Monster Hunter Nemesis by Larry Correia: 110% Pure Awesome

No bones about it: I am a slow reader. Worse, I am a serial book buyer and starter, and years can pass after I buy a book before I actually start it, to say nothing of finish it. Except for anything by Larry Correia. Somehow, Correia has figured out the secret combination to writing novels that […]

Book Review | Killer of Enemies by Joseph Bruchac

I have no idea where I found Killer of Enemies. Something about the title caught my attention, I think, but by the time I had picked it up (from the library) I had already forgotten why. Somehow, though, I decided to read it, anyway. Despite a title that probably should have died in marketing (as […]

Utah Writers Are Taking the Hugo Awards by Storm

Utah authors are taking the Hugo Awards by storm. Indeed, if I wasn’t from around here and hadn’t been following some of these guys for a while, I might wonder what it is in the water that has Utah taking over fantasy/science fiction’s best well-known (and as it appears, most controversial) award. Here’s who has […]

Utah authors at Salt Lake Comic Con Day One

Did you know that there are 82 authors in Utah. And that’s an above normal concentration of literary talent, apparently. Utah’s an anomaly, said  Jessica Day George.  I think that’s lucky for us. With a large, and growing, community of authors, it helps create a great culture for books, literature, and learning. With so many […]

Review | Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia

And now for something completely different: Monster Hunter International. Though it could probably be classified as horror (ater all, it’s about werewolves, zombies, ghosts, and other monsters) pick up Monster Hunter International, and you’re going to  to find something akin to fantasy (or maybe science fiction?), if it was written  by a Second Amendment and gun […]