Get your year started right by making your resolution and sticking to it! Get to work on making your dreams a reality like me–or, just spend the day getting over that hangover from last night’s excitement. Either way, be sure to return next week for my first real post of 2021!
Don’t waste your time browsing the web today: Have a lovely warm holiday with friends and relatives! (And be sure to check back here on January 8, 2021!)
The book is always better. That’s what they say, anyway, and for the most part I agree. There isn’t much that the big screen can do that the pages of a book and a little imagination can’t do better. That said, movies do serve their purpose, as I intend to outline here.
Have a wonderful day with family and friends, and don’t overstuff yourself too much.
What is the difference between Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Lord of the Rings? It’s a common enough question (among a few folks, anyway) with a common enough set of answers. To some, there is no difference: both are speculative fiction (i. e. deal with made-up worlds and situations). To other, more devout followersContinue reading “Sci-Fi or Fantasy: The Fine Line Between Genres”
August was a month of constant activity, culminating in the publication of my debut novel, Sauragia, halfway through. Additionally, I made progress on another story rough draft for an anthology I’ve been working on since April.
Good day all! As those of you who’ve been watching closely may know, my debut novel, Sauragia, has been going on sale for pre-order in various venues over this past week or so. To celebrate the occasion, I’m offering 25% off from today until October 23rd on e-book editions from most of my distributors! ThisContinue reading “Pre-Order Sale on E-Books!”
Greetings fellow authors and avid readers alike! My name is J. S. Allen. I am an author based out of Kansas City, MO. My interests cover a broad spectrum of subjects, though my specialty is novel-length sci-fi/fantasy (particularly that involving anthropomorphic animals). In nonfiction, I tend to stick to ancient and military history, as wellContinue reading “Introducing J.S.A. Books!”