All The Flavors: A Tale of Guan Yu, The Chinese God of War, In America

My first novella, City of Kaiju, is available for pre-order. Available through Amazon and Books2Read. You can see a preview of the very first chapter here. Check it out when it launches, February 12th, 2019.

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Today, we’re doing something different. Instead of doing a typical novel review at the beginning of the month, we’re changing things up to make things easier on me. To start, every three months, starting today will be a novella review, either a small novella or one from a magazine. Novel reviews will be in between and short stories, of course, will be every Friday otherwise. This puts less strain on me and it means I can focus on other things at the same time. So now, let’s get into our first novella (a reprint, really, but a good starting point)

Today’s Novella is All The Flavors: A Tale of Guan Yu, the Chinese God of War, in America by Ken Liu. You can find it here. This is from Lightspeed, but you’d have to buy the issue to read for yourself. The original version is here.

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Fiction Friday: Your Multicolored Life

Fiction Friday is a series where I talk about what I’ve been reading. Short Stories (and sometimes Novellas) are featured as in-between posts and the first Friday of the month will feature a new novel review. Today, I review Your Multicolored Life by Xing He, translated by Andy Duda.

Fiction Friday: Your Multicolored Life

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Today’s short story is Your Multicolored Life by Xing He, translated by Andy Dudak, as featured in Clarkesworld. You can find it here. It’s a powerful tale about revolution, slavery, and the purpose of humanity in a technologically advanced world. I had a good time reading it. So let’s begin.

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