Atthys Gage is a writer with a lifelong love for myth, magic, and books. His second real job was in a bookstore. As was his third, fourth, fifth and sixth. Eventually, he stopped trying to sell books and started writing them. He has always had a fascination for that cloudy borderline between the normal and
[NOTE: Prostitute of the State by Kate Kinnear is a free read posted on Bookkus.com. It has not yet been accepted for publication. So it’s not been editorially reviewed, and you will come across the occasional typo or rare sentence that needs work, but it struck me as such an overall excellent, well
Hello All, Welcome to my interview with Michael R. Hagan, author of the paranormal thriller DEMIURGE, Blood of the Innocent, published by Bookkus Publishing. Just for full disclosure, I’ve know Mike for a few years, since meeting him on Book Country, the writer’s web site. We’ve posted comments, along with many others, helping each other
A number of years ago there was an, unfortunately, short-lived scifi magazine titled “Aboriginal Science Fiction.” It published short stories, movie reviews and book reviews. The one thing I will always remember was the way one of its book reviewers began one of his columns. He was responding to the question, “Why don’t you ever
So your manuscript has been through a number of drafts, been read by a few people in your writers club and fairly heavily critiqued. You’re sure it’s ready. What now? Well, you actually have a number of choices. Send to a copy to a publishing house that’s accepting unsolicited manuscripts. It’s important to check their
Sitting around a campfire the mind often wanders, explores new ideas or revisits old ones. Sometimes conversations just ramble until someone trips over an interesting thought. This is a page to post those thoughts about writing, science fiction, fantasy, whatever. So stare into the fire and let your mind go…
Questions about the Universe of The Machine? The Characters or Story? Ask them here. SPOILER ALERT! I will answer questions with the assumption you’ve already read Agony of the Gods. So if you haven’t, and don’t want the ending spoiled for you – CLOSE THIS PAGE!