Monthly Archives: December 2014

Tangles and Thorns by P.T. Hylton (Awesome Indie Alert)

Assassin Zane Halloway has been hired to kill Irving Farns, a reclusive genius whose innovations brought about a golden age of magic. Zane and his apprentice will need to infiltrate the mysterious Abditus Society and find a way to assassinate … Continue reading

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Deborah Lincoln, David Lawlor, Beth Camp #AwesomeIndieAuthors of #HistoricalFiction

“I’m fascinated by the way events–wars and cataclysms and upheavals, of course, but the everyday changes that wash over everyday lives–bring a poignancy to a person’s efforts to survive and prosper. I hate the idea that brave and intelligent people have … Continue reading

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Science Fiction: 19th & 20th C Phenomenon or ancient history?

See more by clicking on this link:  Is Science Fiction A Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Phenomena? 45,000 years ago, astronauts from another planet came to Earth and established Eridu, “Home in the Faraway” — according to the Book of Enki, … Continue reading

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Best 2-star review I’ve seen yet!

More  book reviewers should be as honest, thoughtful, articulate and yet gentle as this one! She explains why the novel gets two out of five stars, yet doesn’t discourage readers from trying the book, nor does she show off how smart … Continue reading

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Number Nine, New World Order, Peace, Asoka & Fulgurology

“Among the tens of thousands of names of monarchs that crowd the columns of history, the name of Asoka shines almost alone, like a star.” –H.G. Wells, in his abridged version of his Outline Of World History     The world’s … Continue reading

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Peter Cawdron, guest author at Elena Giorgi’s blog

Elena asks Peter: If you were to travel on a spaceship, what’s the first place you’d go see? Peter: Earth. Seriously, we have such an astonishing planet with an incredible array of diversity, from the Himalayas to the Sahara, from the … Continue reading

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Take Your Writing Seriously (less social media!) by Jack Woodville London

..composing prose, whether fiction or non-fiction, is a creative and proactive process … Facebook, e-mail, and similar intrusions on your writing life tend to be reactive replies to the postings of others and the quick sharing of your own news … Continue reading

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Tacky Nativity Scene: Holy Tryannosaurus, Batman! ~Eric Pazdziora

Heretic. I get that a lot. My Fundamentalist sister thinks Catholics are heretics, so I don’t bother telling her I’m more agnostic than Catholic. She doesn’t read my blogs (or my fiction, or my Perihelion Science Fiction reviews), so here … Continue reading

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The Bad Box by Harvey Click

The better the book, the harder it is for me to review.  This one is making me work extra      hard. Buy it here for $2.99 and the adrenalin rush will far outlast the price of a coffee. . {{ Buried alive … Continue reading

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