Pure Slush has accepted the piece, “The Chablis & Sushi Miracle,” (aka “Over Chablis & Sushi”) for the February issue of their 2014 series.
I'm the featured author of the month at PureSlush. They'll publish a story of mine each week. This week, “Old Memories,” a story I wrote with the Practice group. To read, click on Latest Fiction, August 2. To read a silly interview, click on Featured Author.
July-August Book Reviews:
Published by SFRevu:
5 * Three by Jay Posey. Apocalyptic world where a warrior type struggles against modified humans to save a women and child.
4.5* Lost Prince by Edward Lazellari. High camp urban fantasy where guardians and villains from an alternate dimension seek the prince.
Published by Gumshoe Review:
4* Do or Diner by Chistine Wenger. The murder of a food inspector puts the owner of the diner in danger of losing her business and arrest as the murderer.
3* Seed no Evil by Kate Collins. Abby Knight on the brink of marriage, obsesses over her coming marriage and the murderer of a woman.
3* Cat in an Alien X-Ray by Carole Nelson Douglas. Midnight Louie (a black cat) is on the job, series is running out of steam.
My latest book review, a review of the mystery novel, Sugar Pop Moon by John Florio, has been published by the Internet Review of Books.
I am proud to announce, Sex Lives and Dental Chairs, critted and vastly improved by Novels-L, has been published by GMTA Publishing. It's available at Amazon.