Monthly Archives: July 2020

“Nobody likes a snotty know-it-all until they get shoved face-first into a puddle.” – Interview of Author Nick Mamatas

“The key to effective satire is having the clever character who sees what a sham society/the universe/whatever is get shit on by the society/universe/whatever. Nobody likes a snotty know-it-all until they get shoved face-first into a puddle.”

Review: The Millennial Manifesto By Michael R. Fletcher

“The premise is simple. You have two groups and two wildly different perspectives. Julia, Chen, Aarush, and Inanna are friends with a singular purpose — they want to change the world. They want to fix the crushing reality of being a millennial and living in a generation whose lives will be worse than those preceding it, and they will do anything to accomplish this task.”

Cover Reveal for Azaaa Davis’s Jilted

Are You Ready! I am pleased to announce the cover for Azaaa Davis’s New Book Jilted – Never Marry A Shifter Book 1 What is it about? Administrative assistant by day and boss lady on social media by night, Theresa enjoys sharing her charmed life with half-million followers. The only thing she loves more is being engaged to the hottest …

There Have Always been Fantasy Novels For Adults – Article by Author Ryan Howse

“Gene Wolfe’s Book of the New Sun came out in the 1980s, and is a perpetual puzzle people still try to solve. Samuel R. Delany’s Dhalgren dealt with the intersection of race and sexuality in an anarchic city. Gormenghast is a thoughtful book premised around the manipulation of ritual. Evangeline Walton’s retelling of the Mabinogion  is crisp, insightful, and brings …