Friday, August 12, 2016

The Speculative Fiction Cantina with Harry Heckel and Dina Rae

Today on the Speculative Fiction Cantina we are pleased to welcome writers Harry Heckel and Dina Rae.

Harry Heckel
Harry Heckel

Harry Heckel started by writing pen and paper roleplaying games before moving into novels. He’s co-authored two Space Wolf novels set in the Warhammer 40K universe as Lee Lightner, and currently is the co-author of The Charming Tales series from Harper Voyager under the name Jack Heckel. He has a few independent novels under his own name and still does freelance work for roleplaying, board game and miniature wargame companies. He lives in central Virginia with his wife, daughter and two crazy cats, Nebula and Quasar.

Harry's Books:

A Fairy-Tale Ending

The Pitchfork of Destiny 

HeroNet Files Vol. 1 – Hidden Strengths

Harry's Links:

Website 2
Blog 2

Dina Rae
Dina Rae

Dina Rae brings an academic element to her novels. Halo of the Nephilim, Halo of the Damned, The Last Degree, and Bad Juju weave research and suspense throughout the plots. Her short story, "Be Paranoid Be Prepared," is a prequel to The Last Degree, focusing on the James Martin character. Big Pharma, Big Agri, Big Conspiracy is Dina's first nonfiction work.

Dina lives with her husband, two daughters, and one dog outside of Dallas. She is a Christian, an avid tennis player, movie buff, teacher, and self-proclaimed expert on several conspiracy theories. She has been interviewed numerous times in e-zines, websites, blogs, newspapers, and radio programs. When she is not writing she is reading novels from her favorite authors Dan Brown, Stephen King, Brad Thor, George R.R. Martin, and Preston & Childs. She also enjoys reading about religion, UFOs, New World Order, government conspiracies, political intrigue, and other cultures. Her newest novel, The Best Seller, is released by Solstice Publishing.

Dina's Books:

The Best Seller

Big Agri, Big Pharma, Big Conspiracy 

Halo of the Nephilim

Dina's Links:


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