Jason J. McCuiston: The Man, the Myth, the Legend

Jason McCuiston writes stories that will keep you up until tomorrow you will hate today you. But that’s too bad. You need to finish the story. His initials are also pretty nifty. I’ve gotten to know him a little bit, and he’s a pretty cool guy. We’re into some of the same stuff — writing,Continue reading “Jason J. McCuiston: The Man, the Myth, the Legend”

A Celebration of Storytelling

Dance with a story. Crash-land on a desolate planet with a madman. Beware people at country fairs asking for your story. Investigate the murder of a story. This is the gathering. This is the celebration of stories. Today is the first day you can preorder the ebook of A Celebration of Storytelling, an anthology ofContinue reading “A Celebration of Storytelling”

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

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”