©2016 C. Henry Martens Science for the Curious I don’t often consider a magazine published by anyone worthy of special notice. Sure, I enjoy several when I go to an office with a waiting room, but I rarely subscribe. They… Read moreScience for the Curious
©2016 Sam Kates The woman trailed her hand along the rail, transferring the powder from her fingers. Off-white to the point of creamy, translucence, more dust than powder. ‘Angel Dust,’ she called it, although this was no recreational drug. No… Read moreGuest Post: Short Story – Angelica
©2015 C. Henry Martens What is higher than Mount Everest? The Book of General Ignorance: Everything You Think You Know is Wrong by John Lloyd and John Mitchinson has been around for years. At one time it was listed as a… Read moreBook Review: The Book of General Ignorance
©2015 Kari Carlisle I am not an artist. Allow me to clarify. I have not put in the years of practice it takes to become an artist. I have tremendous respect for and a little bit of jealousy of artists…. Read moreThe Business of Art for Writers
©2015 C. Henry Martens and Kari Carlisle Hell Follows After, another book in the Monster of the Apocalypse Saga, is just weeks away from publication. We’re working on the ebook and print formatting, last minute edits, back cover touch-ups, and… Read moreWeigh in on the Book Description for Hell Follows After!
© 2015 C. Henry Martens and Kari Carlisle Kari:Having recently revealed the book cover for the third book in the Monster of the Apocalypse Saga, C. and I have been reflecting on the process of developing each of the different covers in the… Read moreA Tale of Three Book Covers
© 2015 C. Henry Martens I’ve seen a lot of Best/Worst lists and can’t believe these items never seem to be on them. Usually the Worst Inventions are something silly (pet rocks) or too difficult (Rubik’s cubes), so they get a… Read moreThe True Best/Worst Inventions of Mankind
© 2015 C. Henry Martens Review: The Dreamtime Book Text by Charles P. Mountford Artwork by Ainslie Roberts I love chance finds. The discovery of a great book, especially, feeds my soul like nothing else. This book was being given away… Read moreBook Review: The Dreamtime Book
By Kari Carlisle Having recently finished reading someone’s memoir, the genre is on my mind. Though memoirs, biographies and autobiographies (MBA’s) are not usually my favorite reads, I have read one from time to time. While I am no… Read moreWho Writes About Themselves?
© 2015 C. Henry Martens Book three is finished, awaiting the beta readers to get back to us and Kari to edit it, and so I have some time to reflect on the writing, the thought process, and the Great Idea. The writing… Read moreSneak Preview: Book Three of the Monster of the Apocalypse Saga