Being someone who’s constantly looking at the dark cloud that happens to be near every silver lining, I’m constantly down on myself. I think it’s one of the reasons that I’m having so much trouble getting my own fiction written, why I feel stymied and stumped with other creative projects, why things generally seem more than a …Read the Rest
A Few Good Men I was a fan of Darkship Thieves when it came out, and when I was (fortunately) stranded in a local bookstore (Book People in Austin is great), I saw that the second book in the series – Darkship Renegades was out. I was understandably excited. If you’re a fan of Heinlein’s …Read the Rest
As part of a random conversation with another adult not part of my immediate family (I live a sheltered life), today I did two things that some might think do not reflect well on my maturity level. 1. I admitted that I watch Cartoon Network. Like, cons…
I have a reputation for being remarkably forgiving of my genre content. I really liked Returner – a Japanese sci-fi flick so laden with genre cliches, it was every other sci-fi movie for the ten years that preceded it, including elements from The Matrix, Transformers, Independence Day, and even Timestoppers. So, you’d think I’d be […]
This week we talk with special guests Robin Sullivan and Mike Plested, about publishing, the big the small and the Independent. We get a really good view point from both the publishers point of view as well as an authors point of view. Audio for Galley Table 67 Amazon.com Widgets On the cast this week: […]
Audio for Galley Table 66 This episode Tee Morris joins as we talk about what makes a Genre Mashup. Can it help you? Will it hurt you? Or is all just about the story? The Cast for this episode was: Tee Morris Doc Coleman Laura Nicole JP Losier Zach Ricks Scott Roche Jeff A. Hite […]
Audio version of PSYT here. PSYT: Disconnection, by Laura Nicole Remember that one time in Star Trek, when that character was just getting ready to unwind and rest and then all of a sudden the comm goes off? It’s happened in so many different shows and in all of the series’ so you have to […]
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The other day, someone pointed out a blog post written by Sarah Hoyt on the IPG / Amazon conflict, and as I started reading I immediately thought to myself: “Who IS this?” And I immediately started looking for her books. Darkship Thieves is exactly what the blurb says – Heinlein-esque pulpy goodness. The story involves […]