Book Review: Headhunters from Outer Space by Bret McCormick, Read by Ross Ticknor. Disclaimer: Bret McCormick is an editor for Road Kill. He gave me a copy of this audio book as a promotional. Headhunters is not my typical fair. I usually go for hard science fiction, space opera, or werewolves. However, I'm glad I … Continue reading Book Review: Headhunters from Outer Space
Book Review: Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones This book arrived in the mail on a full moon. How cool is that!? Now . . . Oh. My. Gosh. Hoo Doggie, this man can spin a yarn! My pen weeps. This book was given to me as a gift by ER Bills, one of my editors … Continue reading Book Review: Mongrels
Book Review: The Age of Zeus by James Lovegrove After reading Age of Heroes, I was really hoping for more of the same caliber of writing and story. I was let down. The book was simply awesome until the reveal at the half-way mark. I almost put the book down. The only reason I didn't … Continue reading Book Review: The Age of Zeus
Book Review: Age of Heroes by James Lovegrove I'm not even sure where to begin with describing this book. The Greek demigods are alive and well and running around Earth? And now someone is killing them off? Hell, that's a 5-star rating just on the idea. And the book itself lived up to the hype. … Continue reading Book Review: Age of Heroes
Book Review: Hostile Takeover by Derek Blount This is not my typical read, but I was impressed with the story. It kept me guessing all the way through. I especially enjoyed the way Blount developed the characters. They were unique but familiar if you've ever spent time out in the real world. Readers should have … Continue reading Book Review: Hostile Takeover
"Speaking of law enforcement, Tom Bont’s “Redstick” follows a no-nonsense FBI agent whose investigation of a child killer’s disappearance takes a hairy turn when she finds the town where he disappeared has a long history of disappearances and a short fuse for criminals. Refreshingly, the story’s protagonist, Agent Angela Hollingsworth, doesn’t waste time denying the … Continue reading Road Kill Review
Got back last night. Fantastic this year! It was good to see everyone, and the sessions were helpful. My Blue Pencil with Diana Gabaldon was spectacular. She critiqued Chapter 1 from Iron Broderick. Her words: “Tom, this is really good. Professional Quality.” Boo-YA, y’all!
Edited by Ekaterina Sedia I picked this collection of werewolf short stories up at a used bookstore for $7.50. What a steal. Over 300 pages spanning 22 stories, the vast majority of which were five-star. Even the lowest rated one clocked in at three. If you are looking for a fantastic collection of werewolf stories, … Continue reading Book Review: Running with the Pack
My wife and I, along with some friends, took of a tour of the Houston Space Center. I was not impressed. NASA is supposed to be America's pinnacle of technological achievement, and the campus looked like something from an old Cold War movie about the Soviet Space Program. The buildings looked old and decrepit, the … Continue reading NASA’s Old
Chapter 3 of Howlers: Lupus Rex is posted on Channillo. Bill and Glen are two of the most popular characters in Howlers. Hop over and read about their redneck, pot-smoking antics. Have you checked out Channillo? Lots to see and read!