Author M.L.S. Weech reviewed The Warden of Everfeld: Memento on his blog. Our favorite line: “This world has an obvious depth that can only be achieved through meticulous worldbuidling and attention to detail.” Book Review: The Warden of Everfeld: Memento by Steven D’Adamo – 1/23/2019, MLSWeech.WordPress.com
Austin L. Wiggins wrote a wonderful review of WoEM on his blog. Our favorite line: “This book is deeply layered and impressively self-accurate.” The Warden of Everfeld: Memento, A Book Review – 10/24/2018, WritingsByEnder.com
New Fantasy Novel Explores How Two People Find Meaning in their War-Torn Society – 7/18/2018, PRWeb.com
10 Fantasy Readers Will Win New E-Book in Evening Satellite Giveaway – 2/15/2018, PRWeb.com
Listen to Steven D’Adamo talk about his writing projects and world-building on the “Thrills & Mystery” podcast hosted by J. David Core: http://bit.ly/2lwZD0E – 1/1/2018
New Fantasy and Sci-Fi Novels on the Horizon for Author-Owned Imprint – 4/25/2017, PRWeb.com
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Evening Satellite Publishing is a publishing imprint focusing on fantasy and sci-fi novels and short stories. We want to tell stories that take our readers on adventures through worlds fantastic and unfamiliar.
Friends and mutual creative muses Steven D’Adamo and Jessie Gutierrez founded Evening Satellite Publishing to be able to share their stories beyond their close circle of friends and family.
Formerly known as Red String PaperCuts, our blog is an open and collaborative space for writers to share their work. Thought pieces, poems, letters, short stories, reviews, critiques, essays, articles, rants — bring ’em on. We’ll happily take submissions from writers trying to spread their creative wings (or online footprints).
Please note that as an independent imprint run by two people, we are not equipped to accept novel queries or publish on behalf of other authors.
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