It has often been said that Steve Lazarowitz is the master of the plot twist and nothing reveals this more clearly than his books. From the fast-paced, outrageous adventures of Alaric Swifthand to the intricate intrigue of Reflections of a Recovering Servant, Lazarowitz defies you to figure out what is going to come next. Or try one of his popular anthologies; collections of stories that take your grey matter to the limit, as you attempt to navigate the twistings and turnings of fate that leave most readers bedazzled. Long after you've finished reading them, the plots and characters will dance in your mind, defying you to think at right angles to reality.
Whether he's writing fantasy or science fiction, Steve's books are fast-paced, action-packed, entertaining and just plain unpredictable. From his speculative fiction anthologies, to his tales of sword and sorcery (and everything between), expect to be entertained. You never know what you're getting into when a story starts, so don't try to figure it out. Just lean back and enjoy the ride!
Books by Steve Lazarowitz
Twisted Tails - One
GENRE: Science Fiction - Fantasy/SF
Consigned to Darkness
GENRE: Epic Fantasy
Reflections of a Reflection
Confronting the Void
GENRE: Science Fiction
THE CUP AND THE BUCKET
GENRE: New Age Non-Fiction
THE ABYSS: DARK ROMANCE ANTHOLOGY
GENRE: Dark Romance/Anthology
A CURE FOR THE COMMON CURSE
Cover by Deron Douglas (eBook) Cover Design by Kurt Ozinga (Paperback)
GENRE: Speculative Fiction/Anthology
Life is my major influence. I've lived many lives within this one. As a retail store manager, an amateur entomologist, a tarot reader in a tea room. From Brooklyn, New York to East Peoria, Illinois to Fresno, California to Moonah, Tasmania, I have traveled. I've crossed the country by car, plane and train at different times of my life. I've been to Costa Rica, the Cayman Islands, the Bahamas, England and now Tasmania, Australia. How can anything not influence an author?
I've been reading speculative fiction all my life. Here are some of my influences... Roger Zelazny, Piers Anthony, Lord of the Rings, my fifth grade teacher, my dad, Rod Serling, Star Trek, Knight Riders (NOT the television series), Calvin and Hobbes, WWF Wrestling, The Bronx Zoo, the American Museum of Natural History, the Smithsonian, managing a computer store, two divorces, three marriages, five sisters, my friend Paul, the wo7 countless movies, books and television series, the few times I've stared death in the face, the few times I got away with things, the many times I've paid for them, Styx (the rock group not the river), Zen (my pet savanah monitor lizard), Juanita (my pet amazon parrot), my step-daughter, my stepsons, my living reef tank, Josh Miller, who saved me by dying, the New York Yankees, September 11th, my father's death, writing full time, the time I killed a bird that was suffering. What hasn't influenced me?