Wormholes and Swords is a blog dedicated to Science Fiction and Fantasy, with a bit of real world technical stuff thrown in from time to time. It is managed by T.D. Wilson, author of the Science Fiction book series, The Epherium Chronicles.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Book Links and Facebook

Book Links and Facebook

I wanted to let everyone know that I've added a widget to The Epherium Chronicles Facebook page to the blog.  Also, I have new pages for my books with all their buy links.  Crucible has pre-order links for several vendors now and I will update it as the release date closes in.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Great New X-Men: Days of Future Past Trailer

Great New X-Men: Days of Future Past Trailer

Great new trailer for the X-Men: Days of Future Past Trailer.  Dark look at the future.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Another Great Review for Embrace

One of the great ways to spread the word about your work is to put it into hands of honest reviewers who review lots of books and post their opinions daily.  The latest review of Embrace comes from Kathryn Svendsen at her blog at Shelf Full of Books.

Check out what she had to say.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Embrace's First Review

I noticed on Amazon that I have my first review for Embrace since it was released from my publisher, Carina Press, on March 3, 2014.  It seems I made a convert of a romance reader to a sci-fi enthusiast.  I'll chalk that one up in the win column, especially since my publisher specializes in romance.  :)

Anyway, here's what the review had to say, and I've posted a link to it below:

I strayed from my love of sappy romance novels to give this book a try. I was shocked about how fast the author sucked me into a new world, a world that I am impatiently awaiting the next in the series. I read from another reviewer that it would make a great television series and I would have to agree with that reviewer. The book can be very technical about the inner workings of how space travel and all the gadgets that go with it operate. Coming from a romance novel and current fiction reader, I had to stop and pause and think about what the author wrote instead of just flying through the book. I will recommend this book to all my past gamer and D&D friends that always spent late nights debating on how some books never gave enough details on how things could actually work. Great Book!

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

New Transformers: Age of Extinction Teaser

A new teaser trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction is out.  We get to see our first view of a Dinobot vs Autobot battle.  I hope the Dinobots live up to the hype for this film.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Today is Embrace's Release Day!

Today is March 3, 2014 and the official release date for The Epherium Chronicles: Embrace.  My publisher, Carina Press, has a blog that will have an entry from me about the book on March 5.  Here is the link: Carina Press Blog  Be sure to stop by and comment there and I will answer any questions.

For those who don't have them, here are the purchase links for Embrace.

It is also available on iBooks via Apple iTunes.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

The Official Back Cover Copy for Crucible

My publisher has released the official back cover copy for Crucible, book 2 of my sci-fi series, The Epherium Chronicles.  Take a look.

Book two of The Epherium Chronicles

January, 2155

Earth Defense Forces Captain James Hood is on the mission of his life. The Cygni solar system is just one space-fold jump away. One more jump and they'll have reached the fledgling colony that Earth desperately needs if the human race is going to survive. But a plot to derail him has already damaged his ship, threatened the lives of his crew and cost him time. Time the colonists might not have.

So much depends on him now, but Hood's confidence is shaken. It's self-doubt he thought he'd buried, a brutal mind-killer for all military commanders. Yet danger surrounds his team; a brutal insectoid alien race is still out there, intent on eradicating humans, and a greater threat from an unknown, elusive enemy has emerged.

The forces at work on Cygni are like nothing Hood has trained for, tactically or emotionally. When put to the test, he must choose to either trust the unlikeliest of allies, or run and seal the fate of the Cygni colony forever.