Year of Books 2020: The Best

Every year from July 4 to July 3, I set aside anything I read so I can gaze upon the shelf of things I’ve read. And every year I do a little write-up on what I’ve read. Today, I’m presenting pellet reviews of my favorites. I’ve broken down two different top lists. First are theContinue reading “Year of Books 2020: The Best”

A Year of Books 2019 — The Best of the Year

The time has come. Every year about this time, my Bride and I assess.. the BOOKSHELF OF DOOM! Actually, it’s not very doom-y. It’s this bookshelf that sits next to our bed. The goal every year is to fill it with what we read. Finish a book? It goes on the shelf! (Other than myContinue reading “A Year of Books 2019 — The Best of the Year”

Review: Company A

Company A by H. K. Devonshire Devonshire’s already famous on Mars, and with reason. His historical fiction about the Martian rangers provide fast-paced novels that keep the attention in marvelous ways, and I’m glad they’re finally being made in Terran editions. In Company A, Devonshire introduces us to the first Martian rangers, led by GregContinue reading “Review: Company A”

The Martian Author continues his reign of terror and bibliophilia…

Welcome back! I still have H. K. Devonshire tied up — I mean, we’re still chatting over coffee. Also, Martian coffee is something else. You should try it sometime. So, let’s talk about how you create worlds with your words. What’s a typical day look like for you? Probably not all that different than yours,Continue reading “The Martian Author continues his reign of terror and bibliophilia…”

The Martian Author

Come one, come all! I have a chronicle here that will be beyond your wildest dreams! Well, maybe not beyond yours, kid. You look like you have some pretty fierce imaginings. But for MOST people, it will be beyond your wildest dreams! You see, I collect authors. Well, not their bodies. Normally. You have toContinue reading “The Martian Author”