For every book we release, we'll be sure to post a review of it during the week before the book comes out. Our next book, The Cosmic Turkey by Laura Ruth Loomis, comes out on August 4th. This review comes from Aline Soules.
Every time we release a book, we’ll post an interview with its author during the month before the book is published. Our next novel, The Cosmic Turkey, comes out on August 4th. Turkey, as we affectionately call it for short—at least until a committee decides otherwise—is a hilarious science fiction novel comparable to Douglas Adams' books. We interviewed author Laura Ruth Loomis, a totally hoopy frood who, like her main character, may or may not have a technology hex.
I think of really long books like really long songs. Your average book or song is 300 pages or 3 minutes. Some bulk it out to 500 pages or 5 minutes. Occasionally, you get a book of 1000+ pages or a song of 10 minutes or more.
For every book we release, we'll feature an interview with one of its major characters. This person may or may not be the main character; in the case of The Disposable by Katherine Vick, it is. We interviewed Fodder of Humble Village, whose job involves getting killed over and over again. Or at least, that was his job until he decided to rebel against "the powers that be" in his world. Let's see what Fodder had to say.