May 21st, 2020 marks the re-release of Maxwell Demon launching The Blasphemer Series back into the public. To celebrate you can now grab printable bookmarks and PC HD wallpapers! While at the page you can also take a fun quiz to see who you’d be in the world of The
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Coming soon is the re-release of a book I was very pleased to be able to read and review when it was first published. This time Maxwell Demon by talented author L Bachman is in the capable hands of Three Furies Press and is…
Here it is folks! The brand new video for Maxwell Demon from Three Furies Press!
It was clear to me that this is a moral tale of being careful as Dr. Moreau is basically playing God in his own universe with the main character falling into it. Prendick, the main character, is how many would be, shocked and disturbed by the details of the world
On May 15th, 2020 a new video for Maxwell Demon will be releasing on Youtube through my publisher’s account! This is your heads up to the premiere! After it releases you’ll be able to watch here right here on the blog! Yay! Interesting Reads and Related Content
She is a writer, an editor, and over all great human being. She has managed to find a balance with her busy schedule and even managed to give me some of her time. Thanks to her finding the time I then took this to prod and ask her several questions.
In the world of independent publishing, self, and hybrid we know of a great deal of authors that are considered ‘success stories’. They’re the ‘bigwigs’, but what they all are is very hardworking writers that haven’t stopped since they began. They’re the group that are making a living, successfully, as
Searching for poetry of of a newer generation of gothic literature led me to the man I got to interview today. Upon reviewing his work I instantly fell in love with his style. Reminiscent of the great Edgar Allan Poe I was impressed and reached out. Connecting with Mr. Sheppard
Bachman: When did you realize you were a writer? Sowder: Well, I wrote my first story when I was 12, but didn’t really get into writing till I was 15. That was when I started the Executioner Trilogy. I’ve been writing ever since. Bachman: While running a publishing company, how