From John Jackson Miller’s FB page:
Congratulations to all the nominees!
The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers is pleased to announce the 2018 Scribe Award Nominees for excellence in tie-in fiction:
“Banana Republic” by Jonathan Maberry
“Ganbatte” by Keith DeCandido
“Murderers’ Row” by John Jackson Miller
“Pacing Place” by Bob Mayer
“Rear Guard” by Sarah Stegall
“Storm Blood” by Peter Wacks and David Boop
Adapted Speculative and General
Doctor Who: The Pirate Planet by James Goss
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter by Tim Waggoner
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets by Christie Golden
Kong Skull Island by Tim Lebbon
The Librarians and the Mother Goose Chase by Greg Cox
Solar Singularity by Peter J. Wacks, Guy Anthony De Marco, and Josh Vogt
Halo: Legacy of Onyx by Matt Forbeck
Star Wars Battlefront II: Inferno Squad by Christie Golden
Star Trek Discovery: Desperate Hours by David Mack
Supernatural: The Usual Sacrifices by Yvonne Navarro
Don Pendleton’s The Executioner Fatal Prescription by Michael A. Black
The Will to Kill by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins
Robert B. Parker’s The Hangman’s Sonnet A Jesse Stone Novel by Reed Farrel Coleman
Doctor Who: Across the Darkened City by David Bartlett
Doctor Who: Cold Vengeance by Matt Fitton
Warhammer 40,000: Agent of the Throne, Blood and Lies by John French
Torchwood: Cascade by Scott Handcock
Torchwood: The Dying Room by Lizzie Hopley
The winners will be announced at a special ceremony at ComiCon in San Diego.
Review of The Golem of Deneb Seven by Alex Shvartsman
In the interests of full disclosure, I was sent an ARC of this book by the publisher for review purposes. All my reviews, good, bad, or indifferent, are based on my own opinion and from my personal viewpoint. They are also spoiler free.
The Golem of Deneb Seven is a home run for Alex Shvartsman. This anthology of his own short stories will make you think, laugh, cry, and even groan on occasion. With each story changing moods and styles, you will be entertained in multiple ways.
I highly recommend you read this book.
Keep reading for a few thoughts on the individual stories (although a few of the titles may be longer than the thoughts).
The 2018 Hugo Award finalists have been announced!
If you’ve read my review of Laura Anne Gilman’s book Silver on the Road you know I loved it.
Now, thanks to the author, you have a chance to win a FREE copy of the sequel, The Cold Eye.
Leave a comment about why you liked Silver on the Road and you will be entered in a random drawing to win a trade paperback copy of The Cold Eye.
Contest runs from now until midnight CST April 11, 2018.