Book Review: Red Rabbit Presents #1: Science Fiction for the People Issue!

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Outer Space HeaderHey Space Cadets, how’re you doing?  I’m good, trying not to die from this stomach bug. I’m still writing, but I’ve also spent a lot more time reading this summer and wanted to share what I have enjoyed lately. Here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. This review was also a discussion on the Sci-Fi Shenanigans Podcast, so watch for that to drop. My co-host will also be writing a blog with his thoughts on this collection, which I will share here as well. It should be fun to see two different reactions to the same stories. Continue reading

Book Review: Team Yankee

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Hey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I’ve been busy with life, but I am hoping I can hit the ground running once the summer is over and I can throw my kids at the public school system!  I’ve got a few open projects, but Chris Winder and I are whittling that pile down! I hope to get back to publishing novels soon. I’ve been reading the stories submitted to the anthology I’m hosting, and wow there are some good ones!  I can’t wait to get that to you this December!!  Finally, if you don’t listen to our podcast, you should check it out!  We’ve had some fun guests whom I’m sure you’ll love listening too! But enough about me, let’s get to this review! Continue reading

Book Review: We Happy Few

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SpaceHey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I’ve been busy with life, but I am hoping I can hit the ground running once the summer is over and I can throw my kids at the public school system! I’ve got a few open projects, and I hope to get back to publishing novels soon. I’m debating whether or not to hold off releasing novels for the rapid release strategy model of marketing. Finally, if I didn’t mention it, my story was accepted for the next Four Horsemen Anthology. Continue reading

Sales and other nice things!

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GrassHey Space Cadets, I hope life finds you well!  I am doing good, preparing for my wife’s surgery next month and trying to write every day.  The good news, the surgeon thinks she will recover quickly and be back to where she was before the car accident last year!  Then it’s back to the races. I still have my Order of the Centurion book in the Galaxy’s Edge Universe tentatively scheduled for late fall and I submitted a short story in the next Four Horsemen Universe anthology in September. I should find out if it was accepted soon, and I’ll let you know! I’ll have additional writing announcements soon, as a certain project is nearing a date with an editing guru! Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Galaxy’s Edge, Part II (Galaxy’s Edge Universe)

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Hey Space Cadets, I’m doing well and working on future projects of my own!  I’ll share more information as we get deeper into the process, but for now, let’s talk about some epic science fiction novels!  Without further ado, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews.  This time, we dive back into the worlds at the Galaxy’s Edge! That’s right, their second audiobook is out! Continue reading

Book Review: Sword of the Legion (Galaxy’s Edge Book 5)

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Hey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I’ve been in a reading slump, but as you can see from my last two posts I have come out of it with a bang. Though lately, life has been chaotic, I have enjoyed the reading I have fit into my schedule and wanted to share what I just read! I’ve finished writing my second novel for the year and sent it off to the editor, so I’m pretty happy. I’m hoping both of these will come out later this year. But enough about me, onto this specific review.  Now let’s get to it!

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Book Review: Infliction (Mech Wars Book 4)

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Hey Space Cadets, how’re you all doing?  I hope you’ve sufficiently recovered from your cabin fever and winter doldrums?  Summer seems to finally be in the air, and in the south of the US of A that means asphyxiation by pollen! I managed to survive the dreaded yellow death and lived to tell about it.  I’ve got my new glasses and can finally read again, though I fought off the doctor’s recommendation of bifocals.  Now the intemperate weather has again made sane people hide from the seasons I’m back to the writing.  Continue reading