Category Archives: CreateSpace Publishing

Making Monsters by Joe Turk. Createspace (2014)

Joe Turk’s Making Monsters is a well-paced apocalyptic novel that you’re either gonna love or loathe. I personally loved it. Probably for all of the wrong reasons. I like the fact that he starts off with a dystopian America that’s artificially

Making Monsters by Joe Turk. Createspace (2014)

Joe Turk’s Making Monsters is a well-paced apocalyptic novel that you’re either gonna love or loathe. I personally loved it. Probably for all of the wrong reasons. I like the fact that he starts off with a dystopian America that’s artificially

The Pages of Time by Damian Knight. Createspace (2015)

In The Pages of Time, Damian Knight gives us a solid, well-thought-out tale of time travel and suspense.  After a traumatic brain injury gives our hero the ability to go back and forth along his own timeline and change things here

The Pages of Time by Damian Knight. Createspace (2015)

In The Pages of Time, Damian Knight gives us a solid, well-thought-out tale of time travel and suspense.  After a traumatic brain injury gives our hero the ability to go back and forth along his own timeline and change things here

No Net by Noah Nichols. Createspace (2016)

The premise of No Net is intriguing. Basically Noah Nichols asks, “What if the Internet suddenly vanished in the not-too-distant future?” Over the course of 20 chapters, Nichols’ message shines through: We should be careful not to neglect the things

No Net by Noah Nichols. Createspace (2016)

The premise of No Net is intriguing. Basically Noah Nichols asks, “What if the Internet suddenly vanished in the not-too-distant future?” Over the course of 20 chapters, Nichols’ message shines through: We should be careful not to neglect the things

Now I See by Buddy Helms – CreateSpace Publishing (2011)

In the pages of Now I See, Buddy Helms (author of Mike’s New Reality) gives us a science fiction tale about a man separated from his family by a scientific project with potentially world shaking implications. Through his experiments in time travel and

Now I See by Buddy Helms – CreateSpace Publishing (2011)

In the pages of Now I See, Buddy Helms (author of Mike’s New Reality) gives us a science fiction tale about a man separated from his family by a scientific project with potentially world shaking implications. Through his experiments in time travel and

Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet by John K Deaconson – Createspace (2013)

I found myself of two minds regarding Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet. On the one hand I enjoy reading Chaucer and Beowulf, so I wasn’t put off by the Welsh and Old English terms, even when naming conventions make telling one

Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet by John K Deaconson – Createspace (2013)

I found myself of two minds regarding Caedmon: The Lord’s Prophet. On the one hand I enjoy reading Chaucer and Beowulf, so I wasn’t put off by the Welsh and Old English terms, even when naming conventions make telling one

Winter’s End by Clarissa Cartharn – CreateSpace Publishing (2013)

I typically avoid romance novels. Two reasons: I’m a guy and… and I’m a guy. I’m just not the market. Having said that, I mostly enjoyed Winter’s End. It was a slow, rambling exploration of a widowed woman’s healing, re-marriage and

Winter’s End by Clarissa Cartharn – CreateSpace Publishing (2013)

I typically avoid romance novels. Two reasons: I’m a guy and… and I’m a guy. I’m just not the market. Having said that, I mostly enjoyed Winter’s End. It was a slow, rambling exploration of a widowed woman’s healing, re-marriage and

The Paladin’s Odyssey (Book 2 of The Windows of Heaven) by K. G. Powderly Jr. CreateSpace Publishing (2012)

Before I get into this review I want to remind my readers that The Windows of Heaven is a 5-novel epic retelling of the Biblical account of Noah and the Flood. The epic’s premise is that much of the Sumero-Akkadian

The Paladin’s Odyssey (Book 2 of The Windows of Heaven) by K. G. Powderly Jr. CreateSpace Publishing (2012)

Before I get into this review I want to remind my readers that The Windows of Heaven is a 5-novel epic retelling of the Biblical account of Noah and the Flood. The epic’s premise is that much of the Sumero-Akkadian