Check out my first post for the wonderful people at Superversive SF. -Hard Sci-fi Made Me Cry- Tired of the remakes, the reboots, the “let’s see how much more blood we can squeeze out of this turnip” output of today’s Hollywood? I think you’ll find Passengers a refreshing change.
I just finished reading Karen Marie Moning's Darkfever, the first book in her Fever series. Two things precipitated the purchase: recommendation from a friend and part of my continuing education (specifically following Dean Wesley Smith's advice to read for pleasure and then study the pleasurable reads from long-time, best-selling authors). Moning's Darkfever met both those… Continue reading Learning experience: The right way to do first person
I have to admit, the last person I thought I'd see with an essay in Ardeur: 14 Writers on the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Series was L. Jagi Lamplighter. I'd read several of the books in the Anita Blake series after a co-worker got me hooked. I did not stay a devotee of the series. I honestly… Continue reading Seeing the light on romance