Originally published on Fantasy Faction. An emergency news broadcast takes over every channel on the TV and radio networks. Meteors are set to strike the earth within 24 hours. The consequences are unknown. You’re on your own. So, what do you do? How do you plan? Hopefully, you’d be a little more prepared than protagonist,… Continue reading The End of the World Running Club, Adrian J. Walker
Originally published on Fantasy Faction. “Amazon. Born of war, destined to be ruled by no one but herself.” Warbringer opens with Diana, Princess of the Amazons and daughter to Queen Hippolyta, struggling to come to terms with her heritage. As the only Amazon born on the secluded and mysterious island of Themyscira, she's set apart;… Continue reading Wonder Woman: Warbringer, Leigh Bardugo
We’re over a week into January – how goes your 2018 reading? Many people make resolutions going into the new year, and I’ve set myself some. I’ve registered to give blood and my first appointment rolls around on January 12th (wish me luck). That’s my main resolution; to maintain regular donations throughout the year and… Continue reading 2018 Reading and Writing Resolutions.
What is the point of you? What do you think happens when we die? Harry August is a special kind of human- an Ouroboran or Kalachakra. He is born in 1919 and lives his first life as many others do; accepting that the end will eventually come and he will one day die. Then roundabout… Continue reading The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August, Claire North
Halloween has arrived and there's never a more appropriate time to scare yourself silly. For me, I have to be in the right frame of mind to watch anything scary, but I don't have the same view when it comes to reading scary material. I've rifled through my bookshelves to pull out the four most Halloween-appropriate… Continue reading My Best Four Halloween Reads
I'll start off with a brief introduction to National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. This is an online-based (and somewhat offline) writing event that's aimed to inspire and push writers to churn out at least 50,000 words for a novel. It happens every November internationally, bringing together aspiring writers of every background, spanning every genre.… Continue reading #NaNoWriMo – a few days to go!
"But you haven't even finished the games lol" came the text. Ah, yes, sorry, I have a full-time job and numerous other projects I'm working on. Mass Effect games are well-known among gamers without a doubt. Don't get me wrong, I've played and finished the first one, and can 100% appreciate the story and graphics.… Continue reading Mass Effect: Revelation, Drew Karpyshyn