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Storm Siren - A BookLook Book Review

There is just something magical about picking up a hardbound book, flipping the pages and touching their gritty texture and feeling the weight of words transfer into vivid imagery inside your head. 948 more words

The Darwin Elevator: A Review

The Darwin Elevator is the first book in Jason M. Hough’s Dire Earth Cycle series. It takes place in a future where most of the world’s population has succumbed to a disease that either kills or leaves a person in a “sub-human,” or zombie-like, state. 336 more words


Book Review: Ancillary Justice!

Ancillary Justice

First Impressions:

Gender, culture and religion. Mercy and Justice – mere moral codes or actual beings, ships that think, that have AIs (artificial intelligences), that love to sing and create and *gasp* have emotions and feelings – such as jealously, love and revenge. 521 more words

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New Kindle Book: Giant Land Octopus!

Giant Land Octopus

Yes its as preposterous as it sounds!

When there’s no more food in the ocean, it will feed on land!
15 years after a baby octopus is flushed down a toilet it suddenly returns to wreck havoc on a small Texas community. 60 more words

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Summer Writing Series: Sci-Fi Adventure

Summer Writing Series continues with a look at Science Fiction. John Steiner is an author at Melange Books. He will share his views on how he built the world for his Flipspace series. 1,021 more words


Humour in Writing - Darlene Jones

Humour can be different things to different people. It can be anything from a belly laugh and the giggles to a chuckle or a smile. As long as it makes us happy to some degree, humour is doing its job. 425 more words


Interview with ‘Tin Star’ YA & picture book author Cecil Castellucci

Cecil Castellucci is the author of books and graphic novels for young adults including ‘Boy Proof’, ‘The Plain Janes’, ‘First Day on Earth’, ‘Odd Duck’ and ‘Tin Star’.  886 more words