BTS eMagazine

The first book in the Multiplarity Trilogy is featured in this month’s BTS eMagazine! This is one of those magazines that doesn’t get the credit it deserves. It’s a really great place to find author interviews, excerpts, and cover art. Well laid out, each issue is a delight for the eye.

Review: Beginner Mind

Beginner Mind is a collection of six short stories and some free-form poetry by a new author. It opens with a tale that leaves the reader with vivid imagery of a string of post-pubescent mistakes and just gets better. The following story is called “Pistol Grip” and it blurs the line between murder and mistake. … More Review: Beginner Mind

REVIEW: The Strange Fate of Capricious Jones

~OR~ Genesis of an Iron Angel Book One of the Iron Angel Series by Robert C. Roman PROS: A tightly written steampunk tale Well-defined lead characters CONS: An occasional bit of head-hopping I would prefer a bit more world-building Review I’m reading an action-packed television thriller! That thought occurred to me about half way into … More REVIEW: The Strange Fate of Capricious Jones

The Nuclear Method

The Nuclear Method might sound like an odd title for a how-to book, but once read, you will appreciate it. The Nuclear Method by Emma Wayne Porter is only ninety nine cents at Smashwords, but if you are preparing a document to sell as an eBook, it will save a ton of time. It’s written … More The Nuclear Method

Pandora Driver Review

Raw dieselpunk noire excitement and flavor! That is what comes to mind when I think of what I’ve just read. Pandora Driver is a wonderful view of a vanished age that might have been. Without spoilers, let me say John Picha delivers a tale of Betsy, a young woman tested at every turn and apparently … More Pandora Driver Review