What lurks beneath Vatnajökull glacier?

December 29, 2017 Rob 2

United States Air Force Colonel Emily Rollins ducked out of the chartered helicopter and walked briskly to the police car parked across both lanes of Route One. The air was cool, and the sun hung low in a clear blue sky. She handed her credentials to the red-cheeked, blond officer standing in front of the car. The man made a show of inspecting her ID and then handed it back to her. “Over there,” the man said, in crisp English. […]

How to Fix The Last Jedi

December 24, 2017 Rob 1

Okay, sit down, everybody. I’ve figured out how you could make a really good movie out of The Last Jedi. (Spoilers ahead.)   There are several problems with the narrative of TLJ: The entire Poe/Finn/Rose arc is pointless and, in fact, counterproductive, as it’s how TFO finds out about the real escape plan. Despite doing more damage to the Resistance than Kylo Ren, Snoke and Hux combined, Poe is never held accountable for his insubordination or general stupidity. As a […]

Iron Dragon Preview!

December 21, 2017 Rob 0

Trapped in 9th century Iceland, they have one chance to save humanity: teach the Vikings to build a ship capable of reaching the stars. For your reading pleasure, here is a preview chapter from my upcoming book, The Dream of the Iron Dragon. If you enjoy this sample, make sure you use the links at the bottom of the post to pre-order your copy! Gunnar Bjornson stood still at the head of the group, peering into the woods to his […]

Order your copy of The Dream of the Iron Dragon now!

December 6, 2017 Rob 0

It’s almost here… and you can pre-order your copy now! Trapped in 9th century Iceland, they have one chance to save humanity: teach the Vikings to build a ship capable of reaching the stars. It is the year 2207. After a decades-long war with an alien race known as the Cho-ta’an, Earth has been rendered uninhabitable and the human race has been driven to the brink of extinction. Humanity survives in a handful of colonies scattered across the galaxy, connected […]