Clearly, Crichton got better with time as we all do, but for those looking for lost gems in his back catalogue, you can skip this one.
The key to reanimation was speed, and now she suspected that she still hadn’t been fast enough. Heat and humidity made quick work, especially when the tomb masons were phoning it in. She could have broken the seal with a plastic spoon.
Originally posted on Word Play, an excellent podcast hosted by Kristine Raymond who interviewed me last month. Over the past few weeks, I’ve sat down several times to write this blog post, word jumble, rant, whatever you call it, and each time I’ve struggled. We’re all stuck at home, writing should be easier, right? Actually, … Continue reading I’m Struggling
Hello! This is the prologue for Downpour, the upcoming sequel to my first novel, Whiteout. If you haven't read Whiteout, STOP HERE, because there are spoilers ahead. Go pick yourself up a copy on Amazon, and then come back and check this out 🙂 Downpour is scheduled to be published in 2020 by Aberrant Literature, … Continue reading Downpour – Prologue
Cannery Row by John SteinbeckMy rating: 4 of 5 starsCannery row is less of a story and more of a description of a place in time. Steinbeck describes a coastal town with incredible detail using a constantly shifting perspective, examining the town through the eyes of a given person or place. It takes a few … Continue reading Cannery Row – A Review in Brief