While science fiction is often set in the future or some other version of our world, these stories are often really about issues from our time, from our reality. Sure, the original Star Trek was set in space…the final frontier, ...CONTINUE
Two years ago, when I sat down to read Nick Cutter’s second novel, The Deep, I thought it was going to be a weird little sci-fi tale. It ended up being one of my favorite books of that year ...CONTINUE
Yes, it’s a cliche, but sometimes it’s true that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Take the novels of writer James A Moore. Though he got his start writing such horror stories as Blood Red and ...CONTINUE
In 2015, I kept a record of the best books I read that year, regardless of when they were originally published.
Since people liked this story, I decided to repeat this process for 2016.
So, here’s a look at ...CONTINUE
With some exceptions, short story collections are usually just a series of unconnected tales. And even when they do have a connection, it’s usually based on some narrative device (all the stories were written by God) or based by where ...CONTINUE
When done right, a novel creates a vivid world that jumps off the pages. But in their fantasy novel Between Worlds (hardcover, digital), writer Skip Brittenham and artists Brian Haberlin, Jay Anacleto, and Doug Siros don’t just ...CONTINUE