wonder & glory foreverBooksreviews
January 20, 2021

Review – Wonder & Glory Forever Ed. by Nick Mamatas

Wonder & Glory Forever has some utterly brilliant short fiction in it. In a subgenre of a subgenre, Lovecraftian fiction can become simple pastiche
remote controlBooksreviews
January 19, 2021

Review – Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor

Remote Control is a beautifully written story. It is full of so much joy, love, and power, and by the end of it, there is some resolution, although it might…
the standBooksfirst chapter, first paragraph
January 19, 2021

First Chapter, First Paragraph – The Stand by Stephen King

The Stand, "This is the way the world ends: with a nanosecond of computer error in a Defense Department laboratory and a million casual contacts that form the links in…
made thingsBooksreviews
January 18, 2021

Review – Made Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Made Things is an interesting novella writer by master writer Adrian Tchaikovsky.
wishing well#musicmonday
January 18, 2021

#MusicMonday Wishing Well by Terence Trent D’arby

#musicmonday Wishing Well by Terence Trent D'Arby "Kissing like a bandit stealing time Underneath the sycamore tree"
house in the cerulean seaBooksreviews
January 16, 2021

Review – House In the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

Even fans of the darkest fantasy will be moved by the gorgeous prose of House in the Cerulean Sea.
walking in aldebaranBooksinterview
January 15, 2021

Interview – Adrian Tchaikovsky

Arthur C. Clarke and BSFA award-winning author Adrian Tchaikovsky interviewed with me about his upcoming releases, his penchant for role-playing, acting, and stage fighting.
mile 81Booksreviews
January 14, 2021

Review – Mile 81 by Stephen King

Mile 81 is Stephen King's terrifying short story about a rest stop and a mysterious car. Frankly, at this point nothing is safe, not even a regular broke down car…