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About Paul Weimer (330 Articles)
Not really a Prince of Amber, but rather an ex-pat New Yorker that has found himself living in Minnesota, Paul Weimer has been reading SF and Fantasy for over 30 years and exploring the world of roleplaying games for over 25 years. Almost as long as he has been reading and watching movies, he has enjoyed telling people what he has thought of them. In addition to SF Signal, he can be found at his own blog, Blog Jvstin Style, Skiffy and Fanty, SFF Audio, Twitter, and many other places on the Internet!

BOOK REVIEW: Ascension by Jacqueline Koyanagi

REVIEW SUMMARY: An intriguing debut that brings characters and relationships all too absent in fiction front and center. MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Ship Surgeon Alana wants [...]

August 26, 2013 // 1 Comment

Book View Café Signs Deal with Audible

Book View Café has signed a deal with Audible. Press release follows: Related posts: Book View Café Announces Book View Press and First Title Book View Café Launches New [...]

August 22, 2013 // 0 Comments

Roll Perception Plus Awareness: 13th Age

Welcome back to Roll Perception Plus Awareness, a column about roleplaying games and their place in a genre reader’s and writer’s world. This time out, we stay near to [...]

August 15, 2013 // 1 Comment

BOOK REVIEW: The Woken Gods by Gwenda Bond

REVIEW SUMMARY: An engaging young adult novel that continues Bond’s facility for writing strong YA stories and characters MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Five years after [...]

August 13, 2013 // 0 Comments

BOOK REVIEW: Cold Steel by Kate Elliott

MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Cat seeks to rescue her lost husband and her cousin Bee seeks to bring revolution to Europa. MY REVIEW: PROS: Very satisfying denouements of [...]

July 3, 2013 // 0 Comments

MIND MELD: The Successors of Orwell’s 1984

[Do you have an idea for a future Mind Meld? Let us know!] This week, we decided to transcend Orwell by asking panelists to go beyond 1984. Q: Recent events have caused the [...]

July 3, 2013 // 10 Comments

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