As Earth's shadow passes over the moon in tomorrow's eclipse, the curtain falls on another lunar realm: Right Ascension, the sixth and final installment of my Syzygy series, goes on sale today! It's only 99c on Amazon Kindle and B&N Nook. For readers who've been following the hexalogy, I'm excited to bring you its conclusion. … Continue reading New Books: “Right Ascension” Available Now!
Next week brings the summer solstice, official calendar start to the season. Whether you prefer books by the pool or under the air conditioning, I'm offering a free addition to your summer reading list. Transient Phenomena, the first installment of my Syzygy hexalogy, will be free to download on Amazon Kindle this weekend. Fans of science fiction, … Continue reading Summer Reading: Start the “Syzygy” Series for Free this Weekend
Indie authorship often seems to disdain the niceties of Newtonian physics. Why do I sometimes struggle to write a word during a lazy three-day weekend, but scratch out two pages before a 7AM meeting? How did I complete the draft of Syzygy Part IV more quickly than any of its predecessors, but take three months … Continue reading “Syzygy Pt IV: Escape Velocity” Book Release Date
Did the three norns, spinning our fates at the foot of Yggdrasil, ordain that I finally got around to reading Neil Gaiman's American Gods mere weeks before the television adaptation premiered? It had languished on my to-read list for years, but an unusual confluence of events--remembering the title after spotting another Gaiman novel on sale, … Continue reading Recent Reads: “American Gods”, by Neil Gaiman
From my earliest memory of stories, I’ve loved science fiction; however, I admit I’ve had only a small exposure to non-Western examples of the genre. Liu Cixin's 2015 Hugo winner The Three-Body Problem offered an imagined future with different cultural roots. The result is an intriguing (if imperfectly executed) novel with exquisite historical resonance. The Three-Body Problem weaves … Continue reading Recent Reads: “The Three-Body Problem” by Liu Cixin