Chris Pavesic lives in the Midwestern United States and loves Kona coffee, fairy tales, and all types of speculative fiction. Between writing projects, Chris can most often be found reading, gaming, gardening, working on an endless list of DIY household projects, or hanging out with friends.

Email For Business Inquiries: You can contact Chris at chrispavesic[at]gmail[dot]com

Mail: P.O. Box 521, Roscoe, IL  61073

Email for Book Reviews: pavesicbookreviews[at]gmail[dot]com

I am not accepting books for review at this time.

©2013 Chris Pavesic

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  1. I got a free audiobook of your starter Zone book and have just finished my review for audible.com but I wanted to write you to let you know that I’ve seen something amazing in this book an amazing potential for an author to become as great as Terry Pratchett Anne McCaffrey Molly Harper or Frank Herbert I would implore you to study these authors not just to read what they written but to treat it as a bath and slip into what has been written. The reason why I suggested these authors it’s because I see in the starter Zone an author who could do socially and politically relevant writings as you’ve shown when talking about Water Crisis. I chose Terry Pratchett because this Discworld series it’s an example a a Politico social and environmental satire that would only improve you’re already amazing writing I chose Molly Harper and Emma Catherine because your writing shows the potential to know when to add humor and when not to I chose Frank Herbert because of his Dune series you show that you have the potential to to bring awareness of today’s ecology problems just as Frank Herbert did in his day. And while you’re perfect it’s a great place for people just wanting to learn about the this genre ultimately it may be too confining for you as a writer hopefully you after you finish this series you can explore some of these authors books and show your true Talent as a writer

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  2. Thanks Chris for the re-blog of my airship photo. The piece is stunning in its detail and imagination and is currently displayed at the Kemerer Museum in its Steampunk Exhibit. I especially like the use of the copper against the brass and steel materials.

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  3. Chris, your recent follow of Learning from Dogs means so much! Thank you, dear Sir. Even better would be to see some comments from you! Or, dare I say it, a guest post! 🙂


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