Starter Zone Audio Book Sneak Peek

Starter Zone Audio Book Sneak Peek

Starter Zone, the first book in my new series, The Revelation Chronicles, launches on September 25th in ebook format. It will also be available in print and, a few weeks later, in audio book format through Audible. Right now the book is in production with my awesome...
Dominique Eastwick’s Her Billionaire Lion

Dominique Eastwick’s Her Billionaire Lion

NEW RELEASE for DOMINIQUE EASTWICK And a fabulous new book it is. This Zodiac Shifters Paranormal Romance is definitely another best seller for Dominique Eastwick. Here, see for yourself. When Kalista’s father suffers a stroke just hours before making an important...
Pale Highway by Nicholas Conley

Pale Highway by Nicholas Conley

Pale Highway, by Nicholas Conley, is a science fiction novel with touches of mystery, horror, and fantasy. The main character, Gabriel Schist, is a Nobel Prize winning scientist who in his youth invented the cure for AIDS. Now in his seventies, he has Alzheimer’s disease and is living in a nursing home. When one of his nursing home friends catches a virus that leaves the patient in a horrific living-death state, Gabriel realizes that he is the only one who can cure it: But he is in a race against the quickly spreading virus and his own deteriorating mind. Although the main plot focuses on a worldwide plague that threatens humanity, this is not a disaster-centered narrative. This is a story of human survival, of morality, of loyalty, of family, of sacrifice–of doing anything necessary to help those you love.

Review: Redshirts & Metafiction

Review: Redshirts & Metafiction

Redshirts: A Novel with Three Codas, by John Scalzi*, focuses on new crew members aboard the Universal Union flagship Intrepid who begin to notice alarming patterns that determine how long they will survive. The story follows Ensign Andrew Dahl, newly assigned junior...
The Last Witch Hunter is Good Speculative Fiction Fun

The Last Witch Hunter is Good Speculative Fiction Fun

Why do professional film critics have a tendency to attack fans of genre films in their reviews? Whether it is steampunk, SciFi, or horror, snide comments from reviewers flow freely towards the movies, and toward people who enjoy them. Why should fans of any genre feel guilty for enjoying a movie?