“Tales from Nimbus” is an ongoing series of shorts that expands the world of Nimbus in ways the novel’s main narrative cannot. “Verdigris” Even though the sun was up, Altza felt that he could sleep a bit longer. But Elden hadn’t stopped nudging him, so he had given in. Outside, however, the day was gloomy.… Continue reading “Verdigris” – A Tale from Nimbus
Book Review – “Shadow Ops: Control Point” by Myke Cole
I was lucky enough to have a book review of Myke Cole’s debut novel Shadow Ops: Control Point published on BuzzyMag.com (the same fine folks who bought my short story “Working Retail” a while back). The review is online at their site now, and I would appreciate it greatly if you’d head over there and check… Continue reading Book Review – “Shadow Ops: Control Point” by Myke Cole
Guest Post – 4 Elements You Just Have to Love About Steampunk
Over at Once Upon a Time, Naithin and Jaedia were kind enough to let Austin and me write a guest post to help promote the recent release of Nimbus: A Steampunk Novel. Why don’t you head on over to see exactly what we mean when we say that Nimbus is steampunk for people who don’t know… Continue reading Guest Post – 4 Elements You Just Have to Love About Steampunk
“Nimbus: A Steampunk Novel” Cover Reveal
Austin King and I are hard at work on Nimbus, our steampunk serial novel. The current plan is to (hopefully) have the first volume released by the end of April. We will be releasing the complete Part 1 on Amazon for $2.99, while posting weekly chapters here at Professor Beej.
Book Review: “Arctic Rising” by Tobias Buckell
Arctic Rising’s bleak, ice-free, near-future earth satisfies my hunger for a good technothriller just as well as Crichton, Koontz, or Brown always have.