Review

Ask A Geek Anything, Volume 26

Good morning, and welcome to Ask a Geek Anything volume 26 Another week of the spot on the interwebs where we’ll answer anything that won’t get us told that “you’ll never work in this town again” in Century City… (OK that’s a lie too, we’ve answered several things that I’m sure will insure that we […]

Ask A Geek Anything, Volume 25

Good morning, and welcome to Ask a Geek Anything volume 25 Another week of the spot on the interwebs where we’ll answer anything that won’t get us slapped in Kansas City… (OK that’s a lie, we’ve answered several things that got us slapped, and GODS WILLING we’ll answer many more that get us slapped) First […]

Hugo worthy writer denied?

Hugo worthy writer denied?

With all the talk about Hugo worthy books and authors I was reminded of Barry Hughart. He blamed the end of his writing career on publishers being idiots and not knowing how to sell his books. I know many people who bring him up as the perfect example of what is wrong with the Hugo […]

I’ll say U.N.C.L.E.

I’ll say U.N.C.L.E.

I hate to give a bad review. So it pleases me more than I can say, that I don’t have to in this case.  This movie was JUST PLAIN FUN. It took it’s self seriously enough to keep you concerned for the end game, it kept the camp of the original series (no I’m not […]

Review: David Weber’s Sword of the South

Review: David Weber’s Sword of the South

Cedar Sanderson, Urban Fantasy author and science student, sits down with Kris Keldaran, Romance author and former Marine, to discuss David Weber’s latest epic fantasy novel, Sword of the South. Cedar: I had really been looking forward to this book, because I have loved the Bahzell and Brandark stories from the beginning. It had been […]

Billions gave their lives for Seveneves

Billions gave their lives for Seveneves

Written by Richard Cartwright SF authors love to destroy the world. Neal Stephenson not only renders the surface of the earth uninhabitable, he breaks up the Moon to do it in his latest book Seveneves. Stephenson has a large cast of characters divided by 5000 years. The tale itself begins with the destruction of the […]

A Short Review for A Long Voyage

A Short Review for A Long Voyage

The Long Voyage of the Little Fleet (Family Law 2 by Mackey Chandler) is a fine story. Family Law set the stage; a non-traditional family with an exploring background. The Long Voyage takes it further (pun intended) by expanding on the actual GOAL of the characters. Gordon and Lee are believable characters doing believable tasks […]