sword & Flower is available in paperback. “But wait,” I hear you saying. “Your book has been available in paperback for a while now. Why are you acting like it’s new?” That’s … Continue reading
Over at the Castalia House blog, I talk about Brian K. Lowe’s War of the Ruby, which could be found in Cirsova Vol. 5. As for why blogging has been so light, it is because I am working on a … Continue reading
NOTE: This analysis contains spoilers. Yesterday, I reviewed Jon Mollison’s new book Sudden Rescue at the Castalia House blog. Though the book was fairly short, it didn’t feel short; all of the action and details were relevant, with no meaningless … Continue reading
At the Castalia House blog, I review my Twitter buddy Jon Mollison’s new book, Sudden Rescue. It’s a fast-moving tale of a space trucker and his lovely princess; any sci-fi fan would enjoy it.
STAR REALMS: ROLE REVERSAL RUN IMPORTANT: I spoil the book under discussion here. Also, I bear absolutely no ill will towards Jon del Arroz at all and fully respect him as an author and a fellow human being. From the … Continue reading
Author Robert Kroese has a new Kickstarter out to fund the writing of his new trilogy, the Saga of the Iron Dragon. In this trilogy, time travelers from the future fleeing an alien aggressor land in the time of the … Continue reading
I first encountered the Tales of the Otori series in college way back in the 2000s; I would often wander the college bookstore looking for reading material, and there it would be. As I was (and still am) an anime … Continue reading
Good news, everyone! My novelette Sword & Flower will be free for the next five days, from February 12 to February 17 inclusive. Come and read a story about a Japanese pop star and an English Puritan who team up … Continue reading
Today is an auspicious day. The first of my entries into the ongoing Pulp Revival is now available to buy. I drafted this novelette in November and revised it earlier in this month. It’s finally complete and it’s ready to … Continue reading
Over at the Castalia House blog, I briefly discuss the Gorean Saga’s publication history — and how shaming campaigns brought that series down.