Author's details

Name: James Knapp
Date registered: April 8, 2011
URL: http://www.james-knapp.com


I am an author of Science Fiction, Horror and Urban Fantasy

Latest posts

  1. Adventures in ACX — November 25, 2015
  2. Portrayal Does Not Equal Endorsement — October 28, 2015
  3. Readers (and book bloggers) are just the best — June 4, 2015
  4. Alice in No-Man’s-Land — May 15, 2015
  5. Perspective (Part 2) — November 4, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. State of Decay Makes Short List for Philip K. Dick Award — 8 comments
  2. Girl Power — 6 comments
  3. SFWA — 5 comments
  4. Portrayal Does Not Equal Endorsement — 4 comments
  5. Like a comet through the blogosphere… — 4 comments

Author's posts listings

Nov 25

Adventures in ACX


It’s official – both The Burn Zone and Alice in No-Man’s-Land are getting audiobooks!  I’m very excited about this and am so glad to be working with both narrators – Jeannie Lin (who is narrating The Burn Zone) and Miette Deschenes (who is narrating Alice).  They’ve both submitted their first 15 minutes or so and …

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Oct 28

Portrayal Does Not Equal Endorsement

This is a topic that’s been on my mind ever since I first began writing, really, and certainly ever since I was first published. With books out in the wild you get all sorts of people reading your work, and those people come from all walks of life, backgrounds, etc. Every reader brings their own …

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Jun 04

Readers (and book bloggers) are just the best


So, Alice in No-Man’s-Land has been out for a week or two now.  It hasn’t jumped to the top of the NYT Bestseller list of course, but it’s getting a very good response so far.  More or less everything has gone about as I expected so far – the ‘having to coordinate everything yourself’ part, …

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May 15

Alice in No-Man’s-Land


Okay, it’s official – my latest novel is out in the wild! The book is called Alice in No-Man’s-Land, and you can learn more about it by clicking on the cover image below:   I’m going to be up front about this right off the bat; this particular novel was not picked up by a …

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Nov 04

Perspective (Part 2)


Part 1 can be seen HERE. Well, it’s been four years or so since I became a sponsor for Fatou Cham, who lives in The Gambia. The Gambia is located in Western Africa, but from what I’ve been able to figure out the region is mercifully free from Ebola, and Fatou is still doing well. …

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Feb 04

FALLOUT has Launched!

FALLOUT, sequel to THE BURN ZONE, has officially launched!  I hope that you enjoy this installment of the Haan series, in which the status quo (such as it was) begins to get upended and the story grows in scope.  In THE BURN ZONE, Sam learned a lot about the Haan that she’d never suspected but …

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Jan 25



[tminus t=”+2014-02-04 12:00:00″/]   PRE-ORDER NOW    Sequel to THE BURN ZONE

Jun 03

Balticon 2012


Well, a year has passed since I won the Compton Crook and got to be the GoH at Balticon 2011.  With that honor came a second honor, and that was being invited back again this year as one of the GoH to present the award to this year’s winner.  This year, the winner was T.C. …

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May 29

Guest Post and Giveaway over at The Bookish Brunette


Ok, a Balticon write up is coming but I’m playing catch-up now that I’m back.  Until then, head on over to the Bookish Brunette to check out my guest post, and for a chance to win an entire signed trilogy from your’s truly.  You can do both by clicking the link below, or the image …

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Apr 02

Girl Power

tapping out in 3...2...

I never set out to make most of my protagonists female, it just kind of turned out that way.  When you look at the Revivors series, you could say the ‘main’ protagonist (Nico Wachalowski) and the ‘main’ antagonist (Samuel Fawkes) are both male but the story is told from four viewpoints and Nico shares the …

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