Tag Archives: The Madness Engine
Today, I left a blog comment that may need some explanation… Once upon a time, a friend made this deliberately silly fan art of two characters in my twin’s novels. “Hello Neo-panther” is Hunter (panther, more or less), and the … Continue reading
Just look at that cover art… Look at it! 🙂 And that’s a low-resolution version. The actual book (print or digital) looks even better. The planet Cedeforthy hides dark secrets, some far older than the human civilization there. After the … Continue reading
Alternatives to Primogeniture for Determining Inheritance in a Quasi-Feudal Society… a.k.a. what I discussed with my twin a few days ago in regard to our collective writing projects. If you’ve read his sci-fi novel The Madness Engine, you may be able to think of, oh, … Continue reading
(Needless to say, this particular post is not even remotely safe for work.) Have you ever seen an Amazon review on, say, a military thriller in which the reviewer complains about the novel containing “the f-bomb,” as if it were … Continue reading
Last week, my clone ordered a few print copies of The Madness Engine: two for the copyright office (’cause it’s, y’know, required by law), one for the Goodreads giveaway, and one for himself. Well, his copy is now sitting on the shelf … Continue reading
My clone’s latest SF novel, The Madness Engine, just got its first review on both Amazon and Goodreads.
He’d read the previous novels, of course, so he had some idea of what to expect, but this one is… different: all that and a “burly brawl” in the post-apocalyptic ruins of Disney World! 🙂 LR told me today that he has finished reading … Continue reading