thank's. you're wrong about colin lol yes , must of them are thrillers but the last ones from tweed are very speculative in science. how about andy
mcdermott? also ben hale? clive cussler? drew Chapman? h paul honsinger? jack j. lee? mark wayne mcginnis? marko kloos? matthew reilly? mike maden? nathaniel rich? rick gualtieri? thomas greanias? vaughn heppner?
some of them just have one or two books.they are new writers and are most on kindle i think. but others are renowed writers :) take a look when you can :) that's my list for now but i'm always looking lol :)
fernando wrote: some of them just have one or two books.they are new writers and are most on kindle i think. but others are renowed writers :) take a look when you can :) that's my list for now but i'm always looking lol :)
Thanks for the author list! We'll check them out.
By the way, if you want to add a book to our database, here's a page where you can do it:
Edit: At this moment these authors have been added to the database: Nathaniel Rich, Marko Kloos, H. Paul Honsinger, Ben Hale, Jack J. Lee, Mark Wayne McGinnis, Rick Gualtieri and Vaughn Heppner.
Edit 2: Although certain books by Matthew Reilly, Andy McDermott and Thomas Greanias are borderline cases (ie. they're not exactly speculative fiction, but thrillers and adventure books with a few speculative fiction elements), they have been added to the database.
Could you add X-Files graphic novels, collected issues, (by IDW) X-Files season 10 vol. 1, vol, 2 & vol. 3 to database? Vol 4 is forthcoming IMO... I was trying to add 'em myself but always got message "something went wrong" even if I checked and double checked all the image file sizes, formats, etc... Any ideas what I have been doing wrong? Or is it just some system glitch?
Also the Serenity graphic novels (by Dark Horse comics)are missing from database
Book 1, Serenity: Those left behind
Book 2, Better Days and Other Stories
Book 3, The Shepherd's Tale
Book 4, Leaves on the Wind
thx again! =)
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