About halfway into this series, a pivotal moment occurred, and I involuntarily cackled and proclaimed, “That’s fucking cool!” Cause it was!
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After Sarah and Miss LaFleur find Arlen Quincy hiding in the walls of his own house, it becomes apparent that he faked his own death. But why?
The following is an interview with author Michelle E. Lowe regarding the recent release of the Steampunk novel, The Age of the Machine: Volume 1. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Lowe about the creative process of bringing the story to life, what is in store for readers with the overall book series, and more!
We’ve reached a second year of homeschooling in our household. It’s a geeky parent’s delight, if I’m being honest. It’s a challenging endeavor to find ways to keep my kids engaged during the learning process, especially when they’re experiencing the “end of summertime” blues. It’s not easy for kids to switch gears when they’ve had a couple months off.
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Every issue of Home Sick Pilots that I read blows my mind. I’m generally good at sussing out where something is going; there’s a natural step by step progression that - when it happens - is almost like it was obvious that it was supposed to happen that way. Every step forward that this series takes makes complete and total sense, it’s so freaking crazy that I don’t know what could happen next. No idea. In every issue, a new element is added that just keeps the ball sailing further out of the stadium.
Wynd has grown from a personal story of escape from a bigoted city into a world of political intrigue and war games. Our scrappy band of heroes, now with Wynd 2.0 at their helm, is having to step up their game, because a bunch of nasty Vampyres want their wings back, and there’s only one way to get them… start a war. Who lives and who dies after the chaos of the last issue? I guess you’ll just have to read issue 10 to find out!
The following is an interview with author Douglas R. Brown regarding the upcoming release of the short story collection, A Firefighter Christmas Carol and Other Stories. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Brown about the creative process of bringing the Christmas Carol adaptation to life, the impact that he hopes that stories will have - especially with those who have served as first responders, and more!
The lowdown: This is a direct sequel to Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge, loosely inspired by the events of the Mortal Kombat II and Mortal Kombat 3 video games, with the addition of characters from later games that were retconned into the story with later video game installations.