Writers often talk about their inspiration, their process, their scheduling. But when writers talk about their tech there are few things they can describe.
A Bump in the Night, by Matt Hazel (illustrated by Danny MacDonald), tells the illustrated story of Danny, a young boy (with his cat) who must get ready for and finally go to bed. After getting ready and being tucked being in by mom, Danny and his cat close their eyes to go to sleep. […]
Rosalind Barden’s Sparky of Bunker Hill and the Cold Kid Case, is the first five star review I have given an indie author. To me, a five star review requires two things: the book delivers exactly as promised, and, 2) there are no glaring errors or deficiencies in the plot, characters, theme or tone to […]
Industrial spy Marlow Willard is tasked with his greatest challenge ever: steal the ingredients to create zombies from a crazed chef, gone mad with power in the wilds of British Columbia’s southwest. How hard is Willard willing to work to meet the wishes of his superiors? Does he have the strength and wits to defeat […]
For 17 days the future of Europe was held in the balance by the soldiers, sailors, and civilians of Kotlin island, who stood up to the growing Bolshevik tyranny that would one day become the Soviet Union. Their effort to change the course of the Russian revolution failed, but what if it had not?
Jeremy Dillon, who cannot recover from the loss of his wife. falls to drinking and seems on the path to losing everything. Then he meets someone who tells him of a way he might recover, by visiting the Dollmaker.
I don’t understand why anyone likes this story, or why anyone believes it is science fiction. So, in no particular order, here’s why Dune sucked:
Season 4? omfg…
Can Navi, a 12 year-old girl chosen by some force to save her people, understand the enigmatic and frightening warnings she is receiving? Or will some looming, yet unknown disaster bring the curtain down on the human race?
A wonderful little movie. A modern remake of Cyrano de Bergerac, where tragedy and loss are transformed into possibility.