Exclusive Interview: The Fallen Author Ada Hoffman

 

It’s always the middle book of a trilogy where things go to shit. But that doesn’t seem to be the case with Ada Hoffman’s cosmic horror sci-fi space opera novel The Fallen (paperback, Kindle)…but only because ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Secrets Of The Force Co-Writer Mark A. Altman

 

While there’s been tons of behind-the-scenes books about Star Wars, writers Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman are trying to do something different with Secrets Of The Force (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook) by not only ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: City Of Iron And Dust Author J.P. Oakes

 

While many fantasy stories deal with war — either showing what led to it or what happened during it — we usually don’t get to see what happened afterwards…unless, of course, it leads to another war. But in the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Arkham Horror: The Devourer Below Editor Charlotte Llewelyn-Wells

 

It’s a good time to be a fan of the H.P. Lovecraft-inspired cosmic horror board game Arkham Horror. Not only is there a new, comprehensive version of the game called Arkham Horror: The Revised Core Set coming soon, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Master Of Rods And Strings Author Jason Marc Harris

 

In the 1978 horror movie Magic, Anthony Hopkins is the man behind a scary ventriloquist dummy. But while writer Jason Marc Harris says his puppet-centric novel Master Of Rods And Strings (paperback, Kindle) is a ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: When The Sparrow Falls Author Neil Sharpson

 

In the following email interview about his new novel When The Sparrow Falls (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook), writer Neil Sharpson talks about how this story encompasses elements of dystopian science fiction, cyberpunk sci-fi, and spy thrillers. ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: To Dust You Shall Return Author Fred Venturini

 

In his new supernatural thriller, To Dust You Shall Return (hardcover, paperback, Kindle, audiobook), writer Fred Venturini plays with the “you can never leave this place” trope by having the person hoping to leave ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: All-The-Way House Author Keith R.A. DeCandido

 

In the two decades that I lived in New Jersey, I never once saw the Jersey Devil. I saw a pissy turtle, some easily spooked deer, and a lot of hungry mosquitos, but not once did I ever see ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Bridge Author J.S. Breukelaar

 

While freaky twins are a well-worn trope, maybe even a cliché, being one may just be what saves Meera in J.S. Breukelaar’s dark fantasy sci-fi novel The Bridge (paperback, Kindle). In the following email interview, Breukelaar ...CONTINUE

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