Exclusive Interview: Last One At The Party Author Bethany Clift

 

Given how publishing works, we are only now beginning to see novels that were influenced (but not inspired) by the COVID-19 pandemic. But while Bethany Clift’s new sci-fi novel Last One At The Party (hardcover, Kindle) ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Ten Low Author Stark Holborn

 

We’ve all been there: You commit some war crimes as a medic, and now you’re just trying to get by while living on a desert moon at the ass end of space. But while Stark Holborn’s new sci-fi space ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Adrift Author W. Michael Gear

 

With the release of Adrift (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook), writer W. Michael Gear is continuing the Donovan series of sci-fi adventure stories he began in 2018 with Outpost. In the following email interview, Gear not ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Dragons Author Ty Drago

 

While there’s some debate to their size, and to whether they’re cute or scary when they’re babies, everyone agrees that dragons are lizards. Everyone, it seems, except writer Ty Drago, who apparently thinks his name entitles him to rewrite ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Frontier Author Patrick Chiles

 

For Frontier (paperback, Kindle), the fourth book in his loosely connected sci-fi series, writer Patrick Chiles is giving us the hero we all need: a bored guy who wishes his job was more exciting…until it is. ...CONTINUE

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Earth Defense Force: World Brothers review

 

The entertainment industry is just that: an industry. And the objective of any industry is to make money. Which is why entertainment people sometimes make cutesy versions of adult or all-ages things in hopes of expanding their (paying) audience ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Apocalypse Seven Author Gene Doucette

 

Having humans be the real monsters is so common in post-apocalyptic stories that it’s moved past being a trope and is now a cliché. Which is why Gene Doucette avoided it like the plague when writing his “cozy apocalypse” ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Anna Author Sammy H.K. Smith

 

They say you shouldn’t take your work home with you. And for homicide detective Sammy H.K. Smith, this would’ve been good advice…had it not led to her writing the dystopian thriller Anna (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook). ...CONTINUE

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