Old Heroes, New Look
For The Hero's Code, in anticipation of the next two novels in the series, Kay Reynolds put together some splashy illustrations for the first two covers.
The TIE Fighter: Sci-Fi's Perfect Spaceship
Star Wars doesn't exactly give the Empire many gray shades, but the TIE Fighter does a lot to clarify its particular brand of evil.
On Monday I wrote a short tango between two spaceships above some nameless desert planet. Today, I'm gonna show how I design the ships that show up in the stories I write.
Catch of the Day
The fighter's settled in right behind the big four rockets, their blue fusion matching the sky and presenting a wonderful target
Starshot in A+ Form
On a busy Wednesday, here's a look at another novel done up with the Amazon's A+ content feature.
Delving The Stars
It's taken time, but The Muse and I have come to terms. There will still be new universes, yes, but they will come after we've finished the stories to tell in the universes we already have. At least to a good stopping point.
Celice: Reluctant Protector
Calling in assignments, directing missions, and helping advise bigger operations across the globe, Celice filled her days with work advancing the Paragon mission while her nights and weekends gathered dust
Sever Squad in A+ Form
Last week, I discussed some of the positives and negatives of Amazon's A+ content feature. I'm still fiddling with it (almost as a hobby of its own at this point) and wanted to drop an example here just for folks to look at.
Real Heroes Keep on Typing
It's been a while since I've dropped a post, largely because my time, much like a fresh steak dropped between ravenous dogs, is getting devoured by a dozen different beasts at once.
Chapter Three: The Market
Vance heads out on his run, but no delivery comes without surprises, and this is no exception.