A new era of dream technology may soon be upon us! This and more on the latest episode of On the Edge with Jay Jordan Hawke.
Were ancient legends about Stonehenge correct after all? Find out on this week's episode of On the Edge with Jay Jordan Hawke!
I'm honored to announce that Onwaachige the Dreamer was a finalist for the 2016 Rainbow Awards in the category of young adult fiction. I'm so happy that the series has connected so well with readers.
The Two Spirit Chronicles:
"This Is How It Ends starts off kind of like a typical young adult romance, with 15-year-old Billy Gunn and his best friend Rory Wilder spending their last days of summer together on a camping trip dreading having to go back to school. It’s an especially noteworthy trip for Billy, as he comes out to Rory, who he’s had a crush on since the two first met in 8th grade. Despite Rory being a conservative Baptist, Billy’s revelation isn’t exactly disastrous, which is pretty much the best you can expect in rural Mississippi. But still the world ends, just not metaphorically. And this is when the story veers from traditional romance."
Read my full review at Queer Sci Fi!!!
For this week's book at Queer Sci-Fi, I review Shaun Young's debut sci-fi novel, Castor.
"In the distant future, humans will make it beyond the solar system, but some will wish they hadn’t. Poor 16-year-old James Fisher survived an unimaginably brutal war on Earth, only to end up being shipped off in stasis to Castor, a colonized planet many light years away, and then had his organs ripped out and replaced so that he could survive on a hostile planet as a virtual slave to a plantation owner. Oh the life of a Half-Adapt war refugee."
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This week over at Queer Sci-fi, I look at award winning author Michael J. Bowler's poignant young adult horror novel, Spinner. Check it out!
For this week's review at Queer Sci-Fi, I take a look at Andrew Demcak's young adult sci-fi novel, A Little Bit Langston. Check it out!
Just posted my latest review over at Queer Sci-fi! This week I take a look at Gene Gant's, Lessons On Destroying the World. You'll never look at the Bible the same way again. Check it out!
Hey everyone! I have a new book review up this week at my favorite Sci-fi Blog. Last week, I reviewed Michael J. Bowler's, Children of the Knight, and this week I review Lou Hoffmann's fantastic young adult fantasy, The Key of Behliseth. Check it out!
Jay Jordan Hawke is the host of On the Edge and author of the awarding winning Two-Spirit Chronicles, which includes: Pukawiss the Outcast, A Scout is Brave, and Onwaachige the Dreamer.