Richard Dengrove’s follow up to his Taboo Tech review in Jomp, Jr: “… I found the relationships among men, extraterrestrials and robots fascinating.”
Taboo Tech is a top 10 finisher for science fiction and fantasy novels in Critters Annual Readers Poll of 2019.
Taboo Tech is in the latest issue of Publishers Weekly (December 23, 2019).
I just got an invitation from Critters/Critique.org (formerly Preditors and Editors –see below), so I entered Taboo Tech.
Critters / Critique.org is once again happy to host the Annual Readers Poll. (Formerly co-hosted by P&E, but they appear to have gone dormant.) Good luck to all entrants!
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Taboo Tech, my SF novel, is spotlighted in the latest issue of Titan, my University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh college alumni magazine.
Taboo Tech recently got a 5 star review from Readers’ Favorite, followed by a 5 star review from a reader! Thank you!! And I’m looking forward to feedback from all of you!!
Looking at my press release history on their website, I see that I’ve used them for several books over the years.