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Of course I don’t want anything to happen to GRRM, but if something does, here are six writers who could take over for him. SIX OF THE BEST… writers to take over for George RR Martin
If you’re looking for some lesser-known kid-focused books that have genre elements, here are six of the best that might help you find new ways to share your love for sci-fi and fantasy with your kids. SIX OF THE BEST… … Continue reading
It was a good book. Just, hard to explain in one short teaser paragraph. From my review of The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman.
It’s been a while since I’ve read any Neil Gaiman, and that’s a shame — he is one of the greatest working writers of our time, either in spec-fic or out of it. Whenever I read one of his books, … Continue reading
I have a thing about Death stories. My favorite is, of course, the Death of the Discworld (black cloak, scythe, TALKS LIKE THIS), followed by Neil Gaiman’s perky goth-girl Death of the Endless. Somewhere on the continuum is Piers Anthony’s … Continue reading
I think it’s fair to say that speculative fiction has been hitting the “convincing people to vote for stuff using futuristic means” trope for a few decades now. From stories about voting how to kill people (or whether or not … Continue reading