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"Home to Roost" Sample

In celebration of the release of The San Cicaro Experience, we invite you to try a sample of A.R. Aston’s latest story, “Home to Roost.” Editor James Fadeley had this to say about the tale: “I’ve…


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The San Cicaro Experience: June 22nd

The wait is over on June 22nd. The San Cicaro Experience is finally here. Return to America’s strangest city with eight new tales by eight fresh authors. Tour the unusual Wilam Sisters’…


Book Series We Want As TV

Big Little Lies, Game of Thrones, A Series of Unfortunate Events and soon The Wheel of Time. It’s no small task turning books into television, but movies sometimes cannot do lengthy series…


Race to the End of the Universe: Tau Zero Review

This week I thought I would go slightly retro and take a look back at some classic 1970s hard science fiction with Poul Anderson’s Tau Zero. This is the story of the stricken interstellar colony ship…


TV Turn-Offs: Shows We Quit

Ahhh, television. When do you cut your losses and stop watching? How many seasons does it take, or sharks jumped? Or did the end come much, much sooner than that? We maybe living in an era of great…


A Dead Man's Guess: Taboo Theories

With three episodes of Taboo to go, mysteries and intrigue continue to abound. Who will come out on top? Who will sadly (or not so sadly) die? Will James Delaney ever be able to give a straight…


Split Review

Split is a psychological horror starring James McAvoy as Kevin, a man who plays host to 23 distinct identities, who kidnaps a trio of girls, including troubled teen Casey Cook (The Witch’s Anya…


No Man's Sky Review

I do not think it controversial to say that video games can be more akin to writing than any other media. In a game, the audience is often a co-author with agency to shape the outcome of the story.…