Timothy C. Ward is a speculative thriller writer, podcaster (AudioTim), book reviewer for SF Signal, and narrator. He is editing the fifth draft of his novel, Kaimerus, which he describes as "Firefly crashes on Avatar and wakes up 28 Days Later." Until that's done, enjoy his first short story sale, "Cornhusker: Demon Gene."
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I reviewed this book over at SF Signal today. Here’s a sample: Children of the Night begins with a preface of the author’s first hand research visiting Romania and historical locations important to Dracula’s life, and the tragedy of that … Continue reading
There are a couple handfuls of good books I read in 2012 that deserve to be recognized, but here are my top ten. Judging the top three hurts my heart, because you could put them in any order and … Continue reading
I first learned of Dan Simmons from his story “This Year’s Class Picture,” in the Living Dead anthology, and loved it so much I wrote a Saturday Spotlight about him and this story. One of the benefits of this blog … Continue reading
First, I apologize for not posting a Saturday Spotlight this past weekend. It’s my first time missing it, and I’m sorry. I took my brother in law snowboarding and developed a massive headache afterwards that left me not wanting to … Continue reading