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When I first saw a draft of Matt Kambic’s thriller EVEREST RISING, the novelty of his premise–the Earth is pregnant–had me hooked. I guided Matt through a couple of rewrites, and then published his novel through ScienceThrillers Media. Kambic’s splendid … Continue reading
This came to my inbox and I thought I would share…Bill Nye the Science Guy and author Gregory Mone are launching a new science-themed series for middle grade students, called “Jack and the Geniuses”. Click image to link to amazon.
My next, long-overdue science thriller novel The Han Agent will finally hit bookstores in August. I’ll be sharing more with you about the origin of this story, but for now I need your feedback. To prepare advance reader copies for reviewers, … Continue reading
Author Barry Lancet knows Japan. As an expatriate American who is married to a Japanese woman and has lived and worked in Japan for decades, Lancet started writing thriller fiction with his award-winning debut Japantown using what he knows. This arresting … Continue reading
I’ve enjoyed Robert Masello’s history- and science-themed thrillers and reviewed one, The Romanov Cross. When I heard he has a new release this week The Jekyll Revelation, I thought I’d share. Sounds like a good one! –A.R. On August 31st, 1888, … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com discusses Pines by Blake Crouch. Tech rating (out of 5): N/A Publication date: August 2012 Category: Suspense / SciFi Summary (from the publisher): Secret service agent Ethan Burke arrives in Wayward Pines, Idaho, with a clear mission: locate and recover two federal agents … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com discusses Star Wars: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig. Tech rating (out of 5): N/A Publication date: September 2015 Category: science fiction / space opera Summary (from the publisher): As the Empire reels from its critical defeats at the Battle of Endor, the Rebel Alliance—now … Continue reading