Chapter 1: Pulse Lissa sat in the control room of the silver, blue and black ship, listening to the rhythmic hum of the systems as the ship bled stars and planets across its trail. It was a solid, comforting sound, steady as the beating of a strong heart. It helped keep her own heartrate in … More Novel Sample: “Light Runner” – Chapter 1 & Chapter 2
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Light Runner is officially live in the Amazon and Smashwords ebook stores. This means you can now purchase the book in Kindle, iBook, nook, and other formats! This brings the Star Hunters trilogy to a close. So, if you haven’t already, now is a perfect time to check out the first two books in the series, Chasing … More LIGHT RUNNER is live!
This book was incredible. I really liked Zeroboxer, but this is a whole new level of awesome. Fonda Lee continues to have some of the coolest concepts for her plots. Last time was zero gravity kickboxing, and this time, it’s magic-wielding gangsters. The plot alone is riveting, but it’s the characters that make it so. … More Review – Jade City
The countdown to the release of Light Runner continues! I’ve had some questions about this, so for anyone wondering, paperback editions are coming. It’s taking me longer than I expected to format the book for the print run (who knew a book almost twice the size as the first one would take more time, amirite?) … More LIGHT RUNNER goes live in 2 weeks!!
I really liked the first book in this series. This second one had me less enthralled, but I still enjoyed it. We return to Jacques and Isabel and their new lives in Turlain, still scheming and thieving. We get to see more of the elementals that were mentioned in passing in the previous book, and … More Review – It Takes a Thief to Start a Fire
Another Hercules Poirot case! Although interestingly, there’s far less Pirot here than I would’ve liked to see, so this sits more at 3.5 stars in my mind than the 4 stars I gave it on Goodreads. Half of the book consists of accounts from five different people who recount their memories of the day of … More Review – Five Little Pigs
A return to those wonderful, beautiful idiots that I fell in love with in The Clockwork Boys. This book picks up right where the previous one left off, and though there are a few slow spots where the characters are waiting and formulating plans, it’s still a darkly funny, creepy, imaginative fantasy that I thoroughly … More Review – The Wonder Engine
FINALLY a Saga volume with an all-around happy ending… and a beautiful everything else. The art continues to be stellar, and the writing was not afraid to hit hard this time. Picking up right where the previous installment left off, Volume 8 dives headfirst into a highly emotional, divisive issue, and handles it beautifully. I … More Review – Saga, Vol. 8
I don’t know what it is with this series, but the first and third books were very good while the second and final books were… not so much. This review is littered with spoilers that I did not bother to hide, so proceed at your own risk. You’re good through the next paragraph, though. I … More Review – Iron Will