Spartak tells his own story in this two book series. This future-history lets you ponder the world we are creating for our children while enjoying a “Swashbuckling thriller,” as one reviewer put it. And it is reassuring to know that there are still heroes, even in 2116.
A fascinating web site focused on speculative fiction and science fiction has featured Chronicles of Spartak: Freedom’s Hope. The site specializes in books with LGBTQ protagonists and it’s name is delicious: QueerSciFi.com Great colors and design with worlds beyond full of possibilities. The group seeks to promote new voices in literature and help serious writers, […]
The Chronicles of Spartak–Rising Son is based on our world not a galaxy far far away. No Chewbaccas or vampires. Reality is scary enough. On one level, the novel is an action adventure with a bisexual protagonist set a century out in San Francisco. Yet it is also intended as a commentary on political and […]
Librarians were right. So was your high school English teacher. A Yale University study proves, or at least suggests, that reading is good for you. In fact, reading books thirty minutes a day can extend your life two years. Spartak Jones, shown here in his personal library, is an avid reader. He is typical of […]