May 2017

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One Page Podcast: Discovery by Karina Fabian

Sisters Ann, Tommie and Rita are part of a classified mission to explore an alien ship that has crash landed on an asteroid three billion miles from earth. Humanity’s first contact with beings from beyond the solar system is bound to unlock the mystery of life in the universe, but the crew have their own
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One Page Podcast: For Steam and Country by Jon Del Arroz

Her father’s been pronounced dead. Destructive earthquakes ravage the countryside. An invading army looms over the horizon. And Zaira’s day is just getting started… Abandoned at an early age, Zaira von Monocle found life as the daughter of a great adventurer to be filled with hard work and difficulty. She quickly learned to rely on
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Review the KISS way

Imagine walking blindfolded into a room. You tell a story and at the end there is silence. Feeling a bit worried? Well, that is what it’s like for authors. We know you have our books. We know some of you have even read them. But, without reviews, it’s like that silent room. Don’t write reviews
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Movie Review: Rogue One and Triple X 3

This week, I figured out how to multitask. This allowed me to watch movies while doing mindless work. I’ve been meaning to get to both of these movies awhile ago, but just hadn’t had the time. First off was Rogue One. It was good, even thought I thought it was told from the wrong POV.
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One Page Podcast: Sword and Flower by Rawle Nyanzi

A Japanese pop star… A Puritan swordsman… A death-defying adventure! Japanese entertainer Chiyo Aragaki — known to her fans as Dimity Red — has caught the attention of a demonic adversary. Her songs are in all the trendiest anime and her concerts draw massive crowds, but days before her first overseas performance, she is ripped
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99c Sale May 18-19

Path of Angels will be on sale May 18-19th in celebration of my son, Andrew’s birthday. He is a huge gun nut and in book two, his weapon designs will make a debut. I’m sure the cool factor plays more into the designs than practicality, but this is fiction, cool is perfectly acceptable. The ebook
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Siouxper Con Recap

[After Day 1] It’s 3:20 am and I just got home from Siouxper Con. Still debating on how I’m going to accomplish sleep, Mass and an hour plus drive back to the Con. Today was fun. Siouxper Con has the most party atmosphere of a con that I’ve been to. Fun was the number one
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Review: The Product by Marina Fontaine

I got hooked on this book when I was reading it for my One Page Podcast. I previously reviewed Chasing Freedom by Marina. Once again she delivers a good story with characters that you’ll care about. As a paralegal by day, I was rooting for the government at first. I’ve seen the terrible things that drug
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DemiCon Recap

On Saturday I was in Des Moines for a short while to present at DemiCon. I arrived about 10 minutes before my panel was supposed to start. The panel in the room before mine was on beer so as you can imagine, it ran a couple minutes long. I apparently forgot to make arrangements to
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