Stormhaven Rising by Eric Michael Craig

Stormhaven Rising (Atlas and the Winds #1) by Eric Michael Craig How far will a president go to keep a possible world-ending disaster secret, and how far can a wealthy industrialist go to make sure the truth gets out?Facing a global catastrophe, Colton Taylor, finds himself locked into a collision course with the US Government as he tries to save humanity from destruction.Forcing himself into the arena of international politics, Taylor struggles to maneuver his corporate empire into position to give civilization a fighting chance.Stormhaven Rising sets the foundation for the cataclysmic...

Fragmented by Madeline Dyer

Fragmented (Untamed, #2) by Madeline Dyer Genres: Dystopian, Fantasy, Young Adult After the terrible battle against the Enhanced Ones, Seven and Corin find themselves on the run. With the Enhanced closing in, Seven knows they need to find other people on their side. So, when the opportunity arises to join the Zharat, one of the last surviving Untamed tribes, it seems like the perfect solution. But the Zharat lifestyle is a far cry from what Seven’s used to. With their customs dictating that she must marry into their tribe, and her relationship with Corin breaking down, Seven knows she has to...

First Contact by Dawn Chapman (Review)

The Secret King - First Contact by Dawn Chapman, Jaime Bengzon Genres: Alien Contact, Science Fiction, Space Opera With their journey from planet Letháo fraught with peril, the Aonise finally arrive at what they hope will be a new home. Earth offers a new start for the displaced race, and Kendro, King of the Aonise, desperately seeks a peaceful end to their voyage. However, once they make first contact, not all is as expected. Some humans are not as welcoming to the alien species, and their resettlement onto Earth is faced with resistance from splinter groups determined to drive the Aonise...

Author Interview: Dawn Chapman

by Dawn Chapman Genres: Science Fiction Dawn Chapman has been creating sci-fi and fantasy stories for thirty years. Until 2005 when her life and attention turned to scripts, and she started work on The Secret King, a 13-episode sci-fi TV series, with great passion for this medium. In 2010, Dawn returned to her first love of prose. She’s been working with coach EJ Runyon from 2012 who’s encouraged her away from fast-paced script writing, to revel in the world of TSK and Letháo as an epic prose space journey. Dawn lives in a country village in the UK with her husband, parrot and 30 koi. When...

Dangerous Ways (The Books of Winter #1) by R.R.Virdi

This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the book using that link, I will receive a small commission from the sale.Dangerous Ways Series: The Books of Winter #1 Genres: Paranormal, Supernatural, Urban Fantasy From the Dragon Award-nominated author, R.R. Virdi. Jonathan Hawthorne has lived over a century beholden to one rule: do not meddle in mortal affairs. He's broken it twice. So when he crosses paths with Cassidy Winters, he's forced to interfere again. Strike three. And the third time's not the charm. Hawthorne is swept along as Cassidy slips...

Author Interview: Penelope Wallace

by Penelope Wallace I have lived in St Andrews, Oxford, Aberdeen, and Nottingham, and am old enough to remember black and white TV. I am a pedantic bibliophile, a sometime lawyer (in both England and Scotland), a not-completely-orthodox Christian (and churchwarden), a wishy-washy socialist, a quiet feminist and a compulsive maker of lists. In the distant past, I invented a world where the buildings and manners were medieval, but the sexes equal, and a few years ago Dorac Kingsbrother walked into this world. [divider] 1) When did you first discover your love for writing? I wrote my first book...

Author Interview: Nan Klee

by Nan Klee Nan Klee’s resume as a writer includes eight years as a weekly newspaper columnist, while she worked as a freelance writer, editor, reporter, photographer, and technical writer. She used her Navy flight simulator training and knowledge to become a computer technician while working toward a Master’s degree in Writing and Rhetoric. Nan worked her career as a technical writer, contracting with corporations that design and build combat aircraft and warships for our US military. She spent a few years as a college composition professor while she worked toward her Master’s degree in...

Author Interview: J.B.Rockwell

by J.B. Rockwell Hello there! I’m J.B. Rockwell, archaeologist cum IT geek cum sci-fi and fantasy writer. Also, eater of chocolates and collector of cats. There’s a lot more blah-blah-blah about me and my latest novel, SERENGETI, on my website (www.jenniferbrockwell.com) and you can follow me on Twitter (@Rockwell_JB) if you like pics of dragons, foxes and other beasties interspersed with the occasional writing update and snarky witticism about the vagaries of the universe. Oh, and cats. I post pics of my cats. Lots and lots of pics of my cats… So, without further ado…The Questions!...

Author Interview: Steven M. Caddy

Hi, I’m Steven M. Caddy, or just Steve – only my sister calls me Steven. I live with my wife in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, UK, a beautiful, if rather unknown town in the east midlands, that boasts a busy market square dominated by the spire of the parish church is St Mary Magdalene, views of the river Trent, a castle (where King John I died), and thriving café culture. When I’m not writing stories, or writing computer programmes for a living, I enjoy playing the church organ, square dancing, and broadcasting on hospital radio. I like to write adventure stories that are either science...

Author Interview: Roxanne Bland

by Roxanne Bland 1) When did you first discover your love for writing? Writing was a hidden passion for me. I’ve written stories since I was a child, but I didn’t take it seriously, even after I won a writing contest when I was about ten. I wanted to be a musician. Well, that didn’t work out, but though I still wrote little things to pass the time. Then I fell ill, and was basically bedridden for about a month. I started writing—to pass the time—and discovered I loved it. I haven’t looked back. 2) Do you have a favourite place to write? I write in my office. I have trouble using laptops—the...