I am very honored to say that on June 2nd, my debut novel, A Borrowed Hell, received the 2018 Colorado Book Award for Science Fiction and Fantasy from the Colorado Center for the Book (an affiliate of the Library of Congress Center for the Book). A program department of Colorado Humanities, its mission is to encourage a love of reading and books among people of all ages through diverse cultural activities. Many thanks to all the people involved in this wonderful program.
2018 Colorado Book Award Winner for SF/Fantasy
Out now from Digital Fantasy Fiction, in ebook or trade paperback.
"This is a hero's journey on the most intimate and personal level. A story of increasing conflict and tension that evokes first sympathy and then empathy: Are we heroes enough to face the pains we've locked away? I read the latter 2/3 at one go. I couldn't put it down." - R. Finegold
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Currently Reading: Too much.
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
Voice of the Whirlwind by Walter Jon Williams
Ka: Dar Oakley in the Ruin of Ymr by John Crowley
Bat Tales: Stories of Adventure, Nature, Wildlife and Life by Mark Batmale
Stranger Things - S1
Read so far this year:
Strange the Dreamer
The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion
The Fifth Doll
The Land of Laughs
The Black Tides of Heaven
The City of Lost Fortunes
From the Teeth of Angels
Space Unicorn Blues
Never Let Me Go
Welcome to the Monkey House
The Stars My Destination
The Library at Mount Char
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