Tag Archives: James R. Tuck

How Prolific Are You?

I follow a blog of local author James R. Tuck, and yesterday he posted an update on what he’s up to these days. His list of upcoming projects is impressive. Several novels are in progress, a couple of anthologies, and more. … Continue reading

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Anthologies!

If you’ve every wanted to be a part of an anthology, here’s your chance! There are two great opportunities coming up that I wanted to share with everyone. One is all about sword and sorcery, blood and steel style of writing. … Continue reading

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A Formal Apology to James R. Tuck

I’ve had a corgdial exchange with the author of Blood and Bullets James R. Tuck. He was very understanding that I may not have enjoyed the novel, but he took issue–and rightfully so–with my insinuation that he stole or plagiarized any work from another … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blood and Bullets by James R. Tuck

On Friday I finished the book Blood and Bullets by James R. Tuck. I’d like start this review by mentioning that James is a local author for me. One of my writing group members, Matthew Quinn, is personally familiar with him. Before picking … Continue reading

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