Here’s your chance to help the Allies and Enemies series make a little bit of history by making it a three-time nominee for a Dragon Award. Please consider nominating my book, Allies and Enemies: Legacy for “Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel” in the 2019 Dragon Awards. [It’s the 4th category down on the list. Click the image or link below to visit the nomination page.] There’s no cost to you and you need not attend Dragon Con to participate in the nomination or voting process. The link to nominate is located here: http://application.dragoncon.org/dc_fan_awards_nominations.php Once you register and nominate...
Allies and Enemies: Empire (Book 5) is due out soon. Thanks to some diligent beta-readers, it looks like I’ll be able to publish well ahead of my original target deadline. Look for pre-order info by the end of this week (June 28th). I hate to leave things on a “cliff hanger” but book 5 should be well worth the wait. In the meanwhile, I’m very pleased to share the beautiful cover art created by Laercio Messias. [Check out his other work here.] Allies and Enemies: Empire (Book 5) – On pre order soon!
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Dragon Awards are open for nominations for 2019! Here’s your chance to nominate your favorite Sci-Fi & Fantasy novels, movies, TV shows and games for a Dragon Award. Log on today and give props to your sci-fi and fantasy loves. Deadline is July 19th. FacebookTwitterGoogle+E-mail
Allies and Enemies: Legacy (Book 4) The long-awaited fourth book to the series is now available from your favorite online bookseller. Download it today and join the action! [Amazon, Apple, GooglePlay, B&N, Kobo and Smashwords] Six years have passed since the war between the three Guilds left its mark on the Reaches. Sela Tyron and partner, Jon Veradin, have forged new lives on a revitalized Hadelia, a planet once enslaved by the cybernetics-obsessed Poisoncry Guild. Haunted by her experience as a Poisoncry prisoner, Sela crusades to erase the dangerous legacy left behind by Poisoncry. When a deadly conspiracy reveals a...
The Vermont Sci-Fi and Fantasy Expo is nearly here. I’ll be on a few panels on Saturday, April 27th. If you’re in the area, why not stop in and say “hi”? The expo runs from Apr 27-28. [Click here for more info]. FacebookTwitterGoogle+E-mail
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I took a break from killing myself over prep for the next book(s) in the Allies and Enemies series (as well as a billion other projects to have a thought-provoking interview with Kirk at Troubadour Magazine. Click the link here to experience the very strange faces that I apparently make when I’m racking my poor brain. The subject? “Science Fiction as Analogy”. [Click here.] FacebookTwitterGoogle+E-mail
Check out the recent commission by the talented Maria Jose Barros. Definitely inspires me to complete the fourth book in the Allies and Enemies series. FacebookTwitterGoogle+E-mail
DragonCon 2018 – Military SF DragonCon is over. We must return to our normal lives. For some of us that means re-joining the muggle world and putting aside our alter-egos. I count myself among that number. (Though if the Fates are kind, it might not always be the way for me.) I was fortunate to be tapped for four panels this year. The last of which I was honored/challenged with being in the only female in a group of military sci-fi luminaries (Jack Campbell, Marc Alan Edelheit, Doug Dandridge, John D. Ringo, David Weber — moderated by Baen’s David Afsharirad)....