You thought I would review only one issue of Cirsova, correct? Guess again, readers! Since she was curious about the story on the cover, this author decided to pick up the 2019 Spring Issue some time ago. It was a good decision. Since Halloween is approaching, I thought revisiting this issue of Cirsova would be … Continue reading Review: Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense: Vol. 2 No. 1 (Spring 2019) – by Cirsova Publishing
I know that I am overdue to post book reviews here, readers. The knowledge eats at me; I have several books on my TBR list about which I wish to write. And that list is growing by the day, so I had better start thinning the ranks! Cirsova Publishing was kind enough to provide me … Continue reading Review: The Paths of Cormanor by Jim Breyfogle
Today is the big day, readers! Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue, which features my tale “Lupus One” as the cover story, is now LIVE and available for purchase in both ebook* and paperback* on Amazon! I have searched long and hard for a home for this story, and seeing it in print (and illustrated!) at … Continue reading Bulletin: Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue is LIVE!
Cirsova's Chen Cover Today is March 15th, readers! If you saw the review posted on March 12th, then you know that Cirsova Magazine’s Spring Issue is LIVE on both Amazon* and their Aerio store today! You can read my review of this issue here to see what you will be getting when you pick it … Continue reading Bulletin: Enter the Cirsova Spring Issue and A New Kickstarter!
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!
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
While the Queen of Space Opera’s work may not be new, the publisher for this edition is. Say hello to Cirsova Publishing’s Black Amazon of Mars*: Danger Awaits in the Far North! Long ago, an ancient evil was sealed away in the northern wastes of Mars by the legendary hero, Ban Cruach. A powerful … Continue reading Review: Black Amazon of Mars by Leigh Brackett