DGKaye’s 5 Star Review of Jumped by a Deadly Cholla

We have the honor of reposting this review by DG Kaye. PUBLISHED ON June 11, 2023 by dgkaye My Sunday book review is for John Maberry’s new release – Jumped by a Deadly Cholla. This is just one of eleven stories with twisted endings in this collection of speculative and science fiction. As many of you will know, […]

The Fountain–Discounted in June 2023 on Kindle

The Fountain: and six more fantasy and sci-fi stories The Fountain came out in June 2017–it’s about time we did some temporary price cuts; for seven days. Here’s the deals: The countdowns are all at PDT time Just $.99–from June 2nd, at 8am to 4pm on the 5th. From 4pm on the 5th to 12am […]

Review of The Necromancer’s Daughter

The Necromancer’s Daughter by D. Wallace Peach My rating: 5 of 5 stars A rereading fleshed out the conflicts and the connections among Aster, the adopted daughter of necromancer Barus (a crippled man), Joreh, the eventual romantic interest (son of an evil vicar and torn by Aster’s “healing,” and his father’s obdurate objections to it). […]

Reblog: March Book Reviews from Myths of the Mirror

Some wonderful, solid reviews from a great writer. March Book Reviews Happy April! Time for some reading! I’m planning to take some time away from the blog to finish up my WIP and spring clean my house. Yeesh. I need a band of house spirits to help with that second task. One of the challenges […]

A New Review of Waiting for Westmoreland

It’s always nice to get a good review! This is one from December, 2020. I knew to look for it after Amazon sent me notification of forthcoming revenue. Here’s what D.W. Peach had to say in her four-star review. John Maberry’s memoir tracks his life from his childhood in a struggling family through his disillusionment […]

A New Review of Waiting for Westmoreland

Brent Hightower posted this wonderful review on Amazon one month ago, of the Tenth Anniversary Edition of Waiting for Westmoreland. I missed it at the time but discovered it yesterday. Waiting for Westmoreland is the narrative of one man’s life during the Vietnam era. The story is subjective, at times perhaps too much so, written with a […]