Review and book launch video for Dreams of the Moon

So much news! Author and artist, Swati Chavda, offered this review of Dreams of the Moon on Goodreads: DELICATELY WOVEN SURREAL STORIES WITH LUMINOUS PROSE The cover of this book—with its stark mountainous landscape and a lone girl gazing with wonder at the moon-jellyfish chimera floating shimmering in the sky—promised me a unique experience that would take me out of my pandemic-induced limbo. The stories surpassed that promise, taking me through a dreamy, surreal experience…

Encore book launch for Dreams of the Moon

It would seem I’m having an encore book launch for Dreams of the Moon, once again graciously hosted by Graeme Cameron, publisher of Polar Borealis Magazine, and MCed by Joe Mahoney. The details: Richard Graeme Cameron is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: SF Canada Zoom Meeting & Lorina Stephens book launch Time: Jun 8, 2021 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) 7:00PM Eastern. Meeting will begin at 4:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, 7:00…

Blog tour for A Time and a Place

Joe Mahoney’s A Time and a Place will be featured on Audiobookworm’s blog tour November 27-28, 2018. It’s a great chance to not only explore the madcap adventure of Barnabus J. Wildebear, but find out what other audiobook listeners think about this 10.33 hour production narrated by Joe himself. Amazon currently ranks A Time and a Place at #23 in time travel audiobooks, and #244 in time travel books. Maybe it’s time you find out what all the hype…

A Time and a Place News!

Joe Mahoney’s madcap, entertaining science fiction, A Time and a Place, is now available in audiobook from Amazon, Audible and iTunes. The production was undertaken by Joe himself, who has extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of audio productions, given his years as a writer and broadcaster with CBC. To entice you to review the audiobook, Five Rivers has a limited number of promotion codes for free Audible downloads. The hitch is, you have to leave a…

Prix Aurora Award nominations now open

The Prix Aurora Awards are now open for nomination. Five Rivers Publishing has several eligible works you should consider: In the Novel Category A Poisoned Prayer, by Michael Skeet. This is a swashbuckling tale with a strong female protagonist, an interesting twist on magic and Catholicism, set in a pseudo-17th century France around the time of The Three Musketeers.  A Time and a Place, by Joe Mahoney. Weird, wonderful, a Dirk Gentlyesque tale gone complete awry and absurd….