Buy the paperback edition of Survival Kit’s Apocalypse and recieve the ebook edition for free., by Clare Dugmore
Everyone loves a great deal, right? Well to celebrate the beginning of November, we have one for you! If you buy the paperback edition of Beverly Williams’ new-adult, science-fiction thriller, romance Survival Kit’s Apocalypse, we will send you a free copy of the digital edition. Then you can read the book whenever you like (even in […]
Fiction about Extraterrestrials Makes Me Appreciate “Being Human”, by Madhuri Palaji
I heard a lot about UFOs, aliens and extraterrestrial beings when I was a child. Those were the times when a news story came up reporting a flying saucer spotted hovering over some city or flights vanishing mysteriously into space, etc, etc. I found these stories very interesting. Of course, I never thought we, the […]
Blade Runner 2049 Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
Jason Purdy review of (what might be) the best movie sequel of 2017.
Flash Sales, by Clare Dugmore
Thanks to a glitch on Amazon, a number of titles are on sale, including digital and paperback releases, for an unknown duration. Be sure to grab a bargain while the sales are still in effect! Static Mayhem, by Edward Aubry. Digital editioncurrenty 99 Cents A year after the world was thrown into magical chaos, Harrison […]
Interview with The SwitcH authors A.W. Hill & Nathanael Hill, by Clare Dugmore
Want to know more about the father-son duo behind our latest YA scifi thriller, The Switch? Well you’re in luck, as we have an interview with authors A.W. Hill & Nathanael Hill about writing a book together, the science behind parallel universes, and if there will be a The Switch 2. Okay, so who gets credit […]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
A Review on the latest installment of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
Mass Effect Andromeda – Why Big Budgets Aren’t Always Better, by Private: Jason Purdy
Mass Effect Andromeda is here. Unless you’ve been sent to another galaxy in a massive ark, you know that by now. The internet has been abuzz with chatter about Bioware’s latest entry into their much loved and occasionally maligned franchise. What are they talking about? The plot? The adventure of exploring a new galaxy? The […]
Star Trek Beyond Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
Star Trek Beyond the movie review by Jason Purdy
(A) Artificial & Androids: What does Human have to do with Humanity Anyway?, by Nikki Tetreault
It begins- The A-Z blog challenge starts today! For those of you who don’t know, that means each day in April (except Sundays) we will be working our way through the alphabet talking books, movies, superheros, oscars, and anything else related to entertainment. To kick things off I’m talking about Androids and artificial intelligence, and […]
Ant Man Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
Great things come in small packages, or so my girlfriend always tries to tell me, and Marvel’s latest venture is perhaps its riskiest yet. Everyone knows Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, and The Hulk. They’re the cool ones, the A-list heroes, and they can prop up some of the lower tier folks too. We all […]