Mike Shepherd Message Board
posts on 9/27/2006 10:30:36 PM
Does anyone know how to get to Sheperd's website? I wanted to look over his list a steps to take for promoting your novel.
posts on 6/13/2006 9:03:48 PM
I just finished the second of the Kris Longknife books. I was compelled to search for more information. I was so pleasantly surprised to discover that not just one more book, but two more books for me to enjoy. To say I was riveted would be an understatement. If there isn't one yet, I certainly hope for there to be a web site of yours to add to my favorites very soon. Please keep Kris' career going long and strong.
posts on 6/5/2006 10:20:24 PM
So... are you currently working on or even thinking of turning out more in the Kris Longknife series?
Do you have a website that will say if you are?
Ronan Wallis posts on 1/1/2006 3:35:30 PM
I must say you are a great climber and a good person to learn to climb with :)
A Howe posts on 12/8/2005 12:23:55 PM
I gust finished reading all three book out. I look for the next book to come out. The last I think covered what can go wrong in any armed service. Served 8 years in the Coast Guard.
Katherine Lazo posts on 2/17/2005 7:27:51 PM
Recently read the two Kris Longknife books. Thanks for several hours of enjoyment. I have to say the title originally turned me off Mutineer, even through it was recommended by Baen Barflies. It was only after I read a chapter or two at Powells that I decided to order the two. Got hooked by the action... and Kris.
When will the third book be out? I saw the cover art on Grimando's website and I'm looking forward to reading Relieved of Command. By the way, do you have a website? It would make finding news about your new books easier than pestering you, especially when your email addy (as listed in the books) doesn't seem to exist.
Evan Langan posts on 1/4/2005 7:59:43 PM
Liked the second book, though not as much as the first. It will be good to see Kris "in the navy" in book 3. I don't think the United Sentients or monarchy thing really works for me at this point. Perhaps the complexities of Wardhaven's role in this multi-planet polity will be fleshed out later. On a more mundane note - all your books need more destroyers; where are the tin cans, a navy's workhorse?
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.