Review: Kurt Vonnegut: Letters by Kurt Vonnegut (edited and with an introduction by Dan Wakefield)

Kurt Vonnegut: Letters Kurt Vonnegut (edited and with an introduction by Dan Wakefield) Random House Publishing Group       Delacorte Press Pub Date                Oct 30 2012 Description This extraordinary collection of personal correspondence has all the hallmarks of Kurt Vonnegut’s fiction. Written over a sixty-year period, these letters, the vast majority of them never before published, … Continue reading Review: Kurt Vonnegut: Letters by Kurt Vonnegut (edited and with an introduction by Dan Wakefield)

Saturday Series Author Interview – Tony Shillitoe, Australian Fantasy Writer

Tony Shillitoe burst onto the Australian fantasy scene with the Andrakis Trilogy beginning in 1992.  As the story, he was convinced by a friend to send a sample to a publisher even though he had only about 10 chapters written.  He didn't hold much hope for it being seen, as he says that only about … Continue reading Saturday Series Author Interview – Tony Shillitoe, Australian Fantasy Writer

Author Interview – Charity Parkerson, American Erotica Writer

Charity Parkerson scares me with her brand and style of writing.  The things she writes, well, it curls my toes.  From the sounds of it, it curls her toes as well.  Wow, this stuff is hot.  This interview has been sitting with me for a while now, but Charity has not nagged me at all … Continue reading Author Interview – Charity Parkerson, American Erotica Writer

Author Interview Special Edition – Trent Zelazny, American Writer

I have only met Trent recently through a mutual friend of Martin Reaves.  Martin has done an interview with me and mentioned Trent Zelazny.  So I did a little investigating and found this Trent Zelazny, only to be amazed by what I found. Trent is son of Roger Zelazny.  For me this was a bit … Continue reading Author Interview Special Edition – Trent Zelazny, American Writer

Wednesday Wordsmith Author Interview – K. W. Jeter, American Science Fiction Writer

What can be said about K. W. Jeter.  He blew me away in the 80's and through the 90's with some of the best science fiction/cyperpunk/steampuck that I have read.  I waited for each new Jeter book, and was rewarded with a book I knew I would enjoy.  He wrote sequels to Blade Runner, which were … Continue reading Wednesday Wordsmith Author Interview – K. W. Jeter, American Science Fiction Writer

Review: TekWar by William Shatner

TekWar William Shatner Open Road       Open Road Pub Date                Nov 13 2012 Description In this national bestseller, a private detective in twenty-second-century Los Angeles fights to destroy the synthetic high that nearly ruined him. Not satisfied with the thrills of being one of Greater Los Angeles’ toughest cops, Jake Cardigan turns to Tek, a … Continue reading Review: TekWar by William Shatner

Review: Dead on Ice by Lauren Carr

Dead on Ice A Lovers in Crime Mystery Lauren Carr Acorn Book Services       Acorn Book Services Pub Date                Sep 1 2012 More Title Details ISBN9780985726737 Price13.99 CurrencyUSD EditionPaperback Description               Dead on Ice is the first installment of Lauren Carr's new series (Lovers in Crime). It features Hancock County Prosecuting Attorney Joshua Thornton and … Continue reading Review: Dead on Ice by Lauren Carr

Review: More Tea, Jesus? by James Lark

More Tea, Jesus? James Lark HarperCollins UK       authonomy Pub Date                Aug 27 2012 ISBN             9780007476244 Description The second coming is nigh . . . it just happens to be coming at rather an inconvenient time. It’s been an eventful month for the village of Little Collyweston: Reverend Andy  Biddle, still trying to regain his … Continue reading Review: More Tea, Jesus? by James Lark

Review: John Brunner by Jad Smith

John Brunner Jad Smith University of Illinois Press       University of Illinois Press Pub Date                Jan 30 2013 ISBN         9780252078811 Description: Under his own name and numerous pseudonyms, John Brunner (1934–1995) was one of the most prolific and influential science fiction authors of the late twentieth century. During his exemplary career, the British author wrote … Continue reading Review: John Brunner by Jad Smith