New Superhero Fiction (Mar and Apr 2020)

Tuesday was National Superhero Day, and personally, I feel like we’re all heroes just for getting through another day of Covid-19. I hope everyone reading this is staying safe. If you’re looking for some superhero-themed escapism, here are a few of the latest novels I’ve discovered while searching the internet. It’s a slightly shorter postContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (Mar and Apr 2020)”

Book Spotlight: Red and Black by Nancy O’Toole Meservier

We can all probably use something good to read right now, so you may see a few more book spotlights from me in the coming weeks. Escaping into fiction while supporting authors is a win-win for everyone–especially when there are superheroes involved. This week, I’m spotlighting Red and Black. I featured it in a newContinue reading “Book Spotlight: Red and Black by Nancy O’Toole Meservier”

Bookish Travel Guide: Hero Status

We’re going into Week Three of social distancing, and I hope everybody who’s reading this is staying safe. I want to send my thanks to the nurses, doctors, grocery store workers, delivery drivers, and everybody else going out there to help others. I also want to send my thoughts to everyone who’s been affected byContinue reading “Bookish Travel Guide: Hero Status”

9 Superheroines who don’t have Superpowers (and don’t need them)

Wonder Woman has the power of the gods. Captain Marvel can punch a hole in a spaceship. The Scarlet Witch…can sometimes do magic, or probability manipulation, or telekinesis/telepathy. It’s confusing. In my current novel, I’m writing a main character who takes on magic and monsters with no powers of her own, so today, I wantContinue reading “9 Superheroines who don’t have Superpowers (and don’t need them)”

Free Ebook Friday: Shadow Magic: Six Strong Heroines of Urban Fantasy

Free ebooks are the best. They’re a great way for readers to try new series risk-free, and they help authors reach new audiences. But there’s just so many of them that it can be hard to find one you like. Free ebook Friday spotlights a free ebook I’ve personally read and enjoyed, and hopefully, it’llContinue reading “Free Ebook Friday: Shadow Magic: Six Strong Heroines of Urban Fantasy”

New Superhero Fiction (Jan and Feb 2020)

It’s my first superhero fiction roundup of the year! We’ve got a lot of cool books to check out, but before we do, I have a couple superhero novel-related links to share. One is this article by Percival Constantine entitled “A Genre Hidden from Readers,” which is about how the superhero fiction bestseller list onContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (Jan and Feb 2020)”

News & Updates

Clockmaker has officially been re-released. I’ve been signing the paperback and hardcover rewards for those of you who contributed to the Kickstarter, (Thank you again for your support and patience!) and they’re just so pretty. Look! You can get yourself a hardcover, paperback, or ebook copy on Amazon if you don’t already have one. IContinue reading “News & Updates”

New Superhero Fiction of 2019 (Year-End Megapost)

2019 is almost over, and it was a good year for superhero fiction. You can check out Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of my wrap-ups throughout the year to find any books you missed. Below, I’ve got a mix of books that came out in the last couple months and releases from earlierContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction of 2019 (Year-End Megapost)”

New Superhero Fiction of 2019 (Part 3)

Happy Halloween, everybody! I should probably have a Halloween-themed post today, but it’s been a while since I’ve done a roundup of new superhero fiction, so here we are. I’ll say it’s still Halloween-related, since a lot people dress up as superheroes for the holiday. 😉 As usual, I haven’t read all of these booksContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction of 2019 (Part 3)”

Sisterhood and Superheroes

I’m lucky enough to have two incredible sisters (one of whom also writes books that you should read), so I’m naturally interested in depictions of sisters in media. And is it just me, or are a lot of superheroes only children? Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Iron Man… The list goes on. AndContinue reading “Sisterhood and Superheroes”