Friday, January 3, 2014

Six Gun Tarot Review at Buzzy Mag

The good people at Buzzy Mag have published another review I wrote for them. The first two paragraphs and a link to the article is below. While you are there check out their site. It's a pretty awesome site with lots of cool links and they give away free stuff from time to time.

Also for fiction writers, they have just raised their pay rates to $.10/word.

 A rootin'-tootin'-shootin'-cthulhun' good time. Or maybe I should say yippie-r'lyeh. I'm all for mixing genres and shattering barriers between them. But if the mixture isn't balanced the whole thing quickly becomes hard to digest.

We start our adventure in 1869 as Jim and his horse, Promise, struggle to make it through the desert. Trailing behind him (and trailing behind each of the characters as we meet them) is a heavy dollop of exposition. The half Indian Sheriff's deputy, Mutt, saves Jim from the desert only to bring him to Golgotha, a town where all kinds of weird things happen and people seem to pretty much take it in stride. Chaos breaks out and we meet the Sheriff, who can't die, and a banker's wife who is part of a secretly trained sect that has all kinds of assassin-type skills. There are a few other characters that unfortunately become viewpoint characters later...(more)

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