Pilum Press is the most exciting publisher to hit the indie scene in a coon's age. They have featured awesome authors like Schuyler Hernstrom and Jon Mollison. Their first two books were collections of short stories, THE PENULTIMATE MEN and THE WELLS OF UR, which I cannot recommend enough. Their latest venture is the introduction … Continue reading A Kickstarter for your consideration
They don't wear capes. They're not stronger than locomotives or quicker than speeding bullets. When supernatural terrors crash into their lives, these ordinary men and women are going to have to depend on their wits, their pistols and good, old-fashion two-fisted orneriness to survive. E-books and paperbacks of this new and exciting anthology of urban … Continue reading Sidearm & Sorcery Paperbacks Are Now Available!
They are not fate-favored Chosen Ones. They have no super powers or tech-enhanced special abilities. They are ordinary men and women thrust into extraordinary circumstances by supernatural forces. All they have against the sorcerous powers of evil is their faith, their wits and their trusty sidearms. Sidearm & Sorcery: Volume 1 is out now as … Continue reading Sidearm & Sorcery is Live
COMING SOON The creator of STORYHACK Magazine is assembling an anthology of thrilling stories about ordinary people up against paranormal threats. LA BRUJA is my contribution to the collection. It's the tale of a New Orleans Police Detective joining forces with an Exorcist to rescue a young girl from the clutches of a demonic cult. … Continue reading Sidearm & Sorcery
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A Pilgrim In Narnia offers us a 10 minute appraisal of one of my all time favorite science fiction books, A Canticle for Leibowitz. https://youtu.be/Ovg-1-fYNaM My own thoughts on the timeless classic can be read HERE!
Thanks to The Law and Religion Forum for the heads-up on the next must add to my to-be-read list. From the book's amazon page: In The Medieval Economy of Salvation, Adam J. Davis shows how the burgeoning commercial economy of western Europe in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, alongside an emerging culture of Christian charity, led to the … Continue reading Rise of The Hospital
I love Charleston, S.C. It is a beautiful city with some of the best food in the country and I say that as someone who enjoyed the picturesque and tasty treats of New Orleans for fifteen years. Regrettably, even though I live only an hour from Charleston, I don't get to visit the Holy City … Continue reading THE CIGAR FACTORY – A Book Recommendation
JUSTIFIED, a novel of star-faring Knights Templar waging an interstellar crusade was not one I could pass up. And for the most part, it was entertaining. The book's crusade is backdrop to the story of Drin, a knight who suffers a crisis of faith so severe that he abandons his post and brother Templars. … Continue reading JUSTIFIED – A Book Recommendation
This 1967 novel opens a wide, picturesque window onto life in the Roman Empire in the 5th Century. Curiously, if not eerily, the view is a mirror to our own time. The window the novel provides for us to peer through are the sharply intelligent eyes of Alypius, the young, sensitive friend of Saint Augustine … Continue reading The Converts – A Book Recommendation