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!Continue reading
Hello Space Cadets! Today, I wanted to introduce you to another author from my Warrior Weekend Interview Series, James S. Aaron. He’s the author of The Sentience Wars series, which takes place in M.D. Cooper’s Aeon 14 universe. With three books published, the five-book series will take readers from 2900 to 3200, as sentient AI break free of humanity. A native of Oregon, Aaron joined the U.S. Army in 1993 at the tender age of seventeen and stuck around until 2005, serving as both enlisted and officer. Aaron is a member of the Science Fiction Writers of America and currently works in law enforcement. Aside from the normal stuff writers do, he also plays with solar power and aquaponics, protects his seventeen chickens from hawks and his poop gobbling Corgi, and curses the deer who chow on his garden.
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.Continue reading
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, how’s everyone doing? I’m doing well, busy editing and wrapping up some annoying work with my medical insurance. Hopefully, this will be the last time I talk about the editing phase book four. I’ve just finished editing book four of The Sleeping Legion Series. I’ve only got to wrap-up the last half of the TEU3 Anthology, and then I start writing my next project. Ending a series is tougher than I thought; I’ve found I miss the characters as I work on the next project. Can’t wait to fall in love with the next motley crew I assemble and unleash upon the galaxy! I’m very excited about these new stories, and can’t wait for you to be able to read them.Continue reading