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REVIEW: The Shoreless Sea

O.E. Tearmann review The Shoreless Sea

Just got a fricking amazing review for “The Shoreless Sea” from O.E. Tearmann: “In the spirit of great works like the Mars series, Bradbury’s explorations and the Long Earth, this is one of those stories that makes the alien tangible, and forces us to ask why we saw it as so alien to begin with. … Read more

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REVIEW: The Rising Tide

The Rising Tide Review - PRG

Just got at great review of “The Rising Tide” from Xanthe at the Paranormal Romance Guild: The Rising Tide is packed with emotion, strong bonds and relationships that develop through the parts of the book, and the plot is, again, an amazing feat of imagination. A living world by itself that has so many working … Read more

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ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: The Shoreless Sea, by J. Scott Coatsworth

The Shoreless Sea

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi book out, the final book in his Liminal Sky trilogy: “The Shoreless Sea.” And books one and two are on sale! As the epic trilogy hurtles toward its conclusion, the fight for the future isn’t over yet. It could lead to a new beginning, or it … Read more

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I’m on the Two Gay Geeks Podcast!

Two Gay Geeks podcast

Check it out – I’m interviewed on the “Two Gay Geeks” podcast today. Woo hoo! We talk about writing, sci fi, and my new book releasing tomorrow – “The Shoreless Sea.” Enjoy! Podcast: https://www.tggeeks.com/blog/2019/10/14/tg-geeks-webcast-episode-243/

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POINT OF VIEW: The End is Here

The End - Pixabay

Twenty-four years ago this month, I sent out my first novel – “On a Shoreless Sea” – to ten New York sci fi publishers. And twenty-three years ago, also this month, my nascent writing career came to an abrubt end. I knew I wanted to be a writer when I was nine years old and … Read more

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REVIEW: The Rising Tide, by Erica Robyn Reads

Just got an amazing review of “The Rising Tide,” book two in the Liminal Sky series, from Erica Robyn Reads. A sampling: I found it near impossible to put this down. I was so immersed in the story thanks to all of the intense action, the plot, and all of the amazing characters!… I had … Read more

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FIVE STAR REVIEW: The Rising Tide

The Rising Tide - Drops of Ink Review

Anne Barwell at Drops of Ink just gave me a stunning review for “The Rising Tide”: I’m already a huge fan of this author, and this series. The Rising Tide reminds me why I read and enjoy Science Fiction. I love love the enormous scope of the story and its diverse characters, and the social … Read more

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REVIEWS: The Rising Tide

The Rising Tide

The reviews are rolling in. 🙂 Got a great five star review from Melanie at “Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words”: “There are moments when I wept, pages of high anxiety and suspense, times when I went as limp as a noodle when momentarily the action went slack, and yes, sniffled again when it all came … Read more

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COVER REVEAL: The Rising Tide

The Rising Tide

It’s time for the official reveal of my cover for my next releasing novel, “The Rising Tide” – book two of the “Liminal Sky” series. I am so in love with this one. The art itself is by an amazing artist named Camil Kuo, and the cover designer is Aaron Anderson – Aaron also did … Read more

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Five Star Review for The Stark Divide

Erin O'Connor

Just got a great five star review for “The Stark Divide” from Erin O’Quinn:   “I cannot begin to describe the lush detail, the mind-blowing invention, the beauty and uniqueness of Coatsworth’s world. Every paragraph is rich and delicious as red velvet cake, hard and believable as “Ship’s Bone.” From the interplanetary ships that eat … Read more