Hey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I’ve read this book several times, but I decided to re-read it and write a review of the first book in a series that I love. I probably won’t review the rest of the series in this level of detail, but I wanted to give you some insight into a series that I know and love. I’ve listened to the audiobook as well, on all of the mediums I’ve enjoyed this story is amazing! Now that I’m writing more reviews, I wanted to share a series that is near and dear to my heart with you! But enough about me, onto this review. Now let’s get to it!
Book Review: Turning Point
Hey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I’ve was on a reading slump this summer, but as you can see from my last few posts, I have come out of it with a bang. The kids being back in school have given me a lot more time. I need to replace my Kindle though, since reading on my iPhone is a pain, and not everything is available in audiobook! As always, I want to share what I just finished with you! But enough about me, onto this specific review. Now let’s get to it!
Hey 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!
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!
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!
Hey Space Cadets, I’m doing well and working on the world building for my own universe! I’ve hired an artist for cover art, and started designing all the things that flesh out a literary world. I’ll have more information as we get deeper into the process but for now lets 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!
Hey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my book review series. This one is a little different, as it’s a review of a short story that in the Galaxy’s Edge Universe I love. Reading this was my reward to myself for finishing the Super-Duper-Secret novel I was writing this month. Soon I’ll post the top books on my TBR list, in case you want to read along and be able to comment on my review of those books! I’ve also finished Starship Troopers, and I’ll be posting that soon as well! I’ll plan on being more active on my blog in the new year with some exciting news, so stay tuned.
Hey Space Cadets, I hope you’re all on the road to recovering from your Turkey Day food coma! I’m doing well, and enjoyed time with my wife’s family! Now that the holiday is come and gone, I’ll show my thankfulness by re-starting my healthier living goals. I plan on building back up to my mile walks in the morning, and will add in some stretching. I’m working on adapting my diet more holistically, instead of just dieting. I hope it’ll mean I can keep it up, since it’ll be a lifestyle change, instead of a temporary culinary one. We’ve started doing some meal prep as a family, so we cook in bulk on the weekends and then freeze it. This way, even when I need quick meals, I can have healthy ones. Finally, I plan to add yoga to the mix. My doctor thinks it can help me regain some of my lost mobility, though I’ve tried so many things I’m a bit skeptical. My good friends Jason Anspach and Nick Cole recommended DDP Yoga, so I’ll give that a shot.
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, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. As I’ve mentioned earlier, I’m a member of the TRMN. It’s a fan club for the Honor Harrington Universe by David Weber, and they do contests for their members all the time. There is a reading contest currently going on, and we get points for page reads. I’m thrilled as it prompted me to read more, as I’ve let writing get in the way of reading! In addition to reading more in the last few months, this month I’ve been working the editorial revisions for book four, the final book of The Sleeping Legion Series. Finally, if you haven’t read it, Operation Breakout and For a Few Credits More are live!