Fiction Friday: Hard-Boiled Wonderland Review.

Today's Novel review is Hard-Boiled Wonderland by Chris Morton. You can buy a copy here. This is another book review in collaboration with the folks behind Unreal Magazine, whose novella I reviewed a few weeks ago, which you can read here. This is probably one of the more entertaining and intriguing stories I've read in …

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Fiction Friday: Thor Meets Captain America

If you missed it previously, I did a review of Clarkesworld issue 141 in conjunction with Unreal Magazine. They were nice enough to reach out to me and make that review, so if you can, do give them a look. They produce amazing short fiction and are a brand new magazine, with stories such as …

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Fiction Friday: Song of the Water Bear

I've seen plenty of animal-like protagonists in my life. Cats, Dogs, Horses, Hamsters, Fish, even mythical creatures like dragons and faeries. But I'll admit, I never would have picked a water bear, of all things, to be a convincing protagonist. Today's short story is Song of the Water Bear, by Laine Bell. You can find …

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Schedule for the Remainder of March 2020

Hello. Long time, no see. I have a few stories planned for this week, and Fiction Friday is making its long awaited comeback. I feel refreshed, new, and the Inn is looking spotless (Finally caught that Hocus and got my wish. Little rascal). So we're back this coming friday. Regular discussions and announcements will still …

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Short Fiction Sunday: Clarkesworld 131 Review

Welcome back to another Short Fiction Sunday. Today, this review is sponsored by the folks of Unreal Magazine. I’ve reviewed a handful of stories by them, all surreal, all fantastic, and definitely worth the Silver Claw name. I’ve been tasked with reviewing a handful of tales from Clarkesworld Magazine’s August 2017 issue, which is a …

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