SF Signal Podcast: Media Tie-In Novels

This week, I’m taking part in the round-table discussion in SF Signal’s Podcast #3 with John Anealio (filling in for an ill Patrick Hester), Jay Garmon, and SF Signal lead-man John DeNardo to discuss media tie-in novels. In the discussion we talk about James Cameron’s Avatar novelization, various Star Wars series, as well as other […]

SFR Brigade: On Geeks and Alpha Heroes

I’m blogging today over at SFR Brigade about geeks and alpha heroes. A taste: We spend a lot of time in Romance talking about “Alpha Heroes” — those larger-than-life wealthy guys in very manly professions sporting muscles (ahem) poking out everywhere. But where are the geek heroes? Really, the brain is the biggest sexual organ, […]

SF Signal Mindmeld: What Does Romance Bring to the Science Fiction Genre?

SF Signal has included me on its latest Mind Meld talking about what Romance brings to the Science Fiction genre. I’m in some great company with the likes of SFWA life member Jacqueline Lichtenberg, Linnea Sinclair, Sasha Knight, B.B. Medos, Susan Grant, Elizabeth Hand, Carina Executive Editor Angela James, SFR Brigade founder Laurie Green, Sandra […]

SFSignal Review: Covet by J.R. Ward

My most recent review for SFSignal is now available on Covet by J.R. Ward. REVIEW SUMMARY: Covet (Fallen Angels, Book 1) combines Urban Fantasy with Paranormal Romance, is related to the author’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series, and takes Ward’s world of Caldwell, New York, in a new, darker direction. BRIEF SYNOPSIS: The fate of the […]