In case you haven't noticed, I'm a big fan of lists, especially ones about things I like. I've posted several lists on this topic in the past, but this is probably the one I most agree with. This is NPR's Top 100 Science Fiction/Fantasy Books. Anything missing?
The No. 1 movie in the land this past weekend was Warm Bodies, the story of a self-aware zombie who falls in love with a human girl. Over at LitStack, I reviewed the prequel to the Isaac Marion novel that inspired the well-received movie. To check out my thoughts on his novella, The New Hunger, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The New Hunger by Isaac Marion
Who is this goateed badass that makes Kerry King look like the bassist in a Nickelback cover band? He is Armand Rosamilia and he is responsible for some of the best zombie fiction in the genre over the last few years. His extreme zombie novella, Highway to Hell, was reviewed on this very blog a … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Armand Rosamilia Talks Miami Spy Games
You know those stories about the zombie apocalypse where there's some humor and features a couple of zombies you almost feel sorry for or think are cute? Yeah. This ain't that. Highway to Hell is a 74-page novella written by extreme horror writer Armand Rosamilia. Yes, I know it was published nearly two years ago, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Highway to Hell by Armand Rosamilia
Writer Chuck Wendig laid forth the following challenge at his Terrible Minds blog and I accepted. Please enjoy the following. And enjoy Mr. Wendig. He is a man who wants, nay demands, writers to be better at their craft. --------------------------- “Hey. Tony.” “Yeah, Frank.” “I’m floating.” “Huh. So you are.” It was true. Frank was … Continue reading Fly Away