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Hostiles Cover Revealed – Book 3 of The Galactic Mage Series

Well, here it is. An early look at the cover of Hostiles. I’m stoked!

Galactic Mage Book Three cover reveal - Hostiles

I got the final cover files from Cris Ortega last night, and I am so excited and so pleased with the cover for Hostiles that I can hardly breathe! And while book three of The Galactic Mage series is still somewhere around five weeks away, I decided  Continue reading Hostiles Cover Revealed – Book 3 of The Galactic Mage Series

Book Review: The Tube Riders, by Chris Ward

Rating: Center Centaur

Book Review: The Tube Riders, by Chris Ward

The Tube Riders is a near-future novel set in a fictitious Great Britain that has been cordoned off from the rest of the world by a corrupt government for purposes of achieving the powerful Governor’s secret agenda (which eventually you do get to find out, but I’m not going to tell).

The story revolves around a group of youngsters who have bonded around a hobby, tube riding, which provides them with an adrenaline rush and with a diversion from the plight of their hard lives, but even more important, tube riding gives them an identity: they are the Tube Riders. Tube riding allows them to find a sense of family, and, in their own small way, to fight back against the system that has denied them opportunities to do more than find abstract diversions like, well, tube riding. However, fighting back doesn’t stay “in their own small way” for long. Continue reading Book Review: The Tube Riders, by Chris Ward