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Time Shards, by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald

by Peter Ray Allisonon 10/03/2021
Time Shards is the first novel in a new trilogy by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald.  The series follows Amber as time shatters around her and is forced to explore this new version of Earth that has been seemingly divided into a series of different time zones, or shards. From conversations with Dana Fredsti on […]

Game of Thrones: The Winds of Winter is coming…just not yet

by Cristina Bogdanon 03/01/2016
In an ”unexpected” twist of events, George R.R. Martin, the mastermind behind A Song of Ice and Fire – the book series that inspired HBO’s Game of Thrones – has failed to meet the deadline for presenting the manuscript for the last book in the series to his publishers. For those not knowing, the date […]

Retribution Falls a.k.a “You can’t take the sky from me, again…”

by MrCraiggyon 30/08/2015
So, I have just finished a story, an adventure if you will, one so bold and vibrant that it reached into my very soul and hugged me. This was a story about love, about friendship, about ships and piracy and crime, with a bunch of mismatched characters on a crew underneath a Captain with enough issues […]

Red Phone Box

by Andy Haighon 08/03/2014
Red Phone Box isn’t like most books. A compendium of interconnecting short stories from 20+ writers which all feature one thing in common, a red phone box in the heart of London. The main protagonist of the story is Amber, who after walking through the moonlit streets of London haunted by the memories of the […]

Plans Won’t Save You – Part 1: Sam Lord

by RyeZuulon 26/09/2013
Plans Won’t Save You By Ryan Whittaker                                         Episode 1 In late 2020, a group of survivors discovered an uninhabited, unsecured pre‑fall UK government bunker. These survivors retrieved a small collection of documents describing monitored individuals […]

Romero’s ending – A Zombie Story

by Cristina Bogdanon 10/08/2013
            The world ended three months ago. I think it was three months, I can’t be sure, I had more important things to do than checking the calendar. The fact that I didn’t actually think to bring a calendar plays a part in my confusion too. It seemed pointless to try […]

Zombie Survival: Sacrifice Style

by TheWookieon 10/08/2013
I awoke to the sound of pounding on my door. “What the hell? No one can get up here without a key card.” I lazily rolled over and tried to wake up my boyfriend, only to find him gone. BAM! BAM! BAM!  It’s 0300, where in the world could he be? I get up and […]

20 Facts About Lord of the Rings

by ScarlettNighton 15/07/2013
Alright, so it may have years since the Lord of the Rings came out but I for one am still a huge fan, so I decided to compose a list of 20 facts about the films and their cast to share with you. John Rhys-Davies, who played Gimli, developed an allergy to the prosthetics he […]

Interview with writer Ben Walker

by Andy Haighon 04/07/2013
Writer Ben Walker took some time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions on what it’s like being a writer in the digital age, and the challenges facing writers. Having just recently finished your first print novel have you reached a point where in your head you view yourself as being ‘a […]

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

by Cristina Bogdanon 14/06/2013
Dear friend, I’m writing this to tell you about a book I’ve read, a book that meant so much to me that I feel like everyone should read it. To quote Hazel Grace: “Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world […]