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Spider Notes: Cover Release – Part 3

With the release of To Money and a TV only 15 days away (December 1st, 2015), I’ve decided to build up some hype by doing a cover release. So what happens is for the next five day I release a … Continue reading

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Tome of Geek: The Frontier by Kenneth Tam

A while back I got my hands a wonderful alternate history book called The Grassland.  Today I look at the books sequel – and the latest book in the His Majesty’s New World series – The Frontier by Kenneth Tam. … Continue reading

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Tuesday Test: Spaceship

Welcome back to Tuesday Test.  Today we look at the celestial machines that fly us from one corner of space to the other.  Today we look at Spaceships. From Serenity to the Enterprise, the Falcon to Moya, everybody has their … Continue reading

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Tome of Geek: The Grasslands by Kenneth Tam

In today’s world there are lots of movies, like at least four, and thousands upon thousands of books and comics.  So this brings up a big issue – what do I read and/or watch?  What is good and what have … Continue reading

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Tome of Geek: The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu

As a long time reader of both science fiction and fantasy I often find myself weary of books that cross genres.  Call me old fashion but I enjoy my aliens and spaceships safely in space and my orcs and swords … Continue reading

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Tome of Geek: Nexus by Ramez Naam

In the near future. I love a book whose jacket starts with ‘in the near future.’  Those words instil a sense of hope and possibility; they show a world of potential limited by our own creativity.  Ramez Naam has lots … Continue reading

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Tome of Geek: She Returns from War by Lee Collins

Have I ever mentioned I love westerns?  I’m pretty sure I have.  So when I found The Dead of Winter, the unholy love child of Clint Eastwood and Eric Kripke, I was over the moon.  Then I got the sequel.  … Continue reading

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