I’m involved with this incredibly massive signed paperback giveaway over at Sci-Fi Bridge. They’ve got such an amazing deal going on right now I can hardly believe it myself, and it just seems a crime not to share it. The giveaways SFB does are particularly special because everyone is a winner. Those who sign up […]
Yesterday afternoon, my editor got back in touch with copyedits for The Alien Element. Right on schedule! I hustled to get them all entered today. This is a simple but slow process where I take the changes back in to Scrivener, which I’ll use to produce the ebook version. It was after dinner, nearly 11pm […]
Star Nomad (Fallen Empire, Book 1) by Lindsay Buroker I read this science fiction novel when I was traveling back in April. Star Nomad by Lindsay Buroker is a fun, satisfying story that promises to be the beginning of a great intergalactic adventure, empire versus rebels style. It reminded me of Star Wars media novels in […]
I completed the second draft of Tales of the Republic on Sunday—a full week past the crazy insane Jan 15 deadline I set. So it took longer than expected, but I got it done. And I would have blogged about it sooner, but writing and freelance work and life (and trying not to mold my ass too firmly […]
“Nothing and Denisela and Nothing” is a scifi flash fiction story by M. G. Herron.
In the summer of 2014, I visited the the Maya city of Chichen Itza in Mexico, and that trip inspired parts of my scifi thriller novel, The Auriga Project.
Is speculative fiction the same as science fiction and fantasy? Here’s a popular definition of speculative fiction, some reading recommendations, and an introduction to the debate about the term among the SF community.
A few weeks ago, I read from my scifi thriller novel The Auriga Project to a full room at Malvern Books in Austin, TX. This is a recording of my piece of that event.
This excerpt from my scifi thriller novel, The Auriga Project, continues below with the self-titled second chapter.
In celebration of the release of the my new scifi thriller novel, The Auriga Project, here’s an excerpt from the book, the complete first chapter.