50 - Mike Shel Interview

July 22, 2018

In today's episode Cameron talks with author Mike Shel about his new novel, Aching God, among other things. Mike also has a long history with the Pathfinder RPG and we talk about that as well. I hope you enjoy the episode!


49 - The Grey Bastards

July 18, 2018

In today's episode Cameron and Chris discuss The Greay Bastards by Jonathon French. The novel was originally self published and won the 2nd SPFBO competition and has recently been re-released by Crown Publishing. 


48 - Firewalk

July 8, 2018

Today's episode is Firewalk by Chris Roberson. Chris and I discuss this novel published in 2016 by Nightshade Books. It is 356 Hard cover pages long and is the first novel in the Recondito series.


47 - Jade City

July 1, 2018

We're back! In this episode Cameron and Katie have Dani from the Book Geeks Uncompromised podcast on with us to discuss Jade City by Fonda Lee. We had a great time discussing this novel that was published earlier this year (2018) by Orbit Books. It clocks in at 512 pages and is the first book in The Green Bones Saga.


46 - Brett Herman Interview

May 6, 2018

In this episode we finish up our SPFBO 2017 series of author interviews with Brett Herman, author of The Chaos Trims My Beard.


45 - The Song of All

April 29, 2018

In this episode Katie and Cameron review The Song of All by Tina LeCount Meyers. This is her debut novel and the first book in The Legacy of Heavens series. It came out in February of year (2018) and clocks in at 452 pages long. We hope you enjoy the episode!


44 - Snow Crash

April 23, 2018

In this episode Katie, Barry, and Cameron discuss Neal Stephenson's iconic 1992 novel Snow Crash. The novel is a pioneer in the cyberpunk genre and led to quite a bit of discussion from the three of us! I hope you enjoy the episode.


43 - Virtual Light

April 15, 2018

In this episode Barry and Cameron discuss Virtual Light by William Gibson. Virtual Light was published in 1993 and clocks in at 304 pages long. Gibson has won the Hugo, Nebula, and Philip K Dick award during his career and is credited with coining the term "cyberspace". His first novel, Neuromancer, won every major award and is credited by many as starting the cyberpunk genre. 


42 - Rob Hayes Interview

April 8, 2018

In this episode Cameron and Chris interview SPFBO 2017 Finalist Rob Hayes. His novel, Where Loyalties Lie, is a flintlock pirate novel that Chris and I both enjoyed. This interview contains what may be the best 1* review story ever! I hope you all enjoy.


41 - Alec Hutson Interview

April 1, 2018

For this episode Cameron interviews author Alec Hutson, another finalist in SPFBO 2017. His novel is The Crimson Queen. I really enjoyed the interview and the novel so give it a listen and then a read!