Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone

  Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone is the start of a five book series (soon to be six) that's garnered a lot of attention. Gladstone has been selected for several prestigious nominations, including finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in both 2013 and 2014, and a Hugo finalist in … Continue reading Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone


Step by Step Writing Class with Jobe: Reflection!

What a fantastic night with a fantastic group of people. Sci-Fi George, Romance Kim, and Poet Karen joined yours truly, Memoir Jobe! The conversation generated was so insightful and helpful, the writing written was so sparked and energetic and inspired! This was the most fun I've had in a minute. I opened with introductions, as … Continue reading Step by Step Writing Class with Jobe: Reflection!

Sci&Fi Saturday w Jobe

This article about the Hugo awards is really long but really interesting, and very current. From Wired. Here's a list of of the top 25 sci fi films of the century so far, from Indie Wire. And as we all know, great movies sometimes come from great written works, such are their picks for Battle Royale … Continue reading Sci&Fi Saturday w Jobe

Sci&Fi Saturday w Jobe

How to Build a Time Machine from IFL Science?!? Well folks, apparently it was only a matter of time. *cymbol crash* (Get it? Time?) Do you love science fiction? Here's a nice post from Book Riot. How many fandoms can one sticker hold? Apparently, eight-ish, where no fewer than half are sci-fi fandoms. YES! You can … Continue reading Sci&Fi Saturday w Jobe

Jobe’s January Reads

Howdy, y'all! What did you read during the month of January? I read three books: Dune by Frank Herbert Since I'm doing the PopSugar 2015 Reading Challenge, this book counts as "a book that became a movie," "a book with a one-word title," and "a book set in the future," but I decided to select … Continue reading Jobe’s January Reads

Jobe is Your Girl Friday

Morning Y'all, Jobe here. So we're doing this blog thing, and we figured the more the merrier. So what do you want when you gather a group of writers? Well, you likely want to talk about writing. So in the next few weeks and months you can expect to return back for some great discussions on … Continue reading Jobe is Your Girl Friday