Tag Archives: The Madness Engine
We’d sort of intended to do pre-orders on Paul’s latest novel, but we didn’t want to wait, either, so the print edition of The Sleeping and the Dead will be available on Amazon in a couple of days (or sooner), … Continue reading
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.