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No Rest for the Wicked

No Rest for the Wicked

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Riftmaker: A Steampunk Portal Fantasy

Riftmaker: A Steampunk Portal Fantasy

Buddy’s favorite thing is curling up for a nap at the foot of Ethan’s bed. Then he stumbles through a portal to a clockwork city plagued by chimeras, and everything changes… Well, not everything. Sure, his new human body comes with magic powers, but he’d still...
Felony Book Fair

Felony Book Fair

The Felony Fiction Book Fair I hope that you have made a dent in your TBR piles and are looking for something new! The Felony Fiction Book Fair is sponsored by NY Times and USA Today best-selling author Patricia Loofbourrow and features mystery, thriller, and suspense...
Steampunk: The First Decade

Steampunk: The First Decade

Article focusing on steampunk during the mid-1980s through 1996, and especially on the literature that serves as the foundation for a genre that has since branched into fashion, music, and more.

Choosing an Audio Book Narrator

Choosing an Audio Book Narrator

What’s an author to do? When I think of voices, of style of speech, I think of characters. Joan Hickson (from the Miss Marple series) sounds completely different than Brian Glover (from the Campion mysteries). Do I want someone who sounds like Benedict Cumberbatch, Sean Bean, or Gary Oldman. (And since Gary Oldman uses a different accent in every movie, which version would that be?)