Ty Frank and the [slightly more reclusive] Daniel Abraham, writing as James SA Corey, seem to have built a media empire out of intelligent space opera.
A VFX artist from Portland, Oregon, writes post-cyberpunk sci-fi – which, in his own words, is Gattaca meets X-men meets Ghost in the Shell/Akira – a mashup that makes any self-respecting cyberpunk fan drool a little.
Monday, May 15, 2017. Yesterday I got on a call with a friend of mine and waited with bated breath on his verdict on Numbercaste. After a whole lot of very enlightening back-and-forth, I asked him the big one: would he pay good money for the book? Yes, he said, yes he would. There are… Read more Journal: On doing the right things
Pronoun is the newest self-publishing platform on the Internet. Think Smashwords 2.0. Here’s my review of it – ease of use, sales analytics, the works.
Mary Shelley, mother of Frankenstein’s monster, wrote another book – a post apocalyptic number. This is unbelievably epic. And there’s Flatland, a fascinating satire of society from the 1800’s.