Black Coffee 2 Gets A New Cover – #BlackCoffeeSeries #FridayReads #CharlesSplints @CharlesSplints


Charles Splints has a reputation for never leaving a case unfinished. He brought an end to the leader of the Grid, but now someone else has taken the role and has put a hit out on the “The Solver”. Splints has to fight his way through members of the Grid in order to find where the new leader is hiding. Who is the Grid’s newest leader? What will Splints do if he finds him? Will there be any black coffee left this time? (Short Story 2 of 5)

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Black Coffee 1 Gets A New Cover – #BlackCoffeeSeries #FridayReads #CharlesSplints @CharlesSplints


Charles is back and his latest case has his client getting their moneys worth. He was hired to clear the name of a man who was framed for murder, but the small time dealer that made the hit was working for the Grid. Charles is going to have to climb his way to the top in order to make sure that his client gets out of this alive. But what about Charles? Can he really put a stop to this new threat known as the Grid? (Short Story 1 of 5)

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★★★★ Review from @Deeliopunk: SAGE ESCAPE: EQUINOX #2 by Damian S. Simankowicz #FridayReads

By Damian S Simankowicz

“He killed the leaders of my village. I think he collected their souls.”

“He did. And if you want to keep yours, you’ll do exactly as Imogeninstructed.”

You better listen to her, Sage! She sounds pretty upset about something…

#ClassicHankSaga Friday! MC FRISBEE ROCKSTAR: The Frisbee Rockstar that is also and MC of some kind (Story #17 In The Hank Saga) By @Deeliopunk / @HankSaga #FridayReads

MC FRISBEE ROCKSTAR: The Frisbee Rockstar That Is Also An MC Of Some Kind (Story #17 In The Hank Saga) By: Dan Leicht – @Deeliopunk / @HankSaga

This story was originally published on my tumblr (2 years ago!) – You can also find it HERE

“Is that a fish?”

“No, it’s a duck.”

“Then why is it swimming?”

“Because it’s a duck.”

“But, ducks fly?” Continue reading #ClassicHankSaga Friday! MC FRISBEE ROCKSTAR: The Frisbee Rockstar that is also and MC of some kind (Story #17 In The Hank Saga) By @Deeliopunk / @HankSaga #FridayReads

Airboy #2 Review – via

By James Robinson, Greg Hinkle

“Wow, so many bright lights. Hey, is it normal to have itchy hair?”

“Your scalp? Sure.”

“No, my hair. My actual hair.”

Seriously though… this happen to anyone else?


Science Fiction Double Feature*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist...:

Science Fiction and Crime FIctionSome of the most interesting novels and stories are those with cross-genre appeal. It takes skill to blend the elements of more than one genre and come up with a result that’s a cohesive, strong story with a solid plot and characters. But it can happen. For instance, you might not think of science fiction and crime fiction as having much in common. But if you consider it, crime can happen at any time, anywhere, including the science-fictional world. And the best characters in science fiction stories tell us something about ourselves. And whether we like it or not, crime is a part of the human condition.

It’s not easy to weave a story together that integrates elements of science fiction with elements of crime fiction. But there are plenty of examples of authors who’ve done just that. Here are just a few.

Most people think of Isaac Asimov as…

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Michael Crichton’s posthumous novel scooped up for the screen

Originally posted on National Post:

After the success of Jurassic World, Michael Crichton’s posthumous novel Micro will also be adapted for the big screen.

book-microMicro was left unfinished upon Crichton’s death in 2008. Using Crichton’s notes and research, author Richard Preston later completed the novel and it was published by HarperCollins in 2011. The book was a massive success, spending over 20 weeks on the New York Times bestsellers list. The movie rights were acquired by Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks studios just as Jurassic World is on its way to being the highest-grossing film of 2015.

Fans of the Jurassic franchise should be ready to get transported to familiar territory. Before his death, Crichton described Micro as, “an adventure story like Jurassic Park.” Spielberg also adds that, “For Michael, size did matter whether it was for Jurassic’s huge dinosaurs or Micro infinitely tiny humans.” The techno-thriller follows a group of graduate students hired to work for a…

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