Tag Archives: MCM

Dustrunners: Typhoon by MCM — Science Fiction

My review of this book is long, long, long overdue. I read the first draft of this book last October, read a revised version the following December during Free-e-day, and then read the FINAL version a month or so back. … Continue reading

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Top 10 2010 New Fiction Reads

Since I completed this year’s 100+ Reading Challenge, I’ve been thinking back on the novels I’ve read and all the new authors I’ve discovered. It’s been a great journey and I’d like to share a little about my experiences with … Continue reading

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Webfiction Wednesday: Arkady & Kain

Arkady & Kain by MCM – “Guns. Bombs. Paparazzi. Welcome to the world of international terrorism.” Continue reading

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how to claim a free short story

So. There’s this guy called MCM. I talk about him a lot, but then again he does a lot worth talking about. He’s a bit of a lunatic. He is also without a doubt one of the leading lights of … Continue reading

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The New Real: Blast Radius by MCM

This is just a quick little update to say that MCM, one of my favourite online authors, is doing another one of his crazy live writing schemes over at 1889 Labs, which of course I will be attempting to live … Continue reading

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Tori’s Row on 1889 Labs

Following alphabete‘s teaser review of Tori’s Row, I used all my significant twitter weight to get a sneak peek of the story. Why was I so eager to get my hands on it? Because Tori’s Row is the first collaboration … Continue reading

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The Man with the Improbable Leg

I’d like to tell you about my latest read, a romping tale about lust, courage, and greed. The authors are two: Andy Fanton and MCM. The characters are the kind who like to condemn women and foreigners, not to mention … Continue reading

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café wednesday: the vector

It is sometimes said that every person has at least one book in them. Then there are those who have boatloads of books in them, TV shows, and a keen business sense to make it all work. Continue reading

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