If you spend any time here on my blog at all, you'll see Chuck Wendig's influence. Whether it's reviewing one of his books, writing flash fiction based off his challenges at Terrible Minds, or whether it's passing along his knowledge & tips on literary stewardship, Wendig is up there with Stephen King & Neil Gaiman … Continue reading Chuck Wendig: On Writing What You Want, Without Permission
(Not just some of the time; ALL of the time) It's Halloween (or close enough) so we're passing along what some say are the 50 Scariest Books in the History of Ever. As always, lists like these should be taken with a pretty big grain of salt, but the tomes mentioned here are pretty strong. … Continue reading 50 Scariest Books of All Time
For a list that claims to present books that can literally change your life and your view on the world around you, there are surprisingly few self-help books (sarcasm). Of the books on this list that I've read, I can, indeed, say it's a good compilation full of tomes that actually can stay with you … Continue reading 32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life
When the great novels of sci-fi are mentioned, names like Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut, et. al., are uttered with reverence and that is as it should be, but as this list points out, there have been great science-fiction books written in the past 30 years or so. Your thoughts?
I love me some horror novels & the ones on this list are pretty strong. Each author is only allowed one book on the list (and you can see the Stephen King entry, which has my seal of approval). Obviously, all lists are subjective but even if you don't agree, you'll probably get some good … Continue reading 50 Scariest Horror Novels of All Time