Hey Space Cadets, just wanted to share the latest updates from my publisher!
Attention, Sleeping Legion audio fans! The third novel, produced by Podium Publishing and narrated by Jeffrey Kafer (Jay Allan’s Call to Arms, Daniel Arenson’s Earthrise, Starship’s Mage by Glynn Stewart… Ember War… you get the picture) is available from Audible now. If you have shiny Audible credits, this is where they need to go You can…
Hey Space Cadets, today I have the privilege of allowing a friend and fellow author share his thoughts on a book. I’ve extended this invitation before to anyone who wants to post a book review; I’ll happily publish your thoughts. Because of this review, I’ve added this book to my TBR (To Be Read) List and can’t wait to dig into it. Lately I’ve been reading awesome scifi, and working on my super-duper top-secret project. I can’t wait to tell you about, but until then let’s get to author Matt Herron.
Hey Space Cadets, how’re you doing? I’m okay, working on finalizing the edits on two projects and starting to write another. Meanwhile, I’m still reading and wanted to share what I’ve enjoyed lately. Here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I’ve just finished the final book of The Sleeping Legion Series which has been titled Insurgency: Spartika I also have a short story that was accepted into The Expanded Universe Anthology. Finally, I have two recent publications to recommend to you. If you haven’t read it, Operation Breakout and a Four Horsemen Anthology, For a Few Credits More are available on Amazon.
Hey Space Cadets, today I wanted to bring you some awesome little science fiction films. It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of these and I thought reviving it would be cool! They’re indie productions, and very much worth watching! I plan on posting another blog soon, but for today I need to work on my next super-secret story. So here’s a cool film!
Below is an interview that I conducted with author J. R. Handley. I met J. R. here on WordPress and read about him on his website. It was after reading about him and his journey that I knew he was someone I wanted to talk to. You can find his blog here. J. R. Primarily writes military fiction.
What genre do you typically write? What drew you to that genre?
I write in the broader science fiction world, with a heavy leaning towards military science fiction. And I’ve always loved science fiction and fantasy, but I found that science fiction was easier to write with my brain injury because I could use what I already knew. Plus, I read Star Wars novels as a kid and dreamed of being a Storm Trooper. I like the idea of a future where anything is possible for those who work hard enough…
Hey Space Cadets, how’re you guys doing? Things are good here, I’m writing and spending time with the family. I want to share some good books with you today! They’re all on sale, so get ‘em while they’re hot! The books I’m recommending are ones I’ve read and loved OR ones I bought and want to read! Also, don’t forget – if you haven’t read them – my Sleeping Legion books are on Amazon. If you DO read any of these books, please be kind and leave a review.
Hey Space Cadets, today I wanted to bring you some awesome little science fiction films. I’m fighting a war with my allergies, and my sinuses are winning. I know it’s been a week since I posted a blog, and I’ve several in the cue, but for today I wanna share a fun little video with you! It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of these and I thought reviving it would be cool! They’re indie productions, and very much worth watching! I plan on posting another blog soon, but for today I need to work on book four of the Sleeping Legion Series. So here’s a cool film!