Books

The Kids aren’t reading, he said…

Well, Yes, we said we’re shut down until after the first of the year, but I couldn’t find a better venue than this to make my response to a post made a couple days ago, and frankly it bugged me enough that I needed to get it off my chest.  So: “The kids aren’t reading, […]

Ask A Geek Anything, Volume 25

Good morning, and welcome to Ask a Geek Anything volume 25 Another week of the spot on the interwebs where we’ll answer anything that won’t get us slapped in Kansas City… (OK that’s a lie, we’ve answered several things that got us slapped, and GODS WILLING we’ll answer many more that get us slapped) First […]

Ask A Geek Anything Volume 22

Good morning, and Welcome to Ask A Geek Anything Volume 22 Welcome to Volume 22 of AAGA, the spot on the internet where we Field the sorts of questions that are bound to get us sneered at by the Intelligentsia.  (It’s OK, we sneer back) Last week we answered a question on Vampires that was […]

Hugo worthy writer denied?

Hugo worthy writer denied?

With all the talk about Hugo worthy books and authors I was reminded of Barry Hughart. He blamed the end of his writing career on publishers being idiots and not knowing how to sell his books. I know many people who bring him up as the perfect example of what is wrong with the Hugo […]

2nd Annual Indie Author Labor Day Sale

2nd Annual Indie Author Labor Day Sale

A curated list of authors then selected works and put them on sale, just for readers like you. If you’ve been waiting for the next fun read, or for a reason to Read Indie, this is that time. All the books are priced between $2.99 and $0.99, affordable ways to explore new worlds. You will […]

Ask a Geek Anything Volume 21

Good Morning, and welcome to Ask A Geek Anything, Volume 21  Hey, we’re legal! Welcome to the 21st volume of Ask A Geek Anything, the spot on the interwebs where we’ll never let you down, even if we have to do emergency computer repairs and troubleshooting to get this out on time. (Yes, my computer […]

Review: David Weber’s Sword of the South

Review: David Weber’s Sword of the South

Cedar Sanderson, Urban Fantasy author and science student, sits down with Kris Keldaran, Romance author and former Marine, to discuss David Weber’s latest epic fantasy novel, Sword of the South. Cedar: I had really been looking forward to this book, because I have loved the Bahzell and Brandark stories from the beginning. It had been […]

Ask A Geek Anything: Issue 14

Ask A Geek Anything: Issue 14

Good morning and welcome to Ask A Geek Anything, Issue 14 Welcome back to our little piece of the internet Fairyland, where we answer all the questions that won’t have us cursed by the Evil Queen! Our glorious leader is off fighting the good fight at Pennsic, so while the cat’s away, the mice will […]

Ask a Geek Anything, issue 11

Good Morning, and welcome to Ask A Geek Anything, Issue 11 First, I would like to apologize for missing last weeks issue.  See Liberty con is practically a state religion here at AAGA, so most of us where there, and the few that weren’t (like yours surly) were working 12 to 13 hour day seven […]

Being lost in a sea of authors

Being lost in a sea of authors

I have a lot of friends who are indie authors of varying levels of success. All of them think Amazon is great. It allows them entry into the market where they can rise or fall on their own merits. There are no gatekeepers to tell them that NYC has decided not to publish uplifting stories […]