Author Archives: Jessi L. Roberts

About Jessi L. Roberts

I live and work on my family’s cattle ranch in eastern Montana. I have a flock of chickens, a hyper golden retriever, some cows, and a few horses. I enjoy fantasy and science fiction and my head is full of wild sci-fi story ideas, some involving apocalypses and others involving aliens. I have been published twice in Havok Magazine, an imprint of Splickity.

Cake Flavored Book Tag

Keturah didn’t even tag me, but this looked fun, so I’m doing it.   1. Chocolate Cake (a dark book you absolutely love) For me, if a book’s dark, it’s likely dark because it’s dealing with something real, so I’d … Continue reading

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Thirteen Ways Star Wars Rebels Outdid the Sequels

While I did enjoy watching the two sequel Star Wars movies, I’ve felt they’re lacking compared to the originals, and in some ways, even lacking in comparison to Star Wars Rebels. While Rebels has some of its own problems, I … Continue reading

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Author Interview Heather Halverstadt

Tell us a little about yourself. I’m a Christian science fiction writer. I’m also a book blogger- I do speculative fiction reviews from a Christian perspective on my public FB site, H. Halverstadt Books. What are you currently excited about? … Continue reading

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2017 Wrap Up

Last year, I finished the second draft of The Black Claw, and it’s now ready for beta readers. It’s a sequel to Hand of Steel, so I can’t say much about it without giving away the ending to HoS. I will say … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Button Girl

When Repentance refused to button because she doesn’t want to give birth to sons who will be slaves for the overlords, she’s taken to a land of ice and sold, along with the man she was supposed to button, the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Destiny Trilogy

Xander has no memory of who she was before being rescued from a wrecked spaceship, she doesn’t even know if the name on her jacket is hers. All she knows is things aren’t the way they should be. People are … Continue reading

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Black Friday ebook Deal

Because I like to support authors, I’m putting out this message. Later this week, there are going to be some good ebook deals. Indie Christian Books will have some Black Friday deals for you. From Nov 24th through Nov 30th, a … Continue reading

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In Which I Fangirl about Sanderson

Before I get started, I’ve updated the fan art page with two new pieces. Some of you may have noticed I’ve been reading a lot of Brandon Sanderson. I first read his YA novel Steelheart and quickly consumed the rest … Continue reading

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Blog Tour Interview with Bryan Davis

Today, I’m participating in a blog tour for Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World so I’ll be interviewing Bryan Davis. Bryan Davis has been instrumental in my writing journey and is always willing to help beginning writers. There are … Continue reading

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Pick Your Apocalypse

Here are my lists of potential apocalypses and the media that portrays them. Alien Invasion This would be the one I’d prefer if I got to pick. They tend to take out landmarks in the movies, but rarely bother small … Continue reading

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