James and I are excited to announce that our first novel, StarChild, will be released chapter by chapter here on this blog! Select the page titled “Read the New Novel – StarChild” on the main page. This will lead you to a link that will take you directly to each chapter. Yes, of course, you can read … More S-Classers, the Illegals, and the Senate – StarChild Comes to Life Chapter by Chapter
City-State is HERE! And I look pretty good in my Seven Point Star dress! I attended the 2015 Crystal Coast Con yesterday in Cape Carteret in eastern North Carolina. I had a great time speaking to science fiction and fantasy celebrities, fellow authors, and dedicated fans. Check out my pictures! First off, thank you to … More City-State Comes to Life at the Crystal Coast Con
A wonderful review from a wonderful reader! Please check out her blog. Enjoy! Source: Prescription for ratings book review Thanks, Jeanine!
James and I are working on our latest short story, “Prescription for Ratings: The Committee”, and I am stumped. There are dream sequences in the first short story, “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants”. “Committee” is the sequel to “Contestants”. James and I decided to connect the two pieces in another way – adding a dream … More Follow Your “Dreams” – A Writer’s Dilemma
Hello! I will be off and running at two major public outings in October, and I am steadily getting City-State’s act together. I am organizing my “book table”, and I am almost ready to unveil City-State to eastern North Carolina! It’s all happening… stay tuned! #citystate
S.G. Aureus, BlackNet author Exclusive Interview with Zohar, the Leader of the Illegals The City-State Government does not recognize the existence of this man. However, I was able to sit down with the man who claims to be Zohar, and I got him to answer a few questions. SG: Zohar, what exactly is an “Illegal”? … More From the Underground – From the BlackNet
Who is Ishmael? So, I’ve been asked this on occasion. “Who is this Ishmael? Was he some super-smart guy? Was he some inventor or a charismatic leader?” Yes. Here’s the quick and dirty on Ishmael: Ishmael was the only son of a somewhat delusional vagabond, and self-identifying “prophet” who called himself Semaj. Semaj spent his … More Character Spotlight – Ishmael the Wanderer