This week’s Tuesday Tease update comes from Kaysee Renee Robichaud. Her latest collection of sexy stories hits stands, kicking off the cold, cold January winter season with some much needed heat. SCREW TOMORROW is a collection that puts the friction in science fiction. Take it away, Kaysee Renee! # How SF Changed My Sexy Writing […]Read more "TUESDAY TEASE: Kaysee Renee Robichaud says “SCREW TOMORROW”"
Synopsis: When remorse-ridden truck driver Joe (Nicolas Cage) intervenes in an assault in a truck stop bathroom , he discovers a whole new world of supernatural wonder and horror. The “victim” of that assault Julie (Franka Potente) was no victim at all. She was actually having a man choke her for the express purpose of […]Read more "MOVIE MONDAYS: BETWEEN WORLDS"
After Donald E. Westlake released his last Richard Stark novel (for a good long while, anyway), he did not rest on his laurels. 1974 then saw the release of a brand new standalone comic crime work, HELP I AM BEING HELD PRISONER. The title itself is a gag, which brings to mind the sort of […]Read more "CONSIDERING WESTLAKE: HELP I AM BEING HELD PRISONER"
This week sees the release of my first novel length Kinetic Force adventure, DANGEROUS LIAISONS. The title is a clue to my intent. The French novel LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES is of course the classic work of intrigue, seduction, and betrayal. My novel is those things and also a globetrotting adventure pitting elite soldiers against a […]Read more "TUESDAY TEASE: DANGEROUS LIAISONS"
Synopsis: When federal marshal Griff (Barry Sullivan) and his two brothers come to Cochise County Arizona on an errand to fetch a man accused of stealing from the mail, they find a town quite unlike any other they have encountered before. The largest landowner and the real power behind the place is a tough as […]Read more "MOVIE MONDAYS: FORTY GUNS"
In many ways, BUTCHER’S MOON reads like a final novel for the Parker character. Now, whether or not Westlake made a conscious decision to retire his Richard Stark pen name with this 1974 release or his subconscious made that decision for him—the author famously said the Stark voice went away for the 2+ decades span […]Read more "CONSIDERING WESTLAKE: BUTCHER’S MOON"
Happy New Year, readers! I hope your celebrations were fun and memorable, and I have my fingers crossed that this coming year will be better than the last. We are kicking things off on a positive note around the Robichaud household, anyway. This week sees the release of my brand new collection of stories about […]Read more "TUESDAY TEASE: Daniel R. Robichaud’s HAIYU’S DESCENT"