The Far Side of Evil by Sylvia Engdahl On completion of her training as an agent of the interstellar federation's Anthropological Service, Elana is sent to a world whose people may soon destroy their civilization. Since not enough is understood about the situation to justify any interference with their evolution, the Service has no power to act; its agents must go as helpless observers, posing as natives, in the hope of gaining knowledge that may help to save other worlds. This passive role … [Read more...] about The Far Side of Evil by Sylvia Engdahl
Standing The Final Watch by William Alan Webb America might be dead, but Nick Angriff will kick your ass to resurrect her. Lt. General Nick Angriff has spent his adult life protecting family and country from a world of terrorism spinning out of control. On the battlefield, off the grid, in clandestine special task forces and outright black ops, Angriff never wavers from duty. But when a terror attack on Lake Tahoe kills his family, he’s left with only the corrosive acid of revenge… that is, … [Read more...] about Standing The Final Watch by William Alan Webb
What Survives of Us by Kathy Miner Naomi sees her first corpse in a Colorado Springs grocery store, but it won’t be her last. With devastating speed, a plague sweeps first the city, then the state, then the world, leaving less than 1% of the population to go on. Naomi, a gentle and sheltered housewife, finds herself fighting for survival in a world populated by desperate people, where might-makes-right, and mercy and compassion are in short supply. Fellow survivors Jack, a youth minister … [Read more...] about What Survives of Us by Kathy Miner
Author Bio: I’m a 21 year old Speculative Fiction and Historical Fiction writer who loves to try tones of new things. I was born in a little city called Kitwe here in Zambia though I was mostly raised in different cities in Botswana. When I was around 5 years old my dad moved the rest of the family to Francistown in Botswana because he had just gotten a new job there. So from around the time I was 5 years old till the age of 14 years old we mostly lived there in Botswana moving from one city to … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.
Author Bio: I'm a Canadian writer living in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I completed a PhD in Social and Political Thought at York University in Toronto in 1997. This led to an 8-year period of teaching at universities in South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand. Then in 2006 I settled in northern Thailand, and began writing fiction full-time in 2007. What inspires you to write? When I sit down with a book the curtain goes up in my mind and the story world rolls in. Could anything be more magical? I … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Stephen J Carter
Author Bio: Kit Yan is Malaysian Chinese and, author of Deathrow High and God of the Game. Born in the Pearl of the Orient, grew up in the ex mining capital of the world, I now spend most of my time in the city that houses the tallest twin towers in the world. Writing is a love I developed over the years. Deathrow High is my first book. Written in 2001, it's a contemporary Malaysian tale (in English and Manglish - Malaysian English) revolving around the relationship between the narrator and … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Kit Yan
Author Bio: Nicholas Rossis was born in 1970 in Athens. Greece. In 1995 he moved to Edinburgh, Scotland, where he received his PhD in Digital Architecture from the University of Edinburgh and taught various publishing courses at Napier University. This is also the year he founded his web design company, Istomedia. In 2000, he brought Istomedia to Greece. He has taught design and publishing at various Greek colleges and universities and has written a score of children's books, numerous short … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Nicholas C. Rossis @Nicholas_Rossis
Author Bio: I am a Brit who left my native shores in 1983 for Singapore where I stayed for 13 years. I then moved to Bali, Indonesia in 1997, where I have lived ever since. I love Asia and I love to read and write. Bali is a magical place to do both. What inspires you to write? The many books that have expanded my mind, introducing me to a plethora of wonders and possibilities. I only hope that in my debut novel, The Zul Enigma, I've been successful in pushing back my readers' boundaries of … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – J M Leitch