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If you haven’t yet picked up your copy of The Clockwork Russian and Other Stories, maybe these Amazon reviews will help you with your decision: If there is a common theme, it’s one of the stories leaving you wanting more, … Continue reading
“Stand Up” is that good. I won’t spoil the premise. Roseman is proud of this one, he notes. I think he should be. If this piece isn’t expanded into a full-length book, it at least needs to be optioned by … Continue reading
The fine folks at the Untapped Potential podcast were kind enough to review The Clockwork Russian. Listen here, but the audio is NSFW so do so at an appropriate time.
My new book, The Clockwork Russian and other stories, is now available on Amazon. Space travel, steampunk Seattle, superheroes, and more. Click here to get your copy. Here’s what some other people have said about it: “This is a great … Continue reading
Soundproof Digest #2 collects most of my reviews from April, May, and June, along with my short-story “113 Feet”, in one handy PDF or MOBI document for your reading enjoyment. It also contains several Hugo-nominated short-stories. Download the magazine here. … Continue reading
I don’t think Hit List is a really good book, especially when held up to others in the Anita Blake series. While the writing is definitely better and tighter than the past couple of Anita Blake novels, this one doesn’t … Continue reading