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Book Review: The Eclipse of Dawn, Gordon Eklund (1971)

(Diane and Leo Dillon’s cover for the 1971 edition)

3.25/5 (Vaguely Good)

“I hadn’t even voted in the last election.  I knew nothing about it, except Robert Colonby, how he wanted to make America strong again, how he said we ought to exert ourselves” (15).

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UK Meet Book Orders

As some of you might know, I’ll be at UK Meet in September (And I’m only a tiny bit nervous! Okay, that was a lie :) ) Anyway, if you want to get a signed copy of one of my books, please just drop me an email or facebook message to let me know which one by August 10th. 95 more words


Book review - Edge of Eternity

Book review: Ken Follett  –  Edge of Eternity

Ken Follett is a British author who has written over 20 fictional books. I have read all of them. 430 more words

Updates: Recent Science Fiction Acquisitions No. CLIV (Farmer + Shaw + Van Scyoc + Monteleone)

Over the last few months I’ve been reading more of Philip José Farmer’s 50s/60s SF — including the novelization of Night of Light (1966) , his deservedly famous 1968 Hugo-winning novella “Riders of the Purple Wage” (1967) , and the short story collection  552 more words

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Those Nook Users Can't All Be Wrong

By that I mean that since it is Barnes & Noble Nook users that buy my ‘Silent’ books, I figure they (the books – both E and paperbacks) can’t be bad. 1,267 more words


Review: Blue Spider's Attic (book subscription box)

I love subscription boxes. It’s like having a personal shopper and my birthday at the same time! I’ve never tried a book subscription box before, but… 521 more words

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