If “Stranger Things,” “Maximum Ride,” and “Fahrenheit 451,” had a baby in a world where mega-corporations owned everything you just might get “Knight in Paper Armor,” by Nicholas Conley.
Do you remember the 1st time you read a book like Animal Farm or 1984 where you got wrapped up entirely in the story and then about halfway through you were hit with just how big the real-world under-current in the story is? That’s how I felt reading, […]
You know what’s a terrible idea? Reviewing the 2nd book in a series when you haven’t read book 1 and 1.5. You get all the recap spoilers and jump into the drama mid-story. I don’t recommend it. This is exactly what happened when I went to read “Scepter […]
About the Crimson Inkwell The Crimson Inkwell, written by Kenneth A. Baldwin is about Luella Winthrop, a female journalist in the Victorian era who starts chasing stories to save her newspaper only to end up following a dangerous path. In this world of Gaslamp Fantasy women were not […]
A short film that is visually beautiful and sharply brutal in equal measures.
An Old Woman. Alone. At night. What could possibly go wrong? I recently had the pleasure of watching a short film directed by Joshua Giuliano called, “Grandma’s House.” And it was… fantastic. So let me share a few thoughts with you. And I promise, I’ll try really hard […]
I feel like (now that it’s mid January…) I’m finally getting back into the groove of things. However, before I really dive back in, I wanted to take a moment to collect my thoughts and get things back in order. I also wanted to let you know what […]
Pretty Deadly by Kelly Sue Deconnick and Emma Rios The Army of Darkness by Cullen Bunn and Larry Watts Hack Slash by Tim Seeley, Stefano Caselli and Emily Stone Constantine by Ray Fawkes and Juan Ferreyra Slay Ride by Alex Di Campi and R.M. Guera Super-Duper Awesomesauce Tour […]