Tag: sci-fi

A Challenger Approaches…

Greetings once again. I know I just recently updated, but enough cool stuff has happened in the past few days that I feel a new post is in order. We’ll start with this image: That image, the unmistakeable work of catseathedevil, depicts Myn gnawing on her favorite chew toy. Not only does it look great… Read more »

Let’s Talk Sci-Fi

Hello again, everyone! I’m happy to announce that Pure Textuality has just posted a review of my latest book, Unstable Prototypes. The review was penned by longtime fan Alicia, so many thanks to her! As this is BookOfDeacon.com, I tend not to push the sci-fi stuff nearly as much as the fantasy stuff, but in… Read more »

An update and a question

First, I’d like to let everyone know that Bypass Gemini has just been accepted for the Premium Distribution Channels at Smashwords, so in the next couple of weeks you should see it become available via Barnes & Noble, Sony, Apple, Diesel, Kobo, and ScrollMotion. I also pushed a brand new update to all of my… Read more »

Bypass Gemini has arrived!

After debating with myself about how best to time the release of my next book, I decided that I may as well release it now. So here it is! Bypass Gemini, the first science fiction addition to my roster of novels. Unlike the Book of Deacon series, this is not intended to be the first… Read more »

A new experiment is on the way…

Some time last year, after I’d finished proofreading one of the books in the Trilogy for the umpteenth time, I got sick of reading stuff I had already written and started thinking about what I would write next. You see, I go through phases of utterly obsessive writing, and I could feel one coming on…. Read more »