In a case of purely subjective bias, and despite a touch of guilt, I give Quinsey Wolfe's Glass Vault a rating of 3/5 Stars.
We've reviewed why it's important to think about what's the same in an Alternate History, but what about the things that are different?
Catching up on my backlog of reviews, I thought I'd share my 3/5 Stars rating for City of Shadows.
When writing an alternate history, it's important to think about what is the same, what is different, and why.
It's never fun writing a negative review, especially for an indie author, but I have good reasons for giving Weatherhead 2/5 Stars.
I've just gotten back from exploring Europe this past month! Partially as justification for being so absent, I thought I’d talk about how travelling helped me to grow as a writer.
Sometimes, it's okay to break the "rules for writing," especially if you break them because of your stylistic voice.
When Poe and Dickens go on a Melville-style Odyssey, you get The Rathbones. Happily given 4/5 Stars, I recommend this sea-faring Gothic novel by debut author Janice Clark.
A little discussion on the importance of a good villain, what makes them so effective, and the different "forms" of an antagonist.
The second novel of the Cargo Trilogy. I give this book 3/5 Stars. Some things have changed, and some are different, but either way I'm excited for book three!