Weird World War III Reviewed in Tangent

Kevin P. Hallett at Tangent Online just posted this very thoughtful review of Weird World War III today, which coincidentally is my birthday. You can check it out here.

“A fascinating way to see how different authors of speculative fiction approach a similar theme… This was an enjoyable collection of speculative fiction presenting several interesting takes on WWIII scenarios between the US and Russia. The overall quality was high.”

Kevin P. Hallett in Tangent Online

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Weird World War III: To-Date Promotional Summary: November 13th Update

Here’s a cumulative summary of all the promotional activity I’ve compiled as of November 13, 2020. The additions this week are my interviews on Coast to Coast AM as well as a promotional spot by Baen Books and an interview of Erica L. Satifka by the good people at Podside Picnic.

So far, Weird World War III has garnered media appearances in the following formats:

  • 15 Radio / Podcast / Video Interviews
  • 2 Written Interviews
  • 6 Features or Blog Posts
  • 2 Reviews
  • 2 Think Pieces
  • 1 Ad
  • 63 Blog Posts on Through a Glass Darkly

More specifically, Weird World War III has been mentioned or appeared in the below formats and venues:

Podcasts / Interviews (Video or Radio)

Interviews / Profiles (Online)

Features / Mentions

Reviews

Think Pieces

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Weird World War III: To-Date Promotional Summary: November 6th Update

In the next week, I have one more appearance:

  • November 8th: Coast to Coast AM, which has a weekly audience of 2.75 million. I’ll be appearing from midnight to 2 a.m. Pacific Time. Fun times!

Otherwise, here’s a cumulative summary of all the promotional activity I’ve compiled as of November 5, 2020. The only additions this week are my interview on Chatting with Sherri and a Weird World War III review by Papa Pat Rambles.

So far, Weird World War III has garnered media appearances in the following formats:

  • 13 Radio / Podcast / Video Interviews
  • 2 Written Interviews
  • 6 Features or Blog Posts
  • 2 Reviews
  • 2 Think Pieces
  • 59 Blog Posts on Through a Glass Darkly

More specifically, Weird World War III has been mentioned or appeared in the below formats and venues:

Podcasts / Interviews (Video or Radio)

Interviews / Profiles (Online)

Features / Mentions

Reviews

Think Pieces


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Weird World War III: To-Date Promotional Summary: October 30th Update

In the next week, I have two more appearances:

  • November 5th: The Chatting with Sherri podcast.
  • November 8th: Coast to Coast AM, which apparently has a weekly audience of 2.75 million. I’ll be appearing from midnight to 2 a.m. Pacific Time. Fun times!

Otherwise, here’s a cumulative summary of all the promotional activity I’ve compiled as of October 30, 2020. The major additions are my interviews on the Baen Free Radio Hour (I’ve since shorn the Grizzly Adams beard) and The Veteran’s Show on WLMR Radio-DB as well as a Weird World War III review by Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine. So far, Weird World War III has garnered media appearances in the following formats:

  • 12 Radio / Podcast / Video Interviews
  • 2 Written Interviews
  • 6 Features or Blog Posts
  • 1 Review
  • 2 Think Pieces
  • 53 Blog Posts on Through a Glass Darkly

More specifically, Weird World War III has been mentioned or appeared in the below formats and venues:

Podcasts / Interviews (Video or Radio)

Interviews / Profiles (Online)

Features / Mentions

Reviews

Think Pieces


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Weird World War III Reviewed in Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine

The November / December issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine contains a nice little review of Weird World War III. You can check it out here.

“The stories go off in all directions. Torgersen’s ‘All Quiet on the Phantom Front’ involves NATO forces who cast a magic spell that goes wrong; John Langan’s ‘Second Front’ brings World War III to the Moon; Shoemaker’s ‘The Ouroboros Arrangement’ provides a quantum physics explanation for why the Cold War didn’t turn Hot. The other stories are all equally interesting, ranging from hard SF to magical fantasy to dark horror-adjacent tales.”

Don Sakers in Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine

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