Random Sunday

Books and Catching Up

A Fantasy Christmas Oy, has it been a week. Before I get into that, I want to make sure to share an awesome new book release. A Fantasy Christmas is a collection of thirteen stories by thirteen amazing authors. All fantasy themed, this collection published by Fiction Atlas Press, A Fantasy Christmas is available today!… Continue reading Books and Catching Up

Book Reviews

Book Review: Melkora by Joshua Robertson

I have to admit; I am so late doing this review it’s ridiculous. I’ve had my copy of Melkorka by Joshua Robertson for a long time. It took me longer than it should have to read. So of course, life conspired to keep me from getting this review written for quite a while. Oh well,… Continue reading Book Review: Melkora by Joshua Robertson

Book Reviews

Unconfined Delusions by Angela L. Lindseth

Here is another of several reviews I am late in writing. Again, no disclaimer on this one either. Intro Unconfined Delusions, Beyond the Threshold by Angela L. Lindseth is a collection of horror flash fiction and short stories. This is the second collection like this from Lindseth. Appreciations First off, I have to say Lindseth… Continue reading Unconfined Delusions by Angela L. Lindseth

Book Reviews

Roulette of Rhymes by JD Estrada

Here’s my disclaimer—I have no disclaimers this time. See? I review books I buy, too *insert silly sarcasm tone*. On with the review. Summary Roulette of Rhymes by JD Estrada is a collection of poems around the idea that life is a roulette, thus random. Our feelings and reactions to life are, therefore, also unpredictable.… Continue reading Roulette of Rhymes by JD Estrada

Book Reviews

The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman

Title: The Accidental Time Machine Author: Joe Haldeman Genre: Science Fiction The Accidental Time Machine is the story of Matt Fuller, a MIT Grad Student who is failing out of his doctoral program and working as a lab assistant. While completing some routine work, he discovers one of his calibrators disappears for exactly one second.… Continue reading The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman