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Category Archives: Fiction

New Book Release: The Sure Bet King

I’m delighted to say that The Sure Bet King, my first full-length novel, is now out, and it could not be more timely. It’s a deep dive into the current, rapidly changing issue of… …sports betting. Yes, I was a little surprised myself to see how naturally that topic came to me. From looking at […]

Box Press Released, And Command’s Role In Its Creation

Box Press, the second in my Smithtown Unit series of thrillers, is now out. That book, along with its predecessor, are meant as homages to the classic “Men’s Adventure” short novels of the past and are set in an alternate history where, among other things, the Soviet Union still exists in the 1990s. And Command […]

Northern Fury H Hour Audiobook is out

The Command-inspired novel, Northern Fury H-Hour, now has an audiobook version out.

Unconventional Military Fiction

Here, I’m not talking about books dealing with unconventional warfare. I’m talking about military fiction books that have unconventional premises from the usual popular technothriller topics. And in my long history of reading and reviewing such books, I’ve found more than a few. Some of the most out-there include: Dark Rose by Mike Lunnon-Wood. A […]

The Fuldapocalypse 100 Post Special

Last August, I started a specific review blog called Fuldapocalypse Fiction that was originally meant to review just World War III books (think Hackett, Red Storm Rising, Team Yankee, etc…) Now it’s grown to encompass all sorts of cheap thrillers-and grown to a hundred posts. I made a special reflection post to celebrate.

The 1990s Technothriller Flail

Having started the Fuldapocalypse Review Blog and being a natural reader, I’ve consumed a lot of books this year. Many have been technothrillers published in the period following the USSR’s fall and Gulf War. With the strongest foe lost, there was a big flailing around for opponents. Besides the traditional and still most credible Russians […]

Fuldapocalypse Fiction Reviews

So, I’ve started a new personal review blog, called “Fuldapocalypse Fiction“. The aim of it is to review World War III and other “big-perspective” military stories in a more structured and less off-the-cuff way than I’ve done previously. I’m excited about it. My first review there is of an early 1980s tank novel, Bob Forrest-Webb’s […]