Tag Archives: Wordfire Press

For Those Who Don’t Subscribe to Publisher’s Weekly

It turns out that if you get a starred review, PW offers you a nice price on an ad touting the fact. And here is the ad Baen is taking out in the 2/27 issue of PW. I risk being … Continue reading

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Chibis for you! @LTUESymposium #witchyeye

I won’t make Life, the Universe, and Everything (LTUE) this year. I’ll be across the country, at Pensacon in Florida, selling WITCHY EYE for the first time, alongside THE KIDNAP PLOT and my WordFire Press books. But I don’t want … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Mythology 101

Keith is a gregarious, open-minded college student, with a gift for persuasion. He’s so open-minded that he turns in a paper for his Sociology class on what first contact with an extraterrestrial civilization would look like, so open-minded he’s willing … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: The Blood Prize

Colt the Outlander is a bounty hunter, a treasure seeker, and a scoundrel. He’s an antihero, a rough man who just wants wealth, women, and to be left alone. He’s a rock and roll Conan armed with big guns, riding … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Racers of the Night

RACERS OF THE NIGHT is Brad R. Torgersen’s second collection of short science fiction. I loved his first collection, LIGHTS IN THE DEEP, so I was excited to pick this one up at Salt Lake Comic Con this month. Brad leans … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: The Iron Thane

After the fall of Macbeth (yes, that Macbeth), Scotland is left with a young, conniving, and ineffectual king in the form of young Malcolm. Macduff, the Thane of Fife and man born of no woman, finds himself a relic of … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Blood Curse

Blood Curse opens on the same brutal ground as the first book of Jake Lasater’s adventures, Blood Ties — in Jake’s origin story. In Blood Ties we saw him obey his pointless order to sacrifice his life and his men’s … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Pack Dynamics

After getting out of the Army, Ben becomes a private investigator, in which capacity one of his big clients is billionaire pharmaceuticals CEO Alex Jarrett. Ben’s Ranger experience makes him a great PI, tenacious, tough, and clever… but his experience … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Million Dollar Productivity

I needed a quick short in the arm this week, to get me focused on what I should be doing to get to where I want to go. Kevin J. Anderson’s Million Dollar Productivity did the trick. As Anderson says, not … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Dandelion Iron

YA literature has been exploding in recent years, but in all its eccentric fecundity, it’s never seen this before: post-apocalyptic all-girl cattle drive. In 2058, the Juniper—that part of North America that used to be Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, … Continue reading

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