Month: January 2018

Archer’s Aim Daily Vol. 78

It’s pretty top-heavy with some science fiction themes today so have a look and satisfy all SciFi needs from all angles! Source



Interesting series I’ll have to put on my TBR. Love the combination of genre concept.

Waiting on Wednesday is a meme I’ve participated in for years which lets readers share their excitement for books coming out soon, and this week my pick is for a series which I’ve been enjoying for the last few years.  Anyway, the novel I’m eagerly awaiting is . . .

black linethe brass godThe Brass God by K.M. McKinley

Genre: Fantasy

Series: The Gates of the World #3

Publisher: Solaris (March, 2018)

Length: 400 pages

Magic and technology combine in an epic fantasy like no other.

War is coming to Ruthnia. As ancient, inhuman powers move against one another, Rel Kressind finds himself in the company of the fabled modalmen – giants who regard themselves as the true keepers of humanity’s legacy. Far out in the blasted, magical wastelands of the Black Sands where no man of the Hundred has ever set foot before, Rel comes face to face with the…

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Under the Covers

A good how-to from Harmony Kent today on Story Empire. I must admit, I mainly do a YouTube each time but the list is helpful if nothing…

Story Empire

Hello SErs! Just before coming up with this post, I attempted to embed a non-Youtube video into one of my upcoming posts (see my Friday Fiction Prompt on the 2nd of Feb!). Prior to this effort, I had only ever embedded Youtube videos into my blog posts. It should all be simple, though, right?


It didn’t quite go as planned, but not to worry: it gave me some good material for this post–always a silver lining! 🙂

So, at the start of all this, my first job was to find an image that called to me for Friday’s post. Pixabay came to the rescue, and I found just the ONE! Great. Then my next job was to embed that awesome video into my blog post. Mmm … not so great!

Okay, then, Google to the rescue … not to be beaten, some research seemed in order.

I found a…

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