The Last Ten Posts
- Language (it’s a Virus from Outer Space, but that’s not really relevant to this post)
- To Boldly Go
- Whacking away, with cake
- A Birthday, A Movie, Forest J Ackerman and something yummy called a Double Mexicana
- Amazon Breakthough Novel Awards Quarterfinals – Brothers In Darkness Free Excerpt
- Amazon Breakthrough Update: And the Round Two Winners Are….
- Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, and other writing stuff
- A bit of research for the upcoming book
- My Customer Service Nightmare
Category Archives: Science Fiction
It’s often a challenge to find a good Horror /Fantasy /Sci-Fi flick. There are a ton of such films made each year, and weeding out the good stuff can be difficult. I’ve recently had a chance to see a number … Continue reading
I finally had a chance to see several movies I’d missed last summer, namely Green Lantern, X-Men First Class and Captain America. Many people assume that I’d be seeing these films on opening night. After all, I’m into comics. Well, … Continue reading
I had been in lock down mode recently, focused on wrapping up several projects on a tight timeline. So it’s time to get caught up.
On November 13th, Portland’s Memorial Coliseum served as the setting for the Portland Comic Book Show. The show had a much different feel to it than the Stumptown Comics Fest held earlier this year. It featured an impressive lineup of … Continue reading
Viewers of the SyFy channel are known for expressing strong opinions regarding the channels programming decisions. The recent cancellations of “Eureka” and “Stargate Universe” provoked considerable anger. Lost in the uproar are a few instances of SyFy very much getting … Continue reading
As most everyone knows, I’m a huge comics fan. I was taught to read using comics, and have been consuming them since I was three years old. I grew up with mostly Marvel comics with some DC sprinkled in, though … Continue reading
Once upon a time, a reporter named Carl Kolchak investigated the many things that went bump in the night, shining light on mysteries the world refused to acknowledge. To a generation of young and impressionable minds, he inspired a thirst … Continue reading
While I enjoyed the first few seasons, the television series “ER” still started out on my bad side when it introduced Noel Wyley as Doctor John Carter. I understood that its a common name, but the name John Carter would … Continue reading
The Signal – In which I blather on about various movies and books before finally getting to the point and offering a mini-review of the 2007 film. I enjoyed Stephen King’s 2006 novel “Cell”. It told of a pulse transmitted … Continue reading
Edgar Rice Burroughs is most famous for his creation, “Tarzan of the Apes”. It featured “Lord Greystoke”, a British noble orphaned at birth and raised by the somewhat sentient creatures of the jungles of West Africa. Burroughs wrote 26 Tarzan … Continue reading
Yesterday I completed one short story, and almost wrapped up another. I finished and uploaded “Voices of the Dead“, a fiction assignment from YCN. It’s my very first ever Zombie tale! You can read it here. It’s an effort at … Continue reading
My Sci-Fi short story, “Day 675″, was just published on YCN. It’s a short tale of a star ship pilot awakening from cryogenic sleep. It can be found here.