Category Archives: Guest post

Guest post by Jason Sizemore: What’s it like to be a publisher, editor, and writer?

For this week’s guest post, I’m pleased to welcome Jason Sizemore, who is (as the title of this post probably indicates) a man of many talents: Jason Sizemore is a writer and editor who lives in Lexington, KY. He owns … Continue reading

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Guest post by Jaime Lee Moyer: The Great War (includes giveaway!)

For this week’s guest post, I’m very happy to welcome Jaime Lee Moyer, author of Delia’s Shadow (now out in paperback!) and A Barricade in Hell (due out on June 3rd). Jaime Lee Moyer lives in San Antonio, land of cactus, cowboys, … Continue reading

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Guest post by L.E. Modesitt Jr.: The Challenges and Benefits of a Long Series

For today’s guest post, I’m very proud and happy to welcome L.E. Modesitt Jr., the author of over 60 (!) fantasy and science fiction novels, including his bestselling Saga of Recluce. I’ve been a life-long fan of Mr. Modesitt – … Continue reading

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Guest post by Marie Brennan: The Dreaded Label “Mary Sue”

For today’s guest post, I’m very proud to welcome Marie Brennan, whose two most recent novels A Natural History of Dragons and The Tropic of Serpents I reviewed here and here. Marie Brennan is a former academic with a background … Continue reading

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Guest post by Peter Higgins: Impossible Genres: Are There Books That Can’t Be Written?

Peter Higgins’ debut novel Wolfhound Century was easily one of my favorite books of 2013. With its luminous prose and original world-building, the novel took me utterly by surprise. Today, just about a year later, Orbit and Peter Higgins deliver … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Miles Cameron: Writing women when you are a man… Or what makes a Queen

When Miles Cameron’s first fantasy novel The Red Knight came out last year, I didn’t exactly make it a secret that I loved the book. Back then, I asked the author (who has, since then, confirmed that he is prolific … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Ann Leckie: Skiing Downhill, or Agency in C.J. Cherryh’s Foreigner

My recent review of Foreigner by C.J. Cherryh led to a seriously in-depth discussion with author Ann Leckie about the agency or lack thereof in the novel’s main character Bren. We started off in the review’s comments section and then … Continue reading

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