Month: August 2016

Influential Books from my Childhood

I was thinking recently about some of the books I read growing up that I still feel the impact of today. I thought I’d share them with you. Matthew Looney’s Voyage to the Earth by Jerome Beatty Jr. Matthew Looney’s Voyage to the Earth tells the story of a boy living on the Moon who […]

“Roses and Rot” by Kat Howard

So today as a guest, I’m taking over Duncan’s blog. I love books and I love talking about books and with the permission of Slice of Scifi, I am re-publishing my review of Kat Howard’s sublime work of fiction, “Roses and Rot.” I raved about this on Slice of Scifi but I will say it […]

Saying goodbye to a fellow fan you hardly knew.

I’ve been an avid reader and fan of Science Fiction and Fantasy for most of my life. It is the genre that really grabbed my attention and nurtured my love of reading and books. They are the books and movies that gave me refuge in the most challenging times of my childhood. It is responsible […]

Influences on an author by Alan Black

My first Author to guest blog for me Mr Alan Black. Author, friend and pretty great guy. I definitely recommend seeing if any of his books catch your interest. Influences on an author My earliest influences as an author were all of the young adult classics written by Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stephenson, Nathanial Hawthorne, […]