Charlie Says’ A Brief History of the Future (The Reader Discretion Advised Series): Vol.1. The Dolphin Dies is a world-creation combining fantasy and science fiction.
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 […]
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…
A wonderful little movie. A modern remake of Cyrano de Bergerac, where tragedy and loss are transformed into possibility.
The good news? Evil doesn’t die at the end, although we do lose some people getting there.
Very rarely does a sequel come a long to best its progenitor. Why? Well, it seems to me one reason is a lot of sequels try to ride the coat-tails of the original. But then you descend into a kind of formulaic presentation where you’ve basically already read the story, just some of the names […]