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Ender's Game

As a child, my favorite book in the world was Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card. I loved that book. Reading a story about a child forced to become an adult very quickly so he can lead an army in a war. 440 more words



I have mixed feelings on whether it is best to use a pen name or not.

On the one hand, I’m building a brand so I want to connect as much of my work to me as possible. 455 more words


Ender's Game (The Ender Quintet #1)

“Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card. Science Fiction. This book was okay. I know when I rated it on Goodreads and it went to my Facebook I had two reactions when I gave it a 3 out of 5. 285 more words

Book Review

Children of the Mind - Orson Scott Card

If you take a look at Goodreads you’ll either find a whole heap of 1-2 star ratings or 4-5 star ratings (well the ones that Goodreads deem to be popular, the actual breakdown isn’t that bad). 1,012 more words

Ender Wiggan

Children of the Mind - Orson Scott Card

Before I started reading “Ender’s Game” (which is book one of this series, to which “Children of the Mind” is book four), I had never read any science fiction in my life before. 496 more words



Yesterday, over beer and burgers, I got in a discussion with Savannah-based author James Caskey about our favorite time travel stories which prompted me to put together a list of essential novels in the genre. 1,837 more words

James Caskey

Book Review: Ender's Game

A long, long time ago in a not so distant galaxy, I was a very avid reader. I would constantly have a book in hand, whether fiction or nonfiction. 1,185 more words