book review, book tour, science fiction, thriller

Book Tour: Crackle and Fire by Russ Colchamiro

Time for another Blackthorn Book tour, this time for Russ Colchamiro’s science fiction detective noir novel, Crackle and Fire. About the book Angela Hardwicke isn’t just any private eye. She’s a PI from Eternity, the cosmic realm responsible for the design, creation, and maintenance of the Universe. When accountant Gil Haberseau hires her to find… Continue reading Book Tour: Crackle and Fire by Russ Colchamiro

book review, science fiction, short story

Conscience by Jonathan Pongratz

Released today, Conscience is a wonderful science fiction short from author Jonathan Pongratz. Set in a future world, Rory Bennels is tasked with uploading the memories of recently deceased anarchist leader, Epher Lore. However, when something goes wrong with the transfer, Rory discovers the corporation he works for isn’t what it seems. I love stories… Continue reading Conscience by Jonathan Pongratz

book review, horror, science fiction, short story

The Chihuahua Centipede by Nicholas Gray

Happy Hatchday to my PA Everyone needs some killer giant centipede science fiction horror in their life. Eight years after a horrific car accident that changed his life, Cade lives a simple existence working at a deep drill oil mine. The day starts out as normal, driving to work with his best friend, Ricardo, but… Continue reading The Chihuahua Centipede by Nicholas Gray

NaNoWriMo, science fiction, writing

Update #2

Anyone else experience missing time last week? I’m not completely sure, but I strongly suspect that I was abducted by aliens. I don’t seem to have written anything of Ebony Flambeau from Wednesday 8th to Sunday 12th. Alien abduction seems to be the only explanation. It’s the one I’m going with anyway. Soooo... I wrote… Continue reading Update #2

NaNoWriMo, science fiction, writing

Update #1

I wrote 6981 words of Ebony Flambeau this week. That’s a little over two chapters. I’ve changed from third person to first person and then back to third person, and I’ve discovered lots of areas that will need research before the second draft, but it’s progressing and I’m happy about that. How did your writing… Continue reading Update #1