Why I Write Space Opera, and Why it’s Awesome

The question, “Why do you write [insert genre, type of story]?” is one that writers can be certain someone will as at one point or another. So, I think I’ll get the jump on that question, or at least on one of my answers, as I also write fantasy, and plan to write historical fantasyContinue reading “Why I Write Space Opera, and Why it’s Awesome”

Movie Review: Mythica: The Necromancer

Yes, I am (finally) back! It’s been far, far too long since I’ve posted anything up here, but I at least have some good reasons, namely completing my 45,000 word Master’s Thesis, as well as working to get things in order for an intercontinental move coming up in August–more on that at a later date.Continue reading “Movie Review: Mythica: The Necromancer”

Movie Review: Mythica: The Darkspore

As promised, here is my review of Mythica: The Darkspore, the second movie in Arrowstorm Entertainment’s Mythica series. Full disclosure, I did back Mythica 2 on Kickstarter, as I did the first movie in the series. As I mentioned in my previous review, I don’t intend to make straight-up movie reviews a regular thing here,Continue reading “Movie Review: Mythica: The Darkspore”

Book Review: The Crimson Campaign by Brian McClellan (spoilers)

Well it’s about time I got to reviewing this book. I’ve actually read it twice now; the first was more than half a year ago, but I never got around to writing a review. As the time passed, and I picked up my copy of the third book in the Powder Mage Trilogy, The AutumnContinue reading “Book Review: The Crimson Campaign by Brian McClellan (spoilers)”

Book Review: The Providence of Fire by Brian Stavely (spoilers)

Time for another delayed review (though only slightly this time.) I’d actually put off reading this book until I got the other delayed reviews finished, but I still didn’t end up getting it done on time. Still, here we are. ( I don’t have the book in front of me at the moment, so pleaseContinue reading “Book Review: The Providence of Fire by Brian Stavely (spoilers)”

Book Review: Shadow Ops: Breach Zone, by Myke Cole (spoilers)

Another of my delayed reviews (nearing the end of those; only 1 more to go before I am more or less up to date). Hopefully, the fact that it’s been a while won’t have too much of a negative impact here (also I’m currently in Israel, without the book, so there’s that.). Otherwise, I’ll beContinue reading “Book Review: Shadow Ops: Breach Zone, by Myke Cole (spoilers)”

Movie Review: Mythica: A Quest for Heroes

Something new! (And my second post in two weeks!) I’ve written about movies before, but those were called Learning From Movies. Reason being, they were movies that had some good or worthwhile aspects, but overall weren’t ‘good’ movies. With those posts, I briefly reviewed the movies, then talked about the good in them, which oneContinue reading “Movie Review: Mythica: A Quest for Heroes”

Book Review: Tome of the Undergates, By Sam Sykes

So…this review is a bit delayed, (well, more than a bit), as is my return to actually posting things here. I’d blame a combination of school work (nearing the end of my Master’s program) and focusing on my fiction (been querying a lot as well as working on a couple of books at different stagesContinue reading “Book Review: Tome of the Undergates, By Sam Sykes”

Book Review: Shadow Ops: Fortress Frontier, By Myke Cole (Possible spoilers)

After far too long, I finally got my hands on Myke Cole’s Shadow Ops: Fortress Frontier, the second book in the series. As expected, I greatly enjoyed it, and had a very hard time putting it down. (Though I probably should note that I might be a tiny bit biased, since Myke is an awesomeContinue reading “Book Review: Shadow Ops: Fortress Frontier, By Myke Cole (Possible spoilers)”

Book Review: Monster Hunter International, by Larry Correia (Spoilers)

And I’m back from another too long lapse in blog posts…this time it’s entirely my fault–the fiction writing just was too compelling. (currently writing two new books while editing and revising a third.) ¬†Another reason I’m finally getting this done is because the library I borrowed this book from won’t let me even renew itContinue reading “Book Review: Monster Hunter International, by Larry Correia (Spoilers)”