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Larry Correia

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Larry Correia is hopelessly addicted to two things, guns and B-horror movies. He is part owner of FBMG (Fuzzy Bunny Movie Guns), a business specializing in firearms and movie props. He shoots competitively and is a certified concealed weapons instructor. He resides in Utah with his very patient wife and family.

Genres: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, Science Fiction
Series contributed to
   Into the Storm (2013)
   Called to Battle, Volume 1 (2013) (with Erik Scott de Bie, Orrin Grey and Howard Tayler)
   Into the Wild (2016)
Iron Kingdoms Excursions: Season One
   2. Iron Kingdoms Excursions: Season One, Volume Two (2014) (with William Shick and Howard Tayler)
   4. Iron Kingdoms Excursions: Season One, Volume Four (2014) (with Darla Kennerud and Douglas Seacat)
   6. Iron Kingdoms Excursions: Season One, Volume Six (2014) (with Erik Scott de Bie and Michael G Ryan)
   Iron Kingdoms Excursions: Season One Collection (2014) (with Erik Scott de Bie, Orrin Grey, Darla Kennerud, Aeryn Rudel, Michael G Ryan, Douglas Seacat, William Shick and Howard Tayler)
Anthologies edited
John W. Campbell Best Book nominee (2011) : Monster Hunter International
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2014) : Warbound

Larry Correia recommends
Bad Penny (2013)
(Frank Shaw, book 1)
John D Brown
Witchy Eye (2017)
(Witchy Eye, book 1)
D J Butler
"Excellent book. I am impressed by the creativity and the depth of the world building. Dave Butler is a great storyteller."
War and Craft (2017)
(American Craftsman, book 3)
Tom Doyle
"A cool, original take on old school magic."
Sins of Her Father (2018)
(Brother's Keeper , book 2)
Mike Kupari
"Mike Kupari is an awesome storyteller."
Primordial Threat (2018)
(Exodus , book 1)
M A Rothman
"For nail-biting science fiction thrillers, look no further than one of Rothman's stories. Sit back and enjoy the ride."
Invisible Wars (2019)
Larry Correia and Mike Kupari
"A gun person who likes science fiction-or, heck, anyone who likes science fiction-will enjoy(his books)..."
A Terrible Fall of Angels (2021)
(Zaniel Havelock, book 1)
Laurell K Hamilton
"Zaniel Havelock is a great character, part tough guy detective, part speaker to angels, in a setting where the powerful beings from every religion aren't just real, but actively messing with people's lives. It's a great ride. In a world where angels and demons walk openly among mankind, it takes a special kind of cop to solve paranormal crimes. Havoc is the man."
Valhellions (2022)
(Knight Watch, book 2)
Tim Akers
"Buckle up and get ready for a fun ride."
Cold as Hell (2022)
(Black Badge, book 1)
Rhett C Bruno and Jaime Castle
"A badass supernatural western...It's like the Witcher goes to Tombstone."

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