Book Review: Saturday Night of the Living Dead

Mary Claire gripped my hand. She leaned over the center console until her head was on my shoulder. “Whatever. But the answer is that, truthfully, I don’t really know how far I can go towards stopping you. Like I keep telling you, I’m the new kid on the block, and I’m sort of learning as I go. Isn’t it enough for you that I’m asking you to stay?” I answered truthfully. I told her that it wasn’t enough. Had she … Continue reading

Guest Post: Between the Genres

I know it has been a while since I have posted anything because I have been so focused on getting my next book finished, but that is going to stop. I thought I would kick things off with a guest post by Jupiter Gardens Press author, Shauna Aura Knight.  So without further ado, I present to you, Between the Genres.   One of my challenges as a writer has always been genre, or more specifically, genre rules. All of my … Continue reading

Beyond the Darkside, Chapter Two

CHAPTER TWO The glowing red numbers of the clock on the wall were the only real indicators that it was morning. Living on the moon made time a very mutable thing. A lunar day was little less than a month long, and at least half of that was spent in total darkness. The pioneers who made it their home felt far less constrained by the earthly conventions of time. Clocks and relationships measured time, not the position of the sun. … Continue reading

Book Review: Exodus 2022

Here is my book review of Kenneth G. Bennett’s new novel, Exodus 2022. The end is coming. We all know it. The only real question is how. Kenneth G. Bennett explores an end of the world scenario as fantastic as it is chilling. The possibility is there, but the author speeds things up with the fantastic elements that makes this story different from the run of the mill Contagion/Zombie/Asteroid scenarios so prevalent today. When Joe Stanton starts ranting about his … Continue reading

Beyond the Darkside, Chapter One

BEYOND THE DARKSIDE CHAPTER ONE The force field flared with brilliant explosions of light as the meteorites rained down upon Aldric Dewitt’s silver sport hover car. Not for the first time that week he mentally praised the makers of the photosensitive windshield’s design. Its immediate reaction dulled the light that would have otherwise left him blind. Driving during a meteor shower was foolish, but there was little time for caution. Timing was critical when it came to his void stream … Continue reading