Category Book Review

Talking about “Liar’s Game” with author Kait Gamble

I recently read Liar’s Game by Kait Gamble, published by Carina Press. It’s a novella about a rag-tag crew of former prison inmates who are presumed dead and want it to remain that way. But, as a result, they’re stuck living in space, scrounging to survive. A bit like Firefly. They find a stowaway on […]

Love and the Apocalypse: Review of White Horse by Alex Adams

Perhaps it was growing up immersed in a religion that was not-so-patiently awaiting Armageddon? Maybe it was being a child in the Cold War, when school children were told that hiding under one’s desk would protect you from a nuclear blast? Perhaps I’m just a morbid so-and-so? Whatever the reason, I’ve long been fascinated with […]

Marketing, Or the More Things Change, The More they Stay the Same

There was a time when selling a book meant huge investments in advertising by the publisher and for the author a long period of appearances on a tour to as many bookstores as would take them. Now, with the growth of the internet, advertising dollars are quickly and thinly spread. It is up to the […]

Celebrating the Confederacy Treaty Series

All week I’ve been celebrating my series! I am on tour promoting Alien Revealed, the first book in my erotic sci-fi romance series, The Confederacy Treaty. I loved Alien Revealed and if you would like to learn about it, or about me, and have a chance or two to win a copy, check out some […]

War Games by K.S. Augustin

What can you do when you start falling in love with the woman you’re meant to kill? Laisen Carros is an agent of the Fusion sent undercover to infiltrate the Perlim Empire. However the years she’s spent impersonating military commander Cheloi Sie are starting to wear her down. She’s sick of the manipulation and duplicity […]

SF Book Review: Ender’s Game

I read Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game for the first time last night. I’d caught snippets of controversy over the years, heard bits and pieces about the plot, and I even recall one of my favourite film directors, Wolfgang Petersen, was attached to make it as a Hollywood blockbuster at one point (um, good luck […]