Interview: David Lee Summers of Hadrosaur Productions

Everyone, please welcome author, editor, & publisher David Lee Summers to Dab Of Darkness once again. This time, he graces us with his knowledge on publishing, small presses, and the mysterious hadrosaur mascot of Hadrosaur Productions. 1) Often in the publishing world, we see that cover art and even illustrations may be wide interpretations of … Continue reading Interview: David Lee Summers of Hadrosaur Productions

Dab of Darkness Expands

2012 ended on an exceedingly good note for Dab of Darkness, which got mentioned on a SF Signal podcast (Episode 170). Thank you everyone who had a hand in that, especially Lady Dark Cargo and Little Red Reviewer. Since 2010, I have been writing for Dark Cargo, and once I started up my review blog, … Continue reading Dab of Darkness Expands

A Rope of Thorns by Gemma Files

Why I Read It: To Feed The Need - my Gemma Files addiction. Where I Got It: From the publisher through Audiobook Jukebox (thanks!) Who I Recommend This To: If your into sexy westerns, with some witch craftery thrown in, this is for you. Narrator: Gordon MacKenzie Publisher: Iambik Audio (2012) Length: 12 hours 59 … Continue reading A Rope of Thorns by Gemma Files

Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch

Why I Read It: Book 1, The Lies of Locke Lamora,  was excellent and we also did a readalong on Darkcargo.com. Where I Got It: Used paperback from Amazon.com. Who I Recommend This To: Anyone who enjoys a great pirate adventure, with cats, assassins, mist creatures, and impatient military leaders. Publisher: Bantam Dell (2007) Length: … Continue reading Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch