Category Archives: Author Recommendations

AZSF Reading Authors Recommend Books

Okay, I promise I’ll shut up about the AZSF Reading series. Tomorrow. For now, here’s a list of recommended reading from the various participants. You can ask them about these books over a drink tonight (Tuesday, Sept. 22) at Sip … Continue reading

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Myke Cole Recommends…

Myke Cole isn’t just a stern-faced champion of truth, justice and trigger discipline, he’s also a lover of all things sci-fi and fantasy. When I spoke with the Gemini Cell author at Elevengeddon we touched on a variety of subjects, … Continue reading

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John Scalzi Recommends

I’m a relatively new convert to John Scalzi, discovering his work after his appearance at Phoenix Comicon last year. But Redshirts and Old Man’s War were two of my favorite reads last year, and Lock-In wasn’t too far behind. But … Continue reading

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Amy K. Nichols Recommends

Amy K. Nichols is an up-and-coming YA author, whose first novel, Now That You’re Here, follows Danny, a teenage graffiti artist in a dystopian alternate universe version of Phoenix. After an explosion propels him into our universe, he finds his … Continue reading

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Kevin Hearne Recommends…

The Tacopope is a big champion of his friends. When I spoke to Hearne before Elevengeddon, he could hardly contain his excitement about the event and how thrilled he was to have his friends joining him for the signing. He … Continue reading

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