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SOME BOOK COVERS REIMAGINED

I’ve said before on this blog that in my world book covers are kinda a big thing. I’ve poked and prodded the attempts of others, championing them as good or ghastly. 558 more words

My favourite SF writers

It’s been a couple of months since I last regaled you with my musings. I’ve been fairly busy giving lectures,¬†marking assignments,¬†and in gluttonous consumption of numerous books. 2,033 more words

Science Fiction

A SENSE OF WONDER edited by Sam Moskowitz

TITLE: A SENSE OF WONDER
EDITED BY: Sam Moskowitz
CATEGORY: Short Fiction
SUB-CATEGORY: Anthology
FORMAT: Hardback, 197 pages
PUBLISHER: Sidgwick & Jackson, London, 1967. 733 more words

SF Anthologies

Laura Reviews: John Wyndham

John Wyndham is one of the classic science-fiction authors that everyone should read. Even if you’re not really into science fiction, you’ll find his books engaging. 632 more words

Reviews

Project Hush-Hush - Here From Six

Prepare for one of the more odder entries, as I enter my own version of the twilight zone. Kind of.

Talking to Shaun last night about the ’60s and he expressed how odd he found it that I remembered so little about that time — even though I was born in ’72, a lot of the ’60s vibe still existed during my first few years and I should, really, has some idea about that time. 503 more words

Writing

Books Read in 2014 - 42. Chocky by John Wyndham


Genre: Dystopia
Narrative Style: First person, chronological
Rating 4/5
Published: 1970
Format: Kindle
Synopsis: When Matthew starts to communicate with an unseen being named Chocky, his parents are understandably worried.
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