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Interview: Ari Rhoge, Author of Sparks Fly, Tires Skid

Ari Rhoge is the author of the Pride and Prejudice modernizations, Sparks Fly, Tires Skid and┬áPersonally, I'd Rather Lick Sand. Kai read Sparks back when it was still on a fan fic website, and liked it so much that she was compelled to review it alongside the abundant published versions of Pride and Prejudice. Last… Continue reading Interview: Ari Rhoge, Author of Sparks Fly, Tires Skid

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Book Review: Artemis by Andy Weir

Jazz is officially a porter and unofficially a smuggler on the moon colony, Artemis. She has lived a life of misspent youth and squandered opportunities, and hates the word potential, which she too often hears applied to herself. When she's offered the job of a lifetime, she sees the enormous paycheck and takes it, despite… Continue reading Book Review: Artemis by Andy Weir

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Book Review: The Exxtinction: The Only Hope for Man is a Woman by J. A. Antonio

***I received a free ebook in exchange for an honest and fair review.*** A science fiction action thriller about a future in which men are a rapidly-decreasing minority due to a sequence of tragedies, or Events. As the world becomes increasingly dominated by women, the resistance movement Hamsa is brewing in secret, knowing what no… Continue reading Book Review: The Exxtinction: The Only Hope for Man is a Woman by J. A. Antonio

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Interview: Shervin Jamali, author of The Devil’s Lieutenant

Shervin Jamali has been writing his whole life, after starting out as a playwright. He wrote his first play, "Barstruck," when he was nineteen. It wasn't until a couple of years ago that it started to click and Shervin felt he had stories to tell that people might like to read. He enjoysthe ride, but… Continue reading Interview: Shervin Jamali, author of The Devil’s Lieutenant