Title: Idol Threat Author: Bryce Allen Publisher: Necro Publications And now for something completely different. I'm a fan of the weird, and the strange, most certainly the different, but the Bizarre (with a capital B) is a world and a genre I don't tend to dabble too much in. And from page one, Bryce Allen's … Continue reading Flash Review – Idol Threat, by Bryce Allen
Contributing Authors: Robert Walton, Rie Sheridan Rose, Adam S. Furman, Marcus Hansson, Catherine J. Cole, J.D. Graves, Jared Mason, David VonAllmen Cover Art: Luke Spooner Editors: Matthew X. Gomez, Cameron Mount I've been a fan of pulp adventure fiction since I was a kid. The stories of Robert E. Howard, Michael Moorcock, Fritz Leiber, Edgar … Continue reading Flash Review – Broadswords and Blasters, issue 6
Title: Midnight Blue, the Sonja Blue Collection Author: Nancy A Collins Publisher: White Wolf Publishing I did not realize until I started attempting to write this review just how close I was to these stories. I met Sonja Blue for the first time when I was a moody young wannabe pre-teen goth in the radical, … Continue reading The Punk Rock Queen of the Vampires – Midnight Blue, the Sonja Blue Collection by Nancy A Collins – A review, or, something like it.
After much thought, I've decided that I would very much like to begin pursuing becoming a more active reviewer in the writing community. Also, I enjoy being an active part of the writing/creative community, and hope that in some small way this will bolster and support it. In particular, I would like to focus on … Continue reading Open for Reviews
Title: Freeze Frame Revolution Author: Peter Watts Publisher: Tachyon Publications I was incredibly impressed, even enamored, by Watts' work of curious, consciousness-bending space horror Blindsight. So much so, that once I was done I discovered he had another book recently released and dove straight into it. In recent years I haven't read a whole lot … Continue reading Flash Review – Freeze Frame Revolution, by Peter Watts
This post is probably going to be a little bit all over this place, so bear with me. It's probably going to ramble quite a bit, so apologies. And I can't guarantee it won't go over long, so apologies again. So. The Weirdpocalypse is coming. After what feels like forever (and has, in fact, been … Continue reading The State of Things