It’s hit or miss picking books off a list of new releases. Sometimes you are just betting solely on whose PR person writes the better blurbs. With Wesley Chu’s “The Rise of Io”, however, the PR set the hook and Chu reeled me in. Continue reading Book Review: “The Rise of Io” by Wesley Chu is Great Fun
The fundamental problem with doing a feature on the new books released each month is that I come up with a handful… this month it’s 7… and there is no way that I can possibly read all of them. There are some really interesting books releasing this month. Have a look. Continue reading BOOKS: Spring Into Some Great March Sci-Fi Fantasy Releases
Now that our collective watching of season six has ended, there is a very large pointy-iron-throne-and-dragon-shaped hole in our hearts. There is nothing that will bring the next season any faster but here are some things that you can do to fill the time! The world of Thrones merchandise is almost as extensive as its lore. Only twelve months, roughly, until we are back in Westeros! We can do this.
A couple of weeks ago, two things happened almost simultaneously, as if by….magic. I found the recently released book, “All The Birds in The Sky” by Charlie Jane Anders, and I stumbled on SYFY’s new original show “The Magicians”. I plowed through both of them, which led to me being able to do something else new. For the first time ever, I am using the same paragraph to start two separate articles. Cross that baby off the bucket list.