I know that’s probably not the most professional way to start a book review, but, I think it’s more important to be honest than it is to follow protocol. This book is just freaking hilarious. The funny thing is (okay, the book is the funny thing, but you know what I mean) the whole story is woven together by total absurdity, yet it totally works. It’s like slapstick meets equivocation meets, well, as many logical fallacies as can possibly be combined to make the most implausible situation plausible. And yet it this book, this author, carries it off. Continue reading Book Review: Starship Grifters, by Robert Kroese→
The wind blew so hard it hushed the trees to song. The leaves all crowded together, whispering and flashing their silvery-green bottoms like schools of fish swarming in the air.
I was reading a book about a 19th century man who was teaching children how to fly. I had to hold the pages down so the wind wouldn’t turn them as the man told the children they were born knowing how to fly. He told them that they knew how when they were born but that people grow older and they forget. The things that grownups need to know takes up too much space. Continue reading In the Wind: The Magic of Flying in Suburbia→
Book 4 of the Galactic Mage Series is getting close. I finally got the last comments back from my Beta readers, and they are all totally freaking raving about this book. They’ve always been very positive about my books, even though none of them are shy about pointing out which book they think is the best of them … until now. Now I have the lot of them telling me they think this one is the best one yet. I can’t tell you how encouraging that is for me! Continue reading Alien Arrivals: Galactic Mage Book 4 Progress Update→