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Tim Waggoner, Dark and Distant Voices review

Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh

Tim Waggoner’s Dark and Distant Voices: A Story Collection is quite the short story collection. Bizarre, weird, and utterly intriguing the stories found here will get under your skin. 317 more words

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Where Nightmares Come From Review

Review copy provided in exchange for an honest review

Where Nightmares come from breaks down the how-to components of writing and what it takes to write a terrific book. 900 more words


Review: Valhalla (Stargate SG-1 #14) by Tim Waggoner

I enjoyed this book more than I otherwise might have, reading it so soon on the heels of watching Thor: Ragnarok in theaters. Any Stargate reading for me is a visit to a world I love, and this was a solid, though not necessarily memorable, entry into the media tie-in offerings for this world. 210 more words


Book review--It's a different kind of British spy in Tim Waggoner's novelization of Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Review by C.J. Bunce

What shines through in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Tim Waggoner‘s novelization of this summer’s successful sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service… 708 more words


Book Review: Supernatural Mythmaker by @TimWaggoner via @stacyamiller85 #Supernatural

As a fan of Supernatural since its premiere on the now-defunct The WB network (it currently airs on The CW) on September 13, 2005, I’ve looked forward to seeing the story of Winchester brothers Sam and Dean unfold for twelve years.   704 more words