Category: Shilling

Yes, They Really Are That Good

Madmen. They did it.  The really did it. Arkhaven is dumping massive amounts of comics onto the internet under a “pay what you want” scheme, and it looks fantastic. Confession time.  I was skeptical about Arkhaven’s latest venture.  For one thing, I’m not a big comics fan.  For another,...

News (And Reviews) You Can Use

Things are changing.  More and more people are turning their backs on established corporate offerings, and that includes the bigger social media platforms and news sources, to start their own.  If you are into good fiction written from a classical American perspective, you should add UpstreamReviews to your daily...

Lost Cities of Pulp

P. Alexander, the man behind Cirsova Magazine, one of the best of the new breed of independent short fiction magazine and now one of the longest running, is something of an explorer of lost realms.  Through his friendship with Michael Tierney, author of the Wild Stars Collection, he has...

Sudden Rides Again

Finally!  After all too long, the much anticipated third installment of the SuddenVerse can be yours! Captain EZ Sudden and his wife, the lovely and vivacious princess Karenina, set out to save the Majesterium from a traitorous deep state cabal.  In this thrilling adventure, the pair has to fight...

Wretched Son

Been teasing this new release for a while, and so it is with great pleasure that I introduce you to my latest creation:  Wretched Son. It’s a different sort of post-apocalyptic story of muscle cars and fortress towns and little enclaves fighting to survive on the edge of the...

CoronaChan Lives!

Today, I’d like to share with you a nice little review of the Amazon top title, CoronaChan: Spreading the Love, by Aaron Giddings over at Sticks, Stories, and Scotch.  This really is a great collection of works by authors with considerably smaller audiences than they deserve, and the fact...

On the Penultimate Men

Celebrate your independence from authors that hate you, the good, the beautiful, and the true.  You should pick up your copy of The Penultimate Men today, and I’ll tell you why. For starters, it includes a new Morty and Kyrus story from Schuyler Hernstrom.  If you have read any...

A Bundle of Capes

Here’s a great way for you to fill up your reading queue for not a lot of cash. The Up, Up and Away Superheroes Bundle – Curated by Kevin J. Anderson: If reading is your kryptonite, I’ve put together a superpowered StoryBundle—thirteen books with marvelous heroes, supervillains, secret identities,...