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Review: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was dreamt up by an eighteen-year-old Shelley after listening to a rigorous debate about moldy cheese between her husband and colleague Lord Byron. 488 more words


Behemoth #1 – Review

Upon downloading Behemoth #1 from comiXology today I found myself completely taken in by the world Christopher Kipiniak and J.K. Woodward have created…

Chapter 1 – “THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE” 352 more words


Mary Shelley - Frankenstein

Review date: Feb 2013

Rating: ****

Given the local connection to Mary Shelley (she is apparently buried in St Peter’s Church in Bournemouth)
(Ed- Poole/Bournemouth is home and where this was read!) I’ve always wanted to read Frankenstein.

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PR for Almost Invincible

I have been on the campaign trail since Almost Invincible was released almost a year ago. During this time I have been fortunate enough to be featured in many wonderful publications, as well as a variety of appearances in public forums, radio and web. 10 more words

Mary Shelley

The Great Villain Blogathon: Frankenstein and His Monster

There are some characters who, despite how old they are, despite how long ago their story began, always seem current, characters who we are constantly finding new ways to re-imagine. 904 more words

Part Time Monster

Science Fiction History Theatre

Welcome to Science Fiction Sunday*, friends and dear readers. Today, I plan to start a new segment: Science Fiction History Theatre. During these segments I will be giving brief highlights from the history of science fiction instead of a review. 391 more words

Sci Fi

The funniest video I've seen today!

Big kudos to my classmates who are the creator of this video (One is Bella) :D Figured it was relevant for the blog since it is about authors :P Enjoy!

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