Seeing the light on romance

Author Monalisa Morgan Foster has posted a very complimentary essay about my "Dating the Monsters" article. It makes an interesting counter to Dawn Witzke's insightful piece on Strong Female Characters. ——– I have to admit, the last person I thought I’d see with an essay in Ardeur, a non-fiction book about Laurell K. Hamilton’s, Anita Blake, Vampire…

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Signal Boost: The Ironwood Staff

The Ironwood Staff by J. H. Hamilton This is a Superversive book. The story is like a high fantasy set in Africa with Zen elves, but the progressive ideas of the villains and the way in which evil corrupts and spreads, as well as what the hero must do to fight it, lends a Superversive thread to…

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Guest Post: Noblebright Fantasy: An Overview

I am reposting this with the permission of C. J. Brightley, whose blog this is from. This idea seems to have much in common with Superversiveness.  Noblebright Fantasy: An Overview   16 Aug, 2016       Light in the Darkness: A Noblebright Fantasy Boxed Set (link goes to Amazon) Several years ago I was fortunate enough…

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The Prude and The Trollop

Occasionally, I come upon a review (there has been more than one) of The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin where the reader threw the book across the room and stopped reading at the scene in Chapter Four where crazy orphan boy Sigfried Smith encounters a young woman deliberately wearing too-tight clothing to flaunt her curves and uses the word (brace yourselves, my dear…

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The Prude and The Trollop

Occasionally, I come upon a review (there has been more than one) of The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin where the reader threw the book across the room and stopped reading at the scene in Chapter Four where crazy orphan boy Sigfried Smith encounters a young woman deliberately wearing too-tight clothing to flaunt her curves and uses the word (brace yourselves, my dear…

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The Prude and the Trollop

http://arhyalon.livejournal.com/403160.html?mode=reply#add_commentOccasionally, I come upon a review (there has been more than one) of The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin where the reader threw the book across the room and stopped reading at the scene in Chapter Four where crazy orphan boy Sigfried Smith encounters a young woman deliberately wearing too-tight clothing to flaunt her curves and uses the word (brace yourselves, my dear…

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A Head’s UP

The second Book of Unexpected Enlightenment, The Raven, the Elf, and Rachel, is live. In honor of this, on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th,  The first book, the new and expanded The Unexpected enlightenment of Rachel Griffin, will be only .99 cents! I will post about it again when the time comes. Also, I added some…

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The Last Flight of Odin’s One Hundred — LIVE!!!

Hey Folks! My short story, The Last Flight of Odin's Hundred, is now live on Sci Phi Journal. Read here — firedrake star jets vs star serpents! This short story takes place in the same greater background as the Books of Unexpected Enlightenment and as Ring of Sounding Brass, the short story in God, Robot.…

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