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Book Review: A Rose for Armageddon, Hilbert Schenck (1982)

(Don Maitz’s cover for the 1982 edition)

2.75/5 (Vaguely Average)

Hilbert Schenck’s A Rose for Armageddon (1982) postulates that in the near future a complex computer program (“Archmorph”) will be able to predict political and social trends as “conflict was pattern-determined” (26). 795 more words

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Review: The Bone Keeper by Luca Veste

2018: Book 40
Title: The Bone Keeper
Author: Luca Veste
Rating: 5 / 5

“The Bone Keeper’s coming. The Bone Keeper’s real. He doesn’t stop. He doesn’t feel. 491 more words

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Random Friday

I’m sure I already mentioned in this blog that I started writing because of Brunella Gasperini. I read her books in my teens and they are still my favorites. 360 more words


Review: Perfect by Cecelia Ahern

Hi guys! I have news :-) On Wednesday 11th April my beautiful baby boy finally arrived! He’s officially eight weeks old today. I can’t believe I’m the mum of a two month old baby… While I bury my head in the sand and try to ignore the fact I’m now frighteningly grown up and completely responsible for another human life, here’s a little book review for your reading pleasure. 760 more words


Book Release!

Hey everybody! I have some very exciting news! The new inspirational article and poetry book, Inspiration Unbound, written by myself and Gary Ginsburg is now available for purchase on Amazon.com! 55 more words

Adventures in Science Fiction Art: A Nostalgic Piece of Space Art + Rumination

(Don Dixon’s cover art for the 1st edition of The Crucible of Time (1983), John Brunner)

This post is about a Don Dixon SF space art cover that gives me nostalgic chills. 433 more words

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KDP Print vs. CreateSpace (Comparing the Little Details)


I have published dozens of paperbacks with CreateSpace over the years, and have recently published some books (under pen names) with KDP’s new print-on-demand option. 2,078 more words

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