Scanning through the Internet for information can bear strange fruit, readers. In this case it brought a new singer to this author’s attention. This artist is Sarah Kroger, a Catholic singer/songwriter in the Christian music scene, and I wish I had discovered her earlier. Her work is excellent. Below are the six songs Ms. Kroger … Continue reading Music for the Soul
No, that is not the title of the latest Franklin* book, readers. The story below is about a new turtle species discovered in April of last year. The one in the photograph has a surprisingly friendly expression on its face, for a creature which swallows its prey in one gulp. Click the link to learn … Continue reading A New Turtle in Town
Courtesy of Richard Paolinelli Planetary Anthology: Saturn* has been released, readers! The last book in the Planetary Anthology Series is available in e-book and paperback format. Now you can purchase all eleven books from Tuscany Bay and have the entire collection on your shelf, digital or physical! Apparently, being a busy beaver of a writer … Continue reading Bulletin: “Where Now Are the Dunedain, Elessar, Elessar?”
Cirsova Magazine is celebrating their 5th Anniversary with a Kickstarter for their Spring Issue. For the first time ever, there will be illustrations to accompany the stories in this and following editions of the magazine. Some are available for preview at the Cirsova website here, while others are offered for viewing at the kickstarter page here. This … Continue reading Bulletin: New Cirsova Kickstarter and More!
Admittedly, I was leery of The Mandalorian when I first heard it being discussed. Though her initial inclination was to avoid it, through circumstance, this author came to be seated in front of the television to watch the series. So far, it has been entertaining. Not perfect, but certainly enjoyable. In today’s film market, that … Continue reading Lone Wolf and Cub in a Galaxy Far, Far Away….
To the best of this writer’s knowledge, the previous Eric John Stark novella reviewed here is the third one in the series. Queen of the Martian Catacombs* is, judging by the writing, the first in the trilogy: MARS IS ON THE VERGE OF WAR! Trouble is brewing on Mars… With civil war about to … Continue reading Review: Queen of the Martian Catacombs by Leigh Brackett
Well, almost complete. Tuscany Bay Books’ landmark anthology series, which they acquired from Superversive Press, has nearly wrapped up production. Planetary Anthology: Neptune*, the tenth book in the series, released this past December. There is now only one volume left to be published – Planetary Anthology: Saturn! (It is available for pre-order as an e-book … Continue reading Bulletin: “The Circle Is Now Complete!”
Cirsova Magazine released their roster for next year’s issues, readers. Yours truly made the cut during this past submission call, and she will once again have a story available for your reading pleasure in Cirsova’s 2021 Summer Issue! If you click this link here, you will find the story’s title and place in the particular … Continue reading Bulletin: Coming Next Summer!
Forgive the Dr. Who* joke, readers, but it was begging to be done. Learn more about this fascinating discovery around Stonehenge through the link below: Archaeologists Find Massive Prehistoric Structure ENCIRCLING Stonehenge Jun 28, 2020 Steve Palace A team in England have reportedly found Britain’s largest ever prehistoric structure encircling Stonehenge. A ring of ancient … Continue reading Bigger on the Outside Than on the Inside?
Today is Cyber Monday, readers! The equivalent of Black Friday, almost everything online is now cheaper than it would be normally. As you may or may not have heard, author Hans Schantz has a Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale going. It lasts from November 25th – which has passed – straight through December 2nd. You … Continue reading Bulletin: Cyber Monday Sale!