Steampunk celebrates its 31st birthday on April 27, so join in the festivities with the high-flying adventure, Army of Brass. About Steampunk “Steampunk” began as a literary genre, but has expanded to include fashion, music, art, and live events all over the world. During 2017, in honor of author K.W. Jeter coining the term in … Continue reading Army of Brass Launch Announcement!
This weekend, December 17th and 18th, the Fantasy & Sci-Fi Network is hosting their annual Christmas Sale! All weekend, authors of fantasy and science fiction novels, novellas, and short stories will be having awesome deals. Books will be either discounted or free, and there will also be giveaways and chances to talk with the authors! … Continue reading Fantasy & Sci-Fi Network Christmas Sale
I recently finished reading The Martian by Andy Weir on my brand-new Kindle (side note: I think I've been converted to eBooks...I never thought this would happen...but it's just. so. CONVENIENT!) and long story short, I loved it! I became interested in this book 1) because I like science fiction but especially 2) because it's … Continue reading Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir
Genres like Fantasy and Science Fiction are notorious for having unusual names. Character and place names help set the tone and the setting of a story. The Lord of the Rings would read a little differently if it told a tale about Bob and Rick rather than Frodo and Samwise. So we speculative fiction authors … Continue reading Struggling With Fantasy Names