Humanicide has been named Finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in Science Fiction for 2016. Free U’tanse has been named Finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Young Adult section for 2016. Expect the covers to be adorned with appropriate stickers in the future.
Tag: science fiction
New Midwest Book Review for Humanicide
Midwest Book Reviews has just posted a featured review of Humanicide. I thought I’d copy it here for reference: Humanicide Henry Melton Wire Rim Books www.wirerimbooks.com 9781935236634, $14.99, PB, 276pp, www.amazon.com Synopsis: Mars was terraformed, and the biotech engineers could walk on Luna without breathing gear. Earth had three moons and hundreds of orbiting habitats… Continue reading New Midwest Book Review for Humanicide
Interview With the Artist — Djamila Knopf
As I sit at my table, talking to people looking at my books, people often ask about the artists. “Who did that cover?” In this and a few other interviews, I’m hoping to answer that question. Since I have different styles of books, some YA adventures, some short story anthologies, and now, my big multi-book… Continue reading Interview With the Artist — Djamila Knopf