Monthly Archives: February 2016
Striking Illustrations in a Modern Fairy Tale
Today another Clickworks Press author discusses Kickstarter for authors (and illustrators), the value of fairy tales, and writing in community.
Keep reading: Bill Hoard
Amelie, Griffins, and Ninja Santa
If you’ve ever dreamed of quitting your day job to have adventures with friends, this book is for you. Or if you’re an aspiring technomage. That’s cool, too.
Keep reading: Author Interview: Ben Y. Faroe
Dystopian steampunk inspired by Arabian Nights. Awesome.
Today’s book is one I had the privilege of beta reading. Dystopian steampunk inspired by Arabian Nights. It’s a tale of revenge, seduction, and palace intrigues in a steam-driven world that’s running out of water.
Get it on Amazon or learn more in today’s author interview: Indie Author: Kate M Colby
What if the Roman Empire didn’t fall?
Oh man, guys. This looks so good. Alternative history where (a bit of) the Roman Empire survived into modern times. Military thriller. Strong female lead.
Keep reading: Author interview with Alison Morton
Indie Author: Ashley Capes
Australian indie author “sneaking some magic into a small town setting.”
Keep reading: Indie Author: Ashley Capes
Author Interview: Jackie Phillips
Hard-boiled sleuth with a tiny dog with goggles. Wicked.
Also, pleased to find another bellhop named William who doesn’t go by William. Trans-story rift?
Keep reading: Author Interview: Jackie Phillips
Author interview: Helen Jones
I’m excited about this one. Sounds almost Narnian.
You had me at “passes through two trees at the local park and disappears.”
Keep reading: Author interview: Helen Jones
Author interview: Christina Ochs
Today we get a look at a historical fantasy retelling of the Protestant Reformation and the Thirty Years’ War, described as a “kinder, gentler Game of Thrones.”
Keep reading: Author interview: Christina Ochs