I’ve been upping my reading game a lot lately. This month’s docket includes books by Chris Fox, Nick Cole and Jason Anspach, and Miles (Christian) Cameron.
A long time from now, in a galaxy pretty far way, Jason Anspach and Nick Cole spin one heck of a tale.
“This is historic military fiction done right, and absolutely sets the standard in my mind for any book in the genre.”
The final meeting between Obi Wan and Maul is a samurai moment all should aspire to.
I was having tons of trouble getting good sleep, so I cut out the TV and increased my reading. Problem solved! Here’s my thoughts on my latest reads.
My physical library may be gone, but my books now have a gorgeous new home in digital on ThirdScribe.
Contemporary social satire isn’t usually my preferred read, but “Fight The Rooster” really won me over and ended up being one of the best books I’ve read this year.
Til Death is a supernatural detective story in a 50’s setting, written by Jason Anspach — and it is excellent. Click through to read my review.
If you’re interested in superheroes, Christopher Valin is one author who gets it right. Bottom Line: Worth checking out.
Marvel TV announced they are moving “Agents of Shield” to a later time slot so it can be — and I quote — “darker and edgier”. I’m not a fan of this decision or this direction. Here’s why.