Book Review: Red Rabbit Presents #1

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Red Rabbit Presents #1

There are four stories in this book, so I guess it qualifies as an anthology. However, I usually consider anthologies to be at least 10 stories… maybe 8 (just to be generous).

Let me say this first: I recommend buying this book. Not every story is for everyone. Some of the stories spoke to me, while others did not. My co-author had some completely different opinions. So, maybe he’s right. Maybe I’m right. Maybe we’re both wrong. Decide for yourself.

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Book Review: CTRL ALT Revolt! by Nick Cole

I first heard about this book when JR Handley and I interviewed the author, Nick Cole, on our podcast, Sci-Fi Shenanigans. Once I saw the cover, I had an idea what the book would be about so I was willing to give it a shot. I didn’t high expectations only because I’m just not into video games like I was when I was young. However, that’s all changed now.

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Where do ideas come from?

 

Raising Goldfish

This is the question authors get more than any other. It’s usually followed by a long-winded speech about how smart the author must be and how the other person could never ever do what they do.

That’s completely false. I’m a firm believer that everyone, each and every single person who can write a complete paragraph, has at least two books within them.

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The Arkhe Principle

ThisThe Arkhe Principle¬†book review, first for my new blog, is going to be a doozie. I’ll do my best to explain what this book is, what kind of reader will likely enjoy it, and what to expect, but I fully admit that I will fall short in this endeavor.

The Arkhe Principle, by Maxwell Rudolf¬†is exactly what the author explains it is… and so much more.

The cover describes the book as a post-apocalyptic technothriller, and it is all of that.

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