Publisher: Spike Publishing
Publication Date: June 28, 2015
Edition: ebook, 276 pages
Genre: Science Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic
Sympathetic characters and imaginative sci-fi technology.
Did you pick up J.D. Lakey’s Black Bead: Book One of the Black Bead Chronicles when it was on sale for only 99 cents last week, as celebration for the upcoming Spider Wars: Book Three of the Black Bead Chronicles? (Here is my post, in case you missed it). Well, I hope you did! Because today is that day! Spider Wars: Book Three of the Black Bead Chronicles has been released!
If you would like to learn more about J.D. Lakey, here is an interview I did with her earlier this year.
Winter is a time of quiet industry under the domes. At least it should be. Calamity is stalking the tribes of the high forests. The storms have killed too many of them, man and animal alike and now the bennelk warn of a new threat coming at them from out of the Wastes. Follow Blackwind Pack on their third adventure as Cheobawn and Connor use their wits and their Luck as they explore the wild world in which they live.
J.D. Lakey was born and raised on the high plains of Montana under an endless sky and as far from civilization as anyone in the twentieth century could get. There she explored the finer nuances of silence and the endless possibilities of the imagination. The stories were always there. The shifting of fortunes finally granted her the time to gather all the stories and give them flesh.
An avid reader of science fiction and comics, she currently lives in San Diego, California where she divides her time between her writing, commuting on the I-5, and spending time with her delightful grandchildren.
Yesterday I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by S.C. Flynn over at his blog. If you happen to be interested in learning a little bit more about me and my bookish and blogging ways, give it read 🙂
This evening I am hanging out withDJ from the SFF book blog MyLifeMyBooksMyEscape.
SCy-Fy: You are one of the new generation of bloggers, DJ. How do you approach it?
DJ: I’m not currently working due to a couple of injuries, so in terms of my reading and book life, I’m actually quite fortunate because I don’t have a set schedule and my time is extremely flexible. But this is generally how most days go:
It all starts with a big cup of coffee. Grab that and go sit down at the computer, where I’ll check my e-mail, blogroll and see what’s good. Then I usually spend the rest of the morning reading a book or writing up a review if I need to. Later at night I’ll sit down for the Sox’s game, check out the blogs and websites again, and finish reading what I opened in the…
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One of the many awesome events at Boskone this year. Be sure to check out the rest!
We’re very excited to share that the Multi-Author Book Party at Boskone is returning for a second year! It’s going to be a lot of fun with some great authors and a bunch of new books to celebrate, and we hope you’ll be there to join us for a fantastic event.
Mark your Boskone schedules now for a fun event with some great authors and exciting books!
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I really love reading some of the blog posts from Brian Staveley.
Here is a perfect example of why: