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The sand felt sharp, like grains of glass slicing through skin, causing blood to drip over the desert floor. On the horizon an animal was silhouetted against the rising star. 115 more words

Flash Fiction

Stake Land (2010)

If you like your vampire films rare and bloody, then Stake Land is for you. Rare in that there isn’t a conventional fanged fiend in sight. 949 more words



Kindred by Octavia E. Butler

Kindred is a book that has been recommended to me a lot over the years and is generally considered to be one of the best examples of time travel in a novel. 584 more words

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Book Review: Cress

Author: Marissa Meyer

Page Count (Paperback): 550

Synopsis: Cress, the hacker for Queen Levana, daydreams from her satellite of going to Earth. When Cinder’s mission to rescue her goes awry, her team is split between two planets, and they must race against the clock to get back together in time to save Emperor Kai from his impending nuptials. 411 more words

Book Blogger

(Fiction) Samizdat

“I’d like to make a collect call to a solo register.”

“Name, please.”

“Samizdat Kellner.”


Asta la vista, baby.”

It was her eighth attempt to guess Semmi’s new passphrase—assuming he hadn’t deleted his account entirely. 1,724 more words


Waiting on Wednesday – Colonyside by Michael Mammay

Welcome to my weekly segment, Waiting on Wednesday, where I look at upcoming books that I am planning to order and review in the next few months and which I think I will really enjoy.   819 more words

Science Fiction

Frankenstien (was evil).

River poses with the book

I have never seen any version of ‘Frankenstein.’ But the book version is the one people reference when giving their opinion on the ‘evil Frankenstein’ so, the book is my first impression of him. 2,184 more words

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