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Jamie Brindle Tells More
More from the delightful Jamie Brindle!

Edward Lee Interview
Edward Lee, author of over fifty speculative fiction books, declares, “More than any of that, though, meeting fans is always the best part. They’re the only reason I’m not washing dishes in a restaurant!”

Jamie Brindle Advice to Writers
Jamie Brindle - author and physician - gives advice to authors.

JuQuan Williams Author Interview
I e-met Quan Williams through our publisher – Dave Barnett at Necropublications. I read and absolutely loved his book Godmode. He is a dynamic writer and I believe he will become one of your favorite speculative fiction authors.

The World Below Review
A goblin king blackmails a magical human into stealing an enchanted sword from a faerie who has a really great guy as her champion. Add a band of renegade goblins who masquerade as cats, and you have one of the best fantasy novels I’ve read in quite a while.

Glenda C Finkelstein
Award Winning Science Fiction Writer Glenda C. Finkelstein

Discussion of Horsemen Chronicles
Want a terrific Urban Fantasy to discuss at your next book club? Here are the questions for Horseman Chronicles - Host of the Armageddon by Ken Scott Smith.

This Place Has No Atmosphere Book Review
This Place Has No Atmosphere by Paula Danzinger is a sweet Coming of Age Science Fiction which I enjoyed reading.

Streams of Babel YA SF Book Review
I can see why Carol Plum-Ucci is an award-winning author. I highly recommend this YA CyberPunk-style Science Fiction.

Godmode SF Book Review
Quan Williams' Godmode is an incredible science fiction that pits a flawed hero against genetically engineered monsters. Take a deep calming breath before you begin to read, you won’t get another chance to once you open the book.

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