Tag Archive | science fiction

Butcher in fine form in ‘Skin Game’

Seamus Curran/Contributor Skin Game is the latest installment in Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files. If you aren’t familiar with the series this might not be the best place to start as this is book number 15. That being said if you don’t mind being spoiled on some *minor* things it wouldn’t be a bad book to […]

Eat This while You Read That: Chuck Gannon

Eat This while You Read That: Chuck Gannon

I had the pleasure of talking with Chuck Gannon in person a couple of years ago, we have some things in common, like having four children of approximately the same age, and we both love science fiction. But he is a man of powerful intellect, which leaves me in awe when I see it kick […]

Time for the return of the Big Idea

So I’m a geek. I admit it. I actually embraced my geekhood a few years ago, about the same time I finally admitted I’m a cat person, not a dog person. Part of that geek-dom is a love of science fiction and fantasy. I’ve been a fan since I was a little kid, watching the […]

Martian Aria: A Science Fiction Review

Martian Aria: A Science Fiction Review

I had some time to read this last week, as I was on planes and in airports killing time waiting for those planes. In those situations, having my tablet loaded with books to read is a very good thing. The tablet has enough battery power to keep going basically as long as I needed it. […]

Who am I? I’m a fan and proud of it!

This morning, I wrote a post for Mad Genius Club that expanded some on Pat’s “Not a Fan” post. I’ll admit that it was done in the early stages of getting enough coffee in me – a necessity to function anywhere close to normal – and while in high dander after reading File 770’s response […]