Exclusive Interview: Lost Tomorrows Author Matt Coyle

 

For the sixth time in as many years, writer Matt Coyle is torturing the titular P.I. of his Rick Cahill series in a new crime novel.But as he explains in the following email interview about Lost Tomorrows (hardcover ...CONTINUE

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Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts Review

 

One of the more difficult parts of video game design is finding the sweet spot of difficulty where it’s not too tough and not too easy but does get steadily more challenging as the game progresses. It’s an issue ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Alien: Prototype Author Tim Waggoner

 

Like with Star Trek, Star Wars, and Halo, the Alien / Aliens universe has expanded a lot lately thanks to all the new novels, comics, and video games. All of which is coming together in the ...CONTINUE

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Jimi Hendrix: Songs For Groovy Children: The Fillmore East Concerts Review

 

Along with expansive anniversary boxed sets, the most welcome recent trend in album reissues is to reconfigure live albums so they present the concert whole, uncut, as they happened. Which is what fans of Jimi Hendrix’s 1970 concert collection ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Unnatural Magic Author C.M. Waggoner

 

Like all genres, fantasy is full of tropes, ones that some writers embrace without ever asking if they hold up to scrutiny. But in the following email interview about her novel Unnatural Magic (paperback, Kindle), writer ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Upon The Flight Of The Queen Author Howard Andrew Jones

 

With Upon The Flight Of The Queen (hardcover, Kindle), writer Howard Andrew Jones is continuing the Ring-Sworn Trilogy of mysterious fantasy tales he began earlier this year with For The Killing Of Kings. In the ...CONTINUE

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Star Trek: Discovery: Season Two Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

As some people who’ve purchased video games and eBooks have discovered the hard way, digital is not necessarily forever. Or available if your Internet goes out (which is sadly more of a problem than you might expect). Which is ...CONTINUE

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Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / William Parker / Bobby Kapp: Ineffable Joy Review

 

Sometimes jazz can be really incestuous. Just consider the careers of tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman, pianist Matthew Shipp, bassist William Parker, and drummer Bobby Kapp. Over the years, Perelman and Shipp have made around three dozen albums together; Shipp ...CONTINUE

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Need For Speed Heat Review

 

Four years after the disastrous self-titled reboot nearly destroyed it forever, and two years after somewhat redeeming itself with Payback, the Need For Speed series of open world street racing games has made a proper comeback with Need ...CONTINUE

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