It is yes. He first posted this over there, which is how I know about it. His stuff was very hit and miss for me but this particular story was one I always wanted to see published.I wonder, is this the DValdron who used to post on AH.com? Seems an unlikely coincidence of name if not.
I bought it from Amazon on Kindle. I really do think you'll enjoy it. It is dry (like 40% of that first story is painstaking Bear facts of the kind of old school sci-fi, 'I've done my working out and now I'm going to show you it because I'm very proud') but he does try and break that up as much as possible and honestly I'm the kind of nerd who was really into the bear facts (my favourite ever AH book is Bearfish published by Sea Lion Press which shares similar qualities with this). And I found it simply because it was first posted on AH.Com, which is a very boring answer.
It is the good side of the self-publishing industry, the sheer imagination on show in terms of setting and plot.This reminds me of finding Michael Cnutte's War Plan Crimson novel, or those two random short stories I reviewed as a duology, including one about the Tulip Boom extending to the modern era. I absolutely love finding these little isolated authors who have self-published but never been picked up elsewhere - they always seem to have the most imaginative ideas
On a slightly tangential note, does that mean you need more articles at the moment?Also, little bit of Trivia, this review was originally ready to go up on the 2nd of May but I put out the request for new articles the week prior to that (the 26th of April) and got so many people sending me articles that it kept being moved back to make room for new writers and this was the first slot where I didn't have anything else ready.
I think it genuinely was in the schedule in more than 20 different dates during those 5 months.
I wouldn't say no to them, certainly.On a slightly tangential note, does that mean you need more articles at the moment?
Before you ask, I am most definitely, not going to be writing a series on the Eighty Years War.I wouldn't say no to them, certainly.
You can tell how many articles I get by how often you see my name, because my articles tend to be the first pushed back to make room for other people's work. So in April, I put up 7 Articles that I'd written vs 11 by other people. Where as this is the first of mine since June because I was getting all 18 from other people in July and August.
At the moment October and November look like being heavy on Gary articles. But you know, I quite enjoy writing stuff myself so it's not a disaster.
So you are going for the second hundred years war?I'm not a medievalist and also I kind of think despite the much longer time period there's possibly less really interesting alternative outcomes?
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