H.E. Wilberson’s The Martian Diaries, Volume 1: The Day of the Martians is an attempt to create a sequel to the famous, and infamous, War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells.
While The Sentinels is not a fantasy novel—it reads like contemporary fiction, a young adult coming-of-age story—there is a hint of something… special going on. I’ll say no more, because potentiality is sauce for the goose.
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Once upon a time I chimed in on a movement calling for a ban on the then-upcoming Netflix series Insatiable. I said, basically, I didn’t see a reason to ban the show for fat-shaming because, well, it wasn’t out yet and who could tell? ❮ read it here I’ve watched both seasons now, and I […]
tales of loneliness and isolation The last few years have separated people, physically and mentally. This isolation has not been healthy. Human beings are social creatures. Even so, many people were lonely or isolated long before the pandemic. My writing, despite itself, constantly toys with experiences of isolation, be it a physical separation from others, […]
The Parallels runs several concurrent storylines but the main focus of the book concerns an assasination and the various people tasked with solving the crime
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Henry glanced one last time at the broken body in the ruins of the ship. “I’m sorry,” he said, having no idea how he should feel, or what he should say.
There were no takers. Those who carried stones, stones mean to bash in a woman’s skull for their grim pleasure, dropped them to the ground.
Tales comprises 6 short stories, a glossary, and details on the main non-human species the book takes as its focus, the Manderians