Posts by Jay Sandlin

ManyBooks.Net: Space Police Files– REVIEW

Editorial Review: Space Police Files by Jay Sandlin Posted on 18th of July, 2020 by Samantha Ann Rainbow Space Police Files takes the concept of a police files special and makes it intergalactic with a wide cast of characters from different species, planetary plots, and good ol’ fashioned departmental politics. This raucous collection of case files from outer space spans a huge range of story styles, from conspiracy laced capitalist nightmare worlds to sentient clouds of gas with no social skills. Jay Sandlin manages to successfully mix dark humor, social commentary, and well-loved sci-fi tropes. 
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Podcast: Don’t Have a Cow!

Hear about the rising number of Covid tests in Shortlandia as a carnival takes place at the same time. Kevin & Kevin from Gutting the Sacred Cow podcast discuss their favorite films and if Alita: Battle Angel is box office brilliance or a steaming turd.
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Book Review: Space Police Files

Thanks to Lizzy Writes Reviews for her review of my book Space Police Files! What did she have to say? 🧐 "I just finished reading Space Police Files by Jay Sandlin and… wow! It’s been a long time since I’ve read a traditional science fiction book and even longer since I, ya know, *liked* it.
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New Release: False Edicts!

False Edicts is an irreverent piece of comedic satire, placing the modern American political arena against the backdrop of Ancient Rome. The leader of this bungling senate appears very familiar, with orange skin and a terrible hairline, shouting down every story against him as “False Edicts!" as he attempts to make Rome great again. Follow the chaos as other Senators attempt to elicit truths when a plague runs rampant throughout the Roman Empire.
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