Well! That was quite the ride, readers. I received this book as a free eARC in order to review it, and it was enormous fun. It felt like going to see a film you think you will recognize, only to find that there is a new movie on and you like it! From the blurb: … Continue reading Review – Galen’s Way: A Starquest Novel of the 4th Age by Richard Paolinelli
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?”
This author has little problem with the practice of reading fanfic. Her review of Richard Paolinelli’s ongoing Star Trek* fan fiction story (check it out, it is good) is proof of this. So it shouldn’t surprise anyone that last year, this writer ran across a very intriguing fan fiction tale written by Crossover Queen (also … Continue reading Lost in Translation: Communicating Past Language Barriers and Maneuvering Amidst Different Cultures
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!”
The paperback* copy of Planetary Anthology: Sol is now live on Amazon! It’s a little late, but you know the old saw. Better late than never! If you purchase a copy of the e-book or paperback through the above links, Amazon will pay this author a small fee at no extra cost to you. The … Continue reading Bulletin: Planetary Anthology Sol is LIVE in Paperback!
The next installment in Tuscany Bay Books’ Planetary Anthology Series, Planetary Anthology: Sol*, is due out November 10th. You can pre-order the Kindle version at the previous link, since the print edition is not yet available. It will be forthcoming, but for the moment it is not an option. I would like to thank Tuscany … Continue reading Bulletin: Planetary Anthology Sol – Coming Soon!
Convention-goers across the world have found themselves unable to attend these events due to circumstances outside theirs and the organizers’ control. Nevertheless, some conventions have convened virtually through the Internet to provide fans with the essential parts of the celebration. DragonCon, typically held in Atlanta, Georgia, was no exception. Among the panels that occurred virtually … Continue reading Superversive Dragons from DragonCon!
Planetary Anthology: Luna* joins its big brother, Planetary Anthology: Pluto*, in Audiobook format! You can pick it up here*, readers, and start listening today. These Amazon Affiliate links will take you straight to the items listed for easier purchasing access. Amazon will pay this author a small fee at no extra cost to you. While … Continue reading Bulletin: Planetary Anthology Luna Is an Audiobook!
Well, it has finally happened, readers. This writer is dipping her toes in the world of fiction reviews. Although this first subject may be fan fiction, the author has proven himself more than capable of managing his subject and giving it due diligence. If that does not deserve a review, then this storyteller does not … Continue reading Review: The Calling by Richard Paolinelli
The Silmarillion* begins with Eru Illuvatar giving the Ainur, Tolkien’s name for angels, a song to sing. When they sang, their music formed the “circles of the world.” And so, when the characters refer to “the circles of the world,” they are talking about every created thing in their known universe. While the people of … Continue reading Song of the Spheres