Robert E. Vardeman has written more than a hundred novels. He writes fantasy, science fiction, and mysteries mostly under his own name and publishes westerns under the pen names, Jackson Lowry and Karl Lassiter.
Among his many works are two original Star Trek novels, Mutiny on the Enterprise and The Klingon Gambit. With a background in physics and material engineering, he brings an inside-science mindset to his novels and short stories.
Vardebob, as […]
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Terrence P. McCauley is an award-winning writer of crime fiction who comes from a family of storytellers and history-lovers.
Although he’s known for writing about Prohibition-era gangsters, he vowed to spread his literary wings and try other genres during 2014. He’s making good on his goal. This year he has already written a spy novel and spy novella, a warn novella about World War I, and a space opera series.
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Welcome to FlashBack Friday
Today, a quick recap of:
Blogs of the Week Selected Tweets Selected Facebook posts
Sunday, May 12
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Who Played with Fire & Kicked the Hornet’s Nest: Steig Larsson’s explosive trilogy.
Monday, May 13
Massacre At Rock Springs: Striking miners killed and wounded Chinese immigrant workers, but no one went to jail.
Tuesday, May 14
StoryTeller’s 7 -Peter Brandvold and High-Octane Storytelling: Peter Brandvold writes […]
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