Inge Saunders: Choices To Collaborations

It’s great to chat to Inge Saunders once more. She’s been very busy exploring different writing universes within romance writing. In fact, she’s gone back to her first love, much like myself – the paranormal. But unlike me, she’s been … Continue reading Inge Saunders: Choices To Collaborations

S Shane Thomas Talks Paleolithic Fables, LARC, and Other Universes

I first stumbled across S.Shane Thomas’ work in our crit group. I was taken by his microbiological approach to space travel and colonizing in his short story Chasing Stars, which is now a part of his short story collection LARC Transmissions. … Continue reading S Shane Thomas Talks Paleolithic Fables, LARC, and Other Universes

Readers Speak: Science Fiction and Fantasy

I’m also grateful to have gotten responses from three continents and a variety of age-groups. This small sampling of readers still point to trends I find worrying, underscore where and why I should cringe as a writer/publisher and generally provided me with much illumination as both reader and writer. Continue reading Readers Speak: Science Fiction and Fantasy

Interview with Alan Dean Foster: Writer, Educator, Adventurer

As much as I love holding a “real” book, there’s no question that eBooks have made books more accessible to people. I do think it’s important that buyers own the eBooks they buy, instead of eBook publishers having the option to delete them. Continue reading Interview with Alan Dean Foster: Writer, Educator, Adventurer

I Had To Ask: Christoph Weber – Author

I like to try new things, and that’s part of what I love about writing. If I want to know what it’s like to be a pilot, I talk to a pilot and write a story. A doctor? Same thing. A photosynthetic psychopath with wings? Well, it was hard to find one for an interview, but I wrote that story, too. Continue reading I Had To Ask: Christoph Weber – Author