Posts Tagged "science fiction"

Podcast Review #103: The Starter

Title: The Starter Author: Scott Sigler Genre: Science Fiction Released: 28 March 2010 – 16 October 2011 Located: iTunes, Podiobooks, Author’s Site Formats Available: dead tree, podcast, ebook This book, The Starter, written by author Scott Sigler is the sequel to the Science Fiction/Football novel The Rookie. If you haven’t heard/read The Rookie, I strongly […]

Book Review #5: The Venom of Vipers by K.C. May

Title: Venom of Vipers Author: K.C. May Publisher: Flying Island Press Available: paperback (Amazon) ebook (Amazon, Smashwords) Recently I started following K.C. May on Twitter (@GASciFiAuthor) after I ran across her name in a conversation with Nathan Lowell. I love a good Science Fiction story, and she had several out, so I went aheaded and downloaded […]

Book Review #4: Ginnie Dare: Crimson Sands by Scott Roche

Title: Ginnie Dare: Crimson Sands Author: Scott Roche Publisher: Flying Island Press Available: ebook (Amazon, Smashwords, others) paperback (Barnes and Noble, Amazon) I’ve known Scott Roche for quite a while now. I’ve reviewed his first novel, Archangel, as a podcast novel here on the blog. When he completed this story a while back, he asked […]

Podcast Review #100: Valhai

Title: Valhai Author: Gillian Andrews Genre: Science Fiction Released: 20 October 2011 – 30 October 2011 Located:Podibooks, iTunes Formats Available: Podcast Rating: PG: Some Violence In preparation for the Parsecs, I began listening to of the nominees that I hadn’t heard yet. Ms. Andrew’s Valhai is one of those stories. So, on to the review. […]

Book Review #2: The Metalmark Contract

Title: The Metalmark Contract Author: David Batchelor Publisher: Black Rose Writing Available: paperback and ebook Mr. Batchelor contacted me during the early summer months and asked me if I’d be interested in reviewing his book, The Metalmark Contract. At the time, I hadn’t really entertained opening up this blog to book reviews, though I had […]

Podcast Review #98: Marco and the Red Granny

  Title: Marco and the Red Granny Author: Mur Lafferty Genre: Science Fiction Released: 8 Feb 2011 – 25 Feb 2011 Located:Podibooks, iTunes Formats Available: Podcast, eb00k Rating:; PG13: Violence I’ve listened to a lot of podiobooks. A lot of them. Ms. Lafferty is one of the biggest names in podcast fiction. She’s earned that place by right of her efforts […]

Book Review #1: Free Will and other Compulsions

Title: Free Will and Other Compulsions Author: J. Daniel Sawyer Publisher: Artistic Whispers Release Date: September (ebook) and October (paper) Dan Sawyer is one of my favorite podcast authors. I’ve enjoyed everything he’s written and produced. So, when he provided me with the opportunity of an Advanced Reader Copy of Free Will and other Compulsions […]

Podcast Review 96: Edict Zero (Season 1)

Title: Edict Zero Author: Jack Kincaid Genre: Science Fiction Released: 9 September 2010 – 19 May 2011 Located: iTunes, Author’s Site Formats Available: podcast only at this time Rating: R for violence and language. Way back in the early days of these reviews, around episode 28, I reviewed a horror novel by Jack Kincaid entitled Hoad’s Grim. It was a mixed bag […]

Podcast Review #90: Last Man Home

Title: Last Man Home Author: John Mierau Genre: Science Fiction Released: 1 July 2009 – 22 July 2009 – podiobooks, 28 June 2011 – 11 July 2011 – iTunes Located: Author’s Site, iTunes, Podiobooks Formats Available: Podcast and ebook Rating: PG 13 for Violence Not long ago, Review 85 to be exact, I reviewed John Mierau’s Enemy Lines. […]

Podcast Review 80: Maiden Flight of the Avenger

Title: Maiden Flight of the Avenger Author: Alex White Genre: Alternate Reality/Fantasy Released: 19 December 2010 – 3 May 2011 Located: Author’s Site, iTunes Formats Available: podcast and epub Rating: PG for Violence The story of how Alex White and I first became acquainted and how he became the very first person to ask me […]

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