Important!Coming January 1st, 2015–the epic fantasy Amaskan’s Blood. Available in both print & eBook formats. For more details, please join the mailing list!
Probably one of my favorite tabletop games is the Munchkin series by Steve Jackson Games. There are dozens of themes to this game—everything from vampires and Cthulhu to Pathfinder and space. We own about 2/3 of the games & expansions and store them in a nice wooden case (which I need to decorate with Munchkiny …View full post
Like most of my generation, I saw the Disney film before I read the book, wherein I fell in love with the Cheshire Cat. Lewis Carroll‘s book is quite a bit darker, which appealed to the teen-age me. But what I liked most was the idea of this oddball girl who liked reading more than …View full post
This month, one of the books I’ve read was Kindred by Octavia E. Butler. I’d heard about this book but had never managed to sit down and actually read it until this month. While it deals with time-travel, it does so in a similar sense to a book like The Time Traveler’s Wife, which is …View full post
Definitely a classic! I love this version of H. G. Wells‘ The Time Machine. I bought a copy with this cover at Half Price Books back when I was twelve. Anyone else seen these lovely covers? Enjoy this post & others? Join the Mailing List to get a monthly newsletter with news, release dates, freebies, …View full post
This month, one of the novels I’ve read is the speculative fiction novel CyberStorm by Matthew Mather. There are many excellent books that are being indie-published these days, though I still feel that the majority of books aren’t all that great. This book, however, is a fun post-apocalyptic read that really hit home with me. …View full post
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My novels are full of political intrigue and conspiracy. If you’ve been lucky enough to beta read Amaskan’s Blood or other novels/stories, you already know this! A group of ravens is called a conspiracy. What better name for my team of loyal readers! (And hey, if you’re a gamer, particularly of Magic: the Gathering, then …