Thursday, November 8, 2012

DAX RIGBY, WAR CORRESPONDENT Receives a 5.0 Stars Review

I'm happy to announce that Rochelle Weber gave my SF adventure/romance/suspense/ mystery Dax Rigby, War Correspondent a 5.0 Stars Review.  Rochelle writes:

This is a page-turner.  The action starts the minute Dax’s boots hit dirt on the planet Arcadia, and it doesn’t stop.  Almost everyone is a suspect, and it’s difficult to tell reality from hallucination at times.

From the author: This novel, published by MuseItUp Publishing, features a tropical mysterious planet with two alien races; a murderous conspiracy and a hidden killer; an amorous pilot with her sights set on Dax whose girl is located back home on Earth 90,000 long light-years away, a bitter war on Earth between East and West and much more.
Readers can read Rochelle Weber's full review at her site, Rochelle's Reviews:

Length:  250
Price:  $5.95


Friday, November 2, 2012

I've Just Published My Second Audiobook

                                                       by John B. Rosenman                           

My second SF/ Adventure /Romance audiobook Beyond Those Distant Stars was and is published by Mundania Press as a trade paperback and in various e-formats, and last month it was released by as an audiobook.  I invite all readers to check out a short free reading sample from my novel at the site below. 

Just type my name in the Keyword search box in the upper left corner and it should take you to the novel.  In the short sample, Stella McMasters, the heroine, finds herself in a deadly crisis.  If you get the chance, drop me a line at my blog and tell me what you think, good or bad. (

My first audiobook, A Senseless Act of Beauty, is my 115,000 word SF Action/Adventure Romantic Epic partly inspired by the fifties movies classic Forbidden Planet.  Boy, I always get a rush and feel a bit pompous when I describe a novel I've written as an epic.  It's published by Dave Wilson's Crossroad Press, and he's the prime mover along with the superb reader B. J. Harrison, who picked it out of many others.  Same drill.  Use the search box and let me know what you think. I hope to learn from your comments. Much obliged, gentle readers.