Book Review: “Martyr”, by Anela Deen

I haven't read an entire book in two days since devouring Neil Gaiman's American Gods (along with several gallons of lemon tea) during a bout of bronchitis last year. This time story, not sickness, kept me glued to my Kindle while my coffee went cold at my elbow. Can you blame me? I’d been eagerly … Continue reading Book Review: “Martyr”, by Anela Deen

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Release Date and ARCs for SYZYGY Pt I

I love NASA's (presumably) faux recruitment posters for colonizing Mars! They reminded me of a scene in Syzygy Part I: Ash battled claustrophobia all the way to the Educational Centre, where screens hid the grey walls beneath bright animated posters about astronomy, genetics, and habitat safety. Ash watched an cartoon rocket hop across three globes: blue, … Continue reading Release Date and ARCs for SYZYGY Pt I

“Guess what?!”: Another Award for Blue Karma

Remember a few weeks ago I posted about  Blue Karma's appearance in Library Journal's curated SELF-e collections? Well,  Library Journal just announced the winners of the inaugural Self-Published Ebook Awards. The competition "recognizes authors who submit the best ebooks in their respective genres" (fantasy, science fiction, romance, and mystery). I received a Tweet about it while making dinner and … Continue reading “Guess what?!”: Another Award for Blue Karma

Reader Reactions: Book Bloggers discuss Blue Karma, Pt 3

The following is the final installment of a collaborative guest post from book bloggers Emma (emdoesbookreviews) and Mallory (The Leaning Tower of Tomes), discussing their impressions of my novel, Blue Karma. Part 3 focuses on the story's plot. And don't worry, it's author-certified spoiler free! *     *     * MALLORY: Plot-wise, what did you think? Did you see the political development coming or were … Continue reading Reader Reactions: Book Bloggers discuss Blue Karma, Pt 3