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Tag Archives: Bradley Beaulieu
As some of you may already know, author Bradley Beaulieu recently announced that he and Night Shade Books have parted ways. Beaulieu will be self-publishing The Flames of Shadam Koreh, the third book in his Lays of Anuskaya series, as well as … Continue reading
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
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
Here are the winners of last week’s Strata giveaway: Wade2121 (MOBI) Two Dudes in an Attic (PDF) Shadow Ryan (MOBI) Jack Kligman (EPUB) Congratulations! Each of you will get one shiny e-copy of the awesome novella Strata by Bradley Beaulieu … Continue reading
In the 22nd century, resource depletion and Earth’s ever-increasing energy demands have led humanity to a brand new frontier: huge platforms circle the Sun and draw energy directly from its surface. In the past, corporations offered enticing contracts that included … Continue reading
Far Beyond Reality: Thank you for taking the time to do this interview! First of all, I enjoyed Strata tremendously. Reading it, I was curious about the origins of the novella. How and when did you come up with the … Continue reading