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Author Interview: M. LaRose

LaRose is the pen name of an American writer of fantasy who lives in the New England state of Vermont, an area known for beautiful woodlands and bucolic farms. Like many of the characters in the old-world fairy tales that she admires, LaRose lives in a forest that constantly inspires her imagination with its mystery. […]


Home: Interstellar by Ray Strong

Home: Interstellar by Ray Strong

Home: Interstellar Buy on: Amazon No one believed Meriel when she said the attack on her home ship, the Princess, was piracy: there had not been a reported piracy in a century, and she was just a twelve year-old kid. But Meriel knew that pirates slaughtered her parents and friends and only she could find […]


The Perennial Migration by Dominik Marcel Kirtaime

The Perennial Migration by Dominik Marcel Kirtaime

The Perennial Migration Barnes & Noble The year is 3010, the human race divided; the new breed living inside the World Administration dome network and outside the older breed. A pandemic, broken out throughout the dome network by a corrosion in the citizens' wrist chips, is causing the planet to die. Whether the outbreak was […]


Rogue Hunter: Longshot by Kevis Hendrickson

Rogue Hunter: Longshot by Kevis Hendrickson

Rogue Hunter: Longshot Buy on: Amazon BEHIND ENEMY LINES.On the back of recent hardships and failures, Zyra has become withdrawn and bitter. Meanwhile, terrorists have captured a doomsday weapon with plans to use it unless their enemies meet their demands. Desperate to settle the debt with the crime lords who want her dead, Zyra joins […]


Quantos Rising by Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.

Quantos Rising by Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.

Quantos Rising Buy on: Amazon The world has been split into four colonies after a Great War in which knowledge, civilizations, and time were lost from the world. After five hundred years of recreation civilization is split into four colonies: those that live on the ground call their colony ‘Damiroo‘; those who live in underwater […]


Author Interview: C.C.Hogan

C.C. Hogan was dragged up in North London in the nineteen seventies and spent many years in the media industry doing whatever it took to not kill clients. Making the leap into novels, he is working in two directions at the same time – a massive fantasy project called Dirt that is a saga spread […]


The Legends of Mythrous: Strange Lands by B.G. Myhan

The Legends of Mythrous: Strange Lands by B.G. Myhan

The Legends of Mythrous: Strange Lands Buy on: Amazon When Kyle Halloway learns that his dad wants to move away from their comfortable life in Florida and move to the Bahamas, Kyle thinks his dad is crazy. And when Kyle’s dad tells him they are taking a 17th century tall ship to, ‘sail in style’ […]


Sons of Baal by Alan Place

Sons of Baal by Alan Place

Sons of Baal Buy on: Amazon The crew of the research vessel Forgestriker are left stranded in dead space – beyond contact range – after their ship is attacked on its return from Gameroom, where they were sent to help secure a radar location, only to find they walked into an ambush. This is the […]


Burning Suns – Conflagration (book one) by Lisa Wylie

Burning Suns – Conflagration (book one) by Lisa Wylie

Burning Suns – Conflagration (book one) Buy on: Amazon – – Conflict is coming – – Jennifer Bronwen, deep-space freighter skipper, sometime smuggler, and occasional blaster-for-hire is flat broke and in desperate need of a job. With her bills mounting and her ship one unlucky micrometeorite collision away from the scrapheap, when she’s offered a lucrative […]


A-Z Blogging challenge: U is for… Utopia

Utopian Society A Utopia is a perfect, idealistic society, the opposition to a dystopian environment. A world where ‘inhabitants exist under seemingly perfect conditions […] utopian and utopianism are words used to denote visionary reform that tends to be impossibly idealistic’ (britannica). More’s Utopia (1516) The termed was first penned by Sir Thomas Moore in […]


Reviews

Indiescififantasy (aka – me) isn’t very good at writing reviews, and I have therefore been talking to some up and coming reviewers who have given me permission to display snippets of their reviews. I only host the sample – any clicks on the title will take you to the reviewers website. If you are a […]


The Anuvi Incident by James Vincett

The Anuvi Incident by James Vincett

The Anuvi Incident Buy on: Amazon A young officer of the Imperial Navy stumbles upon a conspiracy at the heart of the Fifth Fleet, a plan that will lead to war with Humanity’s most implacable enemy, the Naati, and shake the very foundations of the Union government. At the same time the crew of the […]


Author Interview: Patricia Loofbourrow

Patricia Loofbourrow, MD is an SFF and non-fiction writer, PC gamer, ornamental food gardener, fiber artist, and wildcrafter who loves power tools, dancing, genetics and anything to do with outer space. She was born in southern California and has lived in Chicago and Tokyo. She currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband and three grown […]


Author Interview: Panda Johnson

Born in the East End of London during the late 1960’s, to a fairly typical London family of that period. Yes, within the sound of Bow Bells, so yes I am authentic Cockney, though now living in Cornwall it is not somewhere that I miss, after all who wouldn’t swap the traffic hewn streets for […]


Advertising and Amazon and stats

This is one of those posts where I witter on about my favourite subject – stats. I love them. Can’t get enough of them. So imagine my excitement last night when I clicked on a teensy weensy arrow in my Amazon affiliate area and it told me just how many times the direct url (the […]


The Farthest City by Daniel P Swenson

The Farthest City by Daniel P Swenson

The Farthest City Buy on: Amazon In the far future, intelligent machines resurrected the human race then disappeared. Now humanity wages a losing war against the alien Hexi. Sergeant Sheemi Tanamal seeks only revenge and death in battle. An unexpected mission changes everything. Citizen Kellen Beaudin’s obsession with the intelligent machines that once saved humanity […]


Beyond the Pale: Promo

Beyond the Pale is available on e-book for just 99p/99c for the next few days. It is a tale of dystopia, a high-walled citadel and conflicting cultures (and it’s on my to-be-read list). [goodreviews isbn=”B00O39BCNS” buyinfo=”off” bookinfo=”off”] Synopsis In a post-apocalyptic America, a young outlander is captured and processed as a new citizen of a high-walled […]


History Of Sol: Ouroboros  by Chris Masterton & Steven Dutch

History Of Sol: Ouroboros by Chris Masterton & Steven Dutch

History Of Sol: Ouroboros Thousands of years after the Earth is destroyed in a war between belief and control, humanity is spread across the solar system, divided into four Colonies that seem to have achieved peace and order. Among them is a small group of people that find themselves plunged into the middle of a secret […]


My Name is not Alice by Angelika Rust

My Name is not Alice by Angelika Rust

Alice is a high school princess. Blonde. Beautiful. Shallow. Until she meets a little white rabbit, and her world turns upside down. The line between reality and fantasy blurs, then vanishes altogether. And Alice becomes a girl who attracts Trouble. Trouble with a capital T. My Name is not Alice Buy on: Amazon |


Author Interview: P.F.Davids

I’m P.F. Davids, fantasy writer and author of Lesser Evil.  I write from my little place in Central Florida.  When I’m not writing, I’m playing tabletop games, or watching numbers go up in the latest RPG. When did you first discover your love for writing? When I was very young.  Some of my earliest memories […]