One Way by S. J. Morden
 

One Way

Review

 
#SPFBO 5 Cover Contest
 

Cover Contest

#SPFBO 5

 
SFF and Queerness – We Need To Do Better
 

SFF and Queerness – We Need To Do Better

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The Sword – Fantasy’s Weapon of Choice

The Sword – Fantasy’s Weapon of Choice 

If you open a fantasy book, or even think of watching one of the fantasy epics on TV, you will know that fantasy is not complete without some form of weapon. Many people out there tend to ignore the weapons that their favourite heroes use in the genre. To me the weapons actually make up […]

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White vs Grey Heroes

White vs Grey Heroes 

A little while ago, I started a discussion about the grey heroes and the Mr. or Ms. Goody-two shoes. Interestingly, there were a lot of people that supported the entire notion of having grey heroes. I get the whole angle that they are coming from. I mean, all heroes out there in the world are […]

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A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin – Review Part Two

A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin – Review Part Two
4.5

This is part two of this review. If you missed it, you can read part one here. Earlier this month, I spoke of my rekindling love for G.R.R.M.’s A Song of Ice and Fire series. I know that many might or might not be like me, but A Dance With Dragons is what I would term […]

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A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin – Review Part One

A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin – Review Part One
4.5

After years of making us wait, 2011 rolled into town and so did Mr. Martin’s long awaited book, number five in a planned seven book series. It is safe to say that many of you were patiently waiting with dread as to whether it would be more of the same crawling to useless strings in […]

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Arch Enemy by Frank Beddor

Arch Enemy by Frank Beddor
4

I entered the Looking Glass; Saw Redd and now there is an Arch Enemy. I coined this one all by myself and I think it goes well with the meaning and color painted by Beddor in his moving trilogy about Lewis’ Wonderland. Frank Beddor did something that I never thought was possible. He turned Lewis’ […]

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Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor

Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor
4.5

Last time, I shared my thoughts on the magnificent adaptation of Carroll’s Wonderland by Frank Beddor. The Looking Glass Wars has always moved me to the depths of social death. I forgot what it was to pick up the phone, send a message and even check the recent email. A bad habit I am not […]

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The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor

The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor
4

A few weeks ago, I picked up my paperback copy of Alice in Wonderland and smiled, but then I saw another version of this tale that I have read countless times before. The world of Alice in Wonderland has always interested me; the card soldiers, the spirit danes, the Red Queen with her standard, ‘OFF […]

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