Exclusive Interview: The Shadow Commission Author David Mack

 

With The Shadow Commission (paperback, Kindle), writer David Mack is (probably) concluding the Dark Arts series of secret history fantasy novels he began in 2018 with The Midnight Front and continued a year later with The ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Days Of Burning, Days Of Wrath Author Tom Kratman

 

With Days Of Burning, Days Of Wrath (hardcover, Kindle) former military man turned military sci-fi author Tom Kratman is presenting the eighth and latest installment in his Carrera series. In the following email interview, he provides ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The House Of Styx Author Derek Kunsken

 

When Derek Kunsken released The Quantum Magician in 2018, his plan for The Quantum Evolution series was that it would be a trilogy with a prequel novel. But as he reveals in the following email interview about that prequel ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Hellfire Author John Gilstrap

 

With a hero who’s a freelance hostage rescue specialist, written by someone who worked for an explosives and rocket motor manufacturer, John Gilstrap’s Jonathan Grave novels should always be described by some guy with a distinct deep voice ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Demon In White Author Christopher Ruocchio

 

In Empire Of Silence and Howling Dark, the first two books of The Sun Eater series, writer Christopher Ruocchio presented a sci-fi space opera story that was like if Frank Herbert had returned the favor and written a ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Chimera Code Author Wayne Santos

 

With a mix of fantasy and cyberpunk sci-fi, you’d expect Wayne Santos’ The Chimera Code (which is out now for Kindle, and will be released in paperback on November 10th) to be influenced by games and anime. But ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: ReV Author Madeline Ashby

 

The idea of using robots to tell a story about slavery is hardly new. But in Madeline Ashby’s Machine Dynasty novels, she does something we don’t see as often: she tells the robot slave tale from the perspective of ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Ashes Of The Sun Author Django Wexler

 

Usually when a writer cites Star Wars as a major influence, it’s because their novel is of the space opera or space fantasy genre. Or has chatty robots. But in the following email interview about Ashes of The Sun ...CONTINUE

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