Tag: science fiction

The Author is Going to Regret This

Drink enough alcohol with me and I'll let you know exactly how I feel about Goodreads Giveaways. How they cost too much. How they don't result in reviews. How physical copies end up on Ebay the next week with the description brand new, never opened...

Review: Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

Review: Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

There's not much you can say about Everything, Everywhere, All at Once without spoiling the movie, so I'll leave you with this: the hype leading up to the theatrical and home release was huge, my expectations were huge, and from the moment the movie...

Review: Project Hail Mary

I am not a fan of first person POV in the best of times, and the way Weir uses it is super choppy. I did this. I did that. Something happened. The closer I got to the end, the more I found myself skipping lines at a time. That said… great book...

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Review: Providence by Max Barry

It has been a month since I finished reading Providence by Max Barry, and I still can't stop thinking about it. On the surface, it's a relatively simple story that will take you back to the good ol' days of Ender's Game and Starship Troopers, but it...

You and I, Arjuna, have lived many lives.

You and I, Arjuna, have lived many lives.

There is so much to learn from this book beyond what writing is about. So much of my personal style is derived from Grimwood’s that I often read this book, or just chapters, before I start writing something new, or when I’m stuck. If I can’t start a...

Notes From the Author