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Guest Post: The Night Shade Book Saga, or Dude, where’s my book? by Michael J. Martinez

I’m proud to present this guest post by author Michael J. Martinez, whose debut novel The Daedalus Incident was published recently in paperback format. (You can read my review here.) In this revealing post, Michael J. Martinez discusses his experience … Continue reading

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Giveaway winner! (The Daedalus Incident giveaway)

The winner of last week’s giveaway is… Brittany M. of Alpharetta, GA Congratulations, Brittany! Your copy of The Daedalus Incident by Michael J. Martinez (my review) should reach you soon. And… for those of you who didn’t win this time: … Continue reading

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The Daedalus Incident by Michael J. Martinez (includes giveaway!)

Before I get to the actual review, a brief side-note: the story of this book’s publication is interesting in itself. The Daedalus Incident was originally scheduled to be released a while back, but then the whole Night Shade Books situation happened, putting … Continue reading

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Free Reading! God’s War and Infidel by Kameron Hurley

I’ve made it no secret over the last few years that I’m a big fan of Night Shade Books. I particularly admire their amazing knack of finding strong, unique debut authors. (Here are some of my recent reviews of their … Continue reading

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How to Make Friends with Demons by Graham Joyce

Next week sees the US release of Some Kind of Fairy Tale, the new novel by one of my favorite authors, Graham Joyce. I just received my copy, so the review will be coming in a bit later. Meanwhile, as … Continue reading

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Scourge of the Betrayer by Jeff Salyards

Arkamondos has been making a decent living as a scribe. He writes letters, keeps ledgers for merchants, and generally takes any scribing work that pays the bills, even though most of it is utterly boring. When he has the option … Continue reading

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The Straits of Galahesh by Bradley Beaulieu

My path to Bradley Beaulieu’s writings was probably different from most people’s: I discovered him only recently through Strata, the excellent science fiction novella he co-wrote and self-published with Stephen Gaskell (reviewed here). I enjoyed Strata so much that I … Continue reading

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The Winds of Khalakovo by Bradley Beaulieu

Prince Nikandr of Khalakovo is betrothed to Princess Atiana of Vostromo. Atiana is beautiful, and the match will be beneficial for both houses, but Nikandr is less than happy because he lives with two damning secrets. For one, his true … Continue reading

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Reading Journal: February 10th, 2012

In my weekly Reading Journal, I’ll provide a brief update on what I’ve been reading and what’s on the horizon. In the interest of full disclosure, I will also list which books (if any!) I’ve received from publishers for review.

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Hitchers by Will McIntosh

Will McIntosh’s debut Soft Apocalypse, which I reviewed here, was a brilliant novel about normal people trying to survive while society gradually collapses around them. It was easily one of my favorite novels of 2011. His catalog of strong short … Continue reading

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