Call for ARC Readers

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Hey Space Cadets, I wanted to let you about a chance to get a free copy of one of the anthologies I’ll be in later this year. We’re looking for ARC readers to get advanced copies of the Aliens Anthology being put out by Castrum Press! I’ve mentioned that I was submitting one of my short stories, and it was accepted! Are you interested in reading this and sharing your opinions about it on launch day. If so, email me at jrhandley@jrhandleyinc.com and we’ll get you added to the list! Continue reading

Book Review: Knight Training

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Hey Space Cadets, here is another installment in my series of book reviews. This time I’m reviewing some short stories. Some of these will be outside of my normal reading genres, as I seek to broaden my horizons. However, I will also still review stories solidly in my wheelhouse, never fear! And I won’t Continue reading

Nebula Award – Say What?

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Nebula Picture

Hey Space Cadets, I wanted to share some amazing news with you! One of the authors, Richard Fox, in the military science fiction anthology I published, Backblast Area Clear: A Military Science Fiction Anthology, has made the official nomination list for the 2019 Nebula Award! That’s right, Bayonet Books, also known as the name of my press, has hit the big time. Sorta? I mean, sure I’m riding his coattails and stealing his thunder, but Continue reading

The SciFi Collective

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The SciFi CollectiveHey Space Cadets, just wanted to check in with you! I’m halfway through my re-write of The Reservist, I really think you’re going to love it. My publisher over at Galaxy’s Edge Press and Jason Anspach, my point of contact, are pushing me to do better. I’m liking the change, it really pops. Until then, I wanted to make you aware of another great source for Science Fiction books. Continue reading

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