Hope's Debt continues the sci-fi action adventure of the Sever Squad series, a smash-and-shoot story that runs on adrenaline from start to finish.
In Hope's Debt, Sever Squad deals with the aftermath of their assault-and-rescue on Dynas, finding that it's not so easy when you turn on a massive, galaxy-spanning company with a penchant for murder.
Rogue Bet is out in the wild in paperback and ebook, with Davin Masters making enemies, finding trouble, and surviving with a side of sarcasm in a new adventure taking place after the first trilogy
Episode by episode, we crawl along Dark's turns and intersections, marveling at how the timelines criss and cross, its characters weaving among one another, tied in unknowable ways.
I wrote Oratus selfishly, because I wanted to see, to experience what an Oratus feels as its set on its life-defining quest to earn a name, or die trying.
Dune isn't about normal humans going on an adventure, it's more like a space prophet starting a galaxy-altering religion while safeguarding civilization's sole source of drugs.
There's a fast-moving fun to spinning up a shorter work like The Spear, because we're not concerning ourselves with giant implications.
There's a balance here between Grace's growing peril and the incompetence of her pursuit that makes Ready or Not a great time that doesn't overstay its welcome.
Who wants to be a wizard?
The Farthest Star came together by leaning on what I've learned over the past decade writing stories.
Dune could've been a trilogy all its own.
The next time you're looking at a story and you see an android: understand that they're just plain nice to have around.