I finished reading Skylights by Luther M. Siler a week or two ago. Siler was the first indie author I followed when I joined WordPress three years ago. I’ve been intending to read this book for forever, and boy am I glad I got around to it. Continue reading SKYLIGHTS: A Fun and Exciting Sci-Fi Romp
I just finished reading the first draft of Jessie’s first novel, and I’m going to
reveal everything about the novel against her wishes say as little as possible to avoid her furious flailing.
Jessie, in advance, I apologize. I knew you would not let me do this without your prior approval, so I had to be sneaky. Continue reading The Ultra-Secret First Draft – Total Reveal!
Evening Satellite Publishing will be the imprint for all of our print publications in the fantasy and sci-fi genres, including The Warden of Everfeld: Memento and Jessie’s as yet unnamed sci-fi novel. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: We Have an Imprint!
Generally speaking, if something is posted later than normal on this site, it is because I am its author, not Stevie. =D
Welcome to Jessie’s Friday Write-Day ! Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Impostor Post!
The Book: Revenant: Advent
Author: Valerie Dugie
Genre: Science fiction
Indie books are fun. I came upon Revenant: Advent because I happen to know the author personally. When I found out recently that Valerie Dugie had published her first book in 2010, I promised I would read it.
And I really enjoyed it. Continue reading Book Review: REVENANT: ADVENT, Valerie Dugie – A Sci-Fi Thrill-Ride
I just finished reading Andy Weir’s The Martian. Overall, I enjoyed this compelling story. The story follows Mark Watney, an astronaut left on Mars after his crew had to abort their mission, assuming he was dead, and with no other options. Continue reading Gut Reaction: THE MARTIAN by Andy Weir
Oh, July, the perfect month for beach reading, you practically handed me your own theme. I just finished Philip K. Dick’s The Man In The High Castle, and without giving spoilers, I will say its plot revolves around alternative presents (of the 1960s). The what if scenarios that could possibly have occurred, if only that one important thing was different. I had seen this type of idea in other media, for instance in Fringe, where they have not only an alternative present but an alternative universe, but for some reason hadn’t read anything with this device. Thus – Continue reading July’s Theme – A Whole New World