BVC Announces Crucible of Time by Jeffrey A. Carver

Crucible of Time Part Two of the Out of Time Sequence The Chaos Chronicles: Book 6 by Jeffrey A. Carver A galaxy in peril. The story begun in The Reefs of Time continues. The time-tides caused by Karellia’s defenses have brought … Continue reading

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Why Do Heroes Have to Die?

Myth and legend, going back to the beginning of mankind, is dominated by heroes, both male and female. Looking up to brave people, appreciating all they sacrifice to save everyday people is important. They inspire us to do braver things … Continue reading

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MacGuffin or Grail #1: Is there a Difference?
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According to Webster’s dictionary, a MacGuffin (McGuffin or maguffin, as you prefer) is: ”an object, event, or character in a film or story that serves to set and keep the plot in motion despite usually lacking intrinsic importance.” (emphasis mine) … Continue reading

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Summer Reading Retrospective

Timepiece (Book 1 of the Keeping Time Trilogy) by Heather Albano (Stillpoint Digital Press Prometheus) The concept: Jane Austen-style characters travel through time to keep Frankenstein’s monsters from saving the Battle of Waterloo and transforming Victorian London into a nightmare of … Continue reading

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BVC Announces Welcome to Witchlandia by Steven Popkes

Five years ago, Katelin Loquess thought she had everything–love with David, a wonderful job, and the joy of flying. Now, David has left, the job is miserable, and the joy has disappeared. Then the murders start, and Katelin and David meet again. Each murder connected to them. Each one getting closer.

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Meet author Joynell Schultz

Today we interview Joynell Schultz, who is launching a brand new apocalyptic science fiction romance series called Earth’s Only Hope. The prequel, Connecting is included in a huge, limited-edition science fiction and fantasy box set called Rogue Skies, all 24 stories for only 99c. 

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Desires and Dreams and Powers, an Interview with Rosamund Hodge

On the YA fantasy front, author Rosamund Hodge has been making quite a splash with her moody, dark, intensely atmospheric reworkings of myths and fairy tales. So when I had the chance to review this collection, Desires and Dreams and … Continue reading

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BVC Announces Incident on a Small Colony by Kristine Smith

Incident on a Small Colony by Kristine Smith Jani Kilian–broke, tired, and on the run from the Commonwealth Service–hopes that a short stint working at a shipping company on an out-of-the-way colonial station will provide her some things she badly … Continue reading

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