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Category Archives: dsp publications
Dreamspinner Press and its imprints are having a sale from 7-10 February to celebrate Naomi’s – their social media coordinator – birthday. Use the code “SEIZETHEDAY” to get $4 USD off order of $10 USD or more.
A big welcome to Don Travis as part of his blog tour with Other Worlds Ink for Abaddon’s Locusts from DSP Publications. Review I haven’t read anything by this author before, and I now need to play catchup. Although there … Continue reading
All of mine fall into this timeframe so if you haven’t caught up with my books, this is a great opportunity to stock up at either Dreamspinner Press or DSP Publications
A big welcome to E.T. Malinowski as part of her blog tour with Other Worlds Ink for Night Kiss from DSP Publications. As an American novelist, what made you delve in to the subject of Kpop? E.T.; This story came … Continue reading
A big welcome to Jana Denardo as part of her blog tour with Other Worlds Ink for Blood Red Roulette from DSP Publications. While there is a large romantic subplot at the center of Blood Red Roulette, its heart is … Continue reading
A big welcome to J. Scott Coatsworth as part of his blog tour with Other Worlds Ink for The Rising Tide from DSP Publications. Review I’m already a huge fan of this author, and this series. The Rising Tide reminds … Continue reading
A big welcome to Matthew Lang as part of his blog tour for Dragonslayer from DSP Publications. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your writing? Hi, I’m Matthew, and I like hanging out naked on nude beaches … Continue reading
A big welcome to Jayne Lockwood as part of her blog tour with Other Worlds Ink for Euphoria from DSP Publications. Jayne Lockwood has a new queer sci fi book out: It might take the arrival of an alien being … Continue reading