HARDBACKS, BROKEN SPINES,

& DUSTY COVERS
a blog about books, writing, and publishing

While there may be room left for discussion of which combat roles they are better suited for, women as a gender do not have to prove anything. If you don’t believe me, you could ask the thousands of German soldiers who met their demise at the hands of these sestras of...

I think most of my fellow writers out there will appreciate the anecdote I’m about to share. As writers, our Normal Ship left port without us long ago (attributed to Terri Main). We who spend countless hours imprisoned by our obsession – researching, writing, editing...

Although A Brief History of the Vikings: The Last Pagans or the First Modern Europeans is nonfiction, it could easily be a wellspring of inspiration for countless novels yet to be written.

February 21, 2017

No apologies.  I love zombie stories.  And nobody writes 'em better than Jay Bonansinga.  If F. Scott Fitzgerald is to writing what Mozart is to music, then Bonansinga is Kurt Cobain.  It's OK to like both – or all four, depending on how you're keeping score.  If...

January 26, 2017

A review of M.R. Carey's "The Girl with All The Gifts"

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