Review – Dune – Frank Herbert

Wow. What a book. This wasn't my first time reading Dune but, dear God, it is still great. I can't think of many books that operate on the same scale as Frank Herbert's epic. Galactic conflict, formation of religions, prophetic visions, political machinations. All encompassed in a classic heroic coming-of-age story for the protagonist, Paul... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! David Gerald King

David Gerald King grew up in Connecticut and is probably the only person not really complaining about the Polar Vortex. He has always been the weird one in his group, and, at younger ages, paid the social price. As such, he understands, at least somewhat, what it is to be the one in the group... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Chrys Cymri

Priest by day, writer at odd times of the day and night, I live with a small green parrot called Tilly because the upkeep for a dragon is beyond my current budget. Plus I’m responsible for making good any flame damage to church property. I love ‘Doctor Who’, landscape photography, single malt whisky, and my... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Robert W. Oliver II

Robert W. Oliver II is a best-selling fantasy author. His novels include the popular Sign of Alchemy series, a top ten LGBT fantasy / mystery series on Amazon. In addition to his fiction work, he writes IT articles and technical / programming guides. He enjoys philosophy, music, nature, and caring for a menagerie of animals... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Doug Dandridge

Doug Dandridge had been writing full time for the last seven years, selling over a quarter of a million books on Amazon. He has thirty-four novels on Amazon, including the bestselling Exodus: Empires at War, and his first traditionally published series is coming out in June, 2019. Doug has also had short stories published in... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Ben Cass

From a young age, I was in love with the premises of fantasy novels and comic books: amazing creatures, fantastic heroes, and magical powers that existed right beneath our noses.  I created detailed storylines to act out with my toys, often updating the stories until I was satisfied with the plots. My love of writing... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! David R. Beshears

David's work has been praised by literary professors and by PhDs in science, by fans and by book reviewers around the world. His miniseries screenplay adaptation of his popular novel "The Shylmahn Migration" won the Pacific Northwest Screenwriting Competition in 2007. David lives in Washington State with his wife Sylvia. When not writing, he can... Continue Reading →

A Heavenly Price – Mike Murphy

John Lewis did not understand why he had been chosen to make this decision. It would affect everyone on Earth! He didn’t want to make it. He wasn’t a Washington politician or a member of one of those think tanks. He was an farmer who, with his wife and two sons pitching in, was just... Continue Reading →

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