Robert Charles Wilson's The Chronoliths was published in 2001 by Tor Books.
Here's a bit of information about Robert Charles Wilson:
Robert Charles Wilson is a Canadian science fiction author. He's the author of Spin and several other science fiction books. Click here to visit his official website.
And here's a description of The Chronoliths:
One day in Thailand, 21st-century slacker Scott Warden witnesses an impossible event: the violent appearance of a 200-foot stone pillar. Its arrival collapses trees for a quarter mile around its base. It appears to be composed of an exotic form of matter. And the inscription chiseled into it commemorates a military victory... sixteen years hence.
As more pillars arrive all over the world, all apparently from our own near future, a strange loop of causality keeps drawing Scott into the central mystery – and a final battle with the future.
A SHORT REVIEW OF ROBERT CHARLES WILSON'S THE CHRONOLITHS
Risingshadow has had the honour of interviewing Braxton A. Cosby.
Braxton A. Cosby is an American debut author. His debut book, ProtoStar, will be published in September 2011 by Firefly Publishing & Entertainment, LLC. It's the first book of the The Star-Crossed Saga. Click here to visit Braxton A. Cosby's official website.
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRAXTON A. COSBY
Terry J. Newman's debut book, Drayling, was published in March 2011 by Pen Press Publication.
Here's information about the author: Terry J. Newman lives with his wife in Sussex. He is a member of English Heritage, the National Trust, Brighton & Hove Albion Supporters' Club and Mensa.
Here's a description of Drayling:
Twenty-fifth century Drayling, and Britain as a whole, has benefited greatly from advances in technology and medical science, and life in the Graves' household, and in those of their friends and colleagues, is secure, clear and very content. The desire and need for clarity, truth and order has motivated communities to live in harmony, abandoning any potentially controversial aspects or ways of life, including all religions, in favour of a modern civilised society that upholds order, simplicity, honesty, love and honour as its ideals.
A REVIEW OF TERRY J. NEWMAN'S DRAYLING
Risingshadow has had the honour of interviewing Courtney Schafer.
Courtney Schafer is an American debut fantasy author, whose debut book, The Whitefire Crossing, was published in July/August 2011 by Night Shade Books. It's the first book of The Shattered Sigil series (the second book, The Tainted City, will be published in 2012). Click here to visit Courtney Schafer's official website.
AN INTERVIEW WITH COURTNEY SCHAFER
Braxton's A. Cosby's ProtoStar will be published in September 2011 by Firefly Publishing & Entertainment, LLC. It's the first book of the The Star-Crossed Saga.
Here's information about the author:
Braxton A. Cosby is a dreamer with a vision of continuously evolving and maximizing the untapped potential of the human genome. Braxton received a lot of his inspiration from watching the accomplishments and exploits of his famous uncle, comedic legend Bill Cosby. A physical therapist by background, Braxton received his Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate from the University of Miami. Braxton's fascination of science grew into an obsession of Sci-fi and on one unassuming Sunday this self-proclaimed romantic decided to pursue a 'calling' to create a new genre of writing.
Click here to visit Braxton A. Cosby's official website.
Here's a description of ProtoStar:
It Starts With Choice! What would you choose: love or irrefutable duty?
On the brink of Civil War, the Torrian Alliance continues with its mission to obliterate Star-children across the universe in order to suppress an intergalactic evil. Following the recommendations of his Council, King Gregorio Derry has agreed to send his only son on a mission to restore honor to his family. Bounty Hunter Prince William Derry has crossed thousands of light-years to planet Earth, in order to fulfill this age old prophetic practice. The quiet days of Madisonburg, Tennessee are officially over as Sydney Elaine now knows the full meaning of the phrase Be careful what you wish for when she is confronted by this strange visitor. As an unforeseeable event delays his assassination, William decides to study his target more closely and begins to form a connection with Sydney that challenges his inner being. But this conflict is the least of his problems, as a conspiracy back on his home planet Fabricius threatens the lives of those he loves and his father's royal legacy. Along with that, he must unravel a hidden menace here on Earth that seeks to secure a vested interest that threatens both his and Sydney's safety. Will William be able to complete his mission or will he choose love, sacrificing everything he stands for?
And here's the review:
A REVIEW OF BRAXTON A. COSBY'S PROTOSTAR