Monthly Archives: August 2015

Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month for August 2015

It’s that time of the month again, time for “Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month”. So what is “Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month”? It’s a round-up of speculative fiction by indie authors newly published this month, though some July … Continue reading

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Yet More 2015 Hugo Reactions

Yes, we’re still talking about the 2015 Hugos, so here are the latest links: Send to Kindle

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More 2015 Hugo Reactions

I posted my massive Hugo reaction post yesterday with links to other reaction posts. But considering that the 2015 Hugo debate started well before the nominations were announced and lasted through the entire period between the announcement of the nominations … Continue reading

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Hyper-dramatic evening skies

After all that Hugo blathering, here are some pretty photos of hyper-dramatic sunsets and evening skies: Send to Kindle

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How the 2015 Hugos proved against all odds that SF is becoming more international and more diverse

I guess by now you’ve all heard the news. After an unprecedented four and a half months of fighting, debate and ever more bizarre escalations, the 2015 Hugo Awards have been awarded Saturday night and the Sad and Rabid Puppies … Continue reading

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New story available: Hangman’s Wages

This is probably not the best time to announce this, considering half the internet is riveted on the Hugo Awards announcements (I’ll probably post about that tomorrow or the day after), but I have a new story out. Like the … Continue reading

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Straw-Minions

The rest of the Internet or at least the corner wherein I hang out seems to be away at Sasquan, the 73rd WorldCon in Spokane, Washington. Apparently, the convention center is engulfed in smoke from nearby wildfires and a few … Continue reading

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Two new e-books available: Spiked Tea and The Faulty Television Receiver

Regular readers of this blog as well as the Pegasus Pulp blog may recall that I occasionally enjoy doing writing challenges such as the eight hour fiction challenge. I’ve been doing another writing challenge this past month, hence also the … Continue reading

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Edgar Wallace – the forgotten crime writer?

The Guardian has a review of a new biography of British crime and thriller writer Edgar Wallace. My first reaction upon reading the article – beyond heading to Amazon to check out whether the biography was available and how much … Continue reading

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