Interview with E.C. Myers
I’m a bit late in posting this (that this interview slipped between the cracks is entirely my fault) but here we have E.C. Myers, author of the fantastic Young Adult sci-fi adventure Fair Coin. He took the time to answer some questions so lets see what he had to say.
Guest Review: Angelkiller by David Blalock
I have come to learn that whenever a book on Amazon is listed as free, or even dirt cheap, it isn’t worth reading. But when a respectable author recommends a free book on Facebook, I can’t seem to resist the urge. A free, recommended book? There had to be a catch. Well, there wasn’t much of a catch. David Blalock’s Angelkiller (book one of the Angelkiller Triad) was a great read. It was short, action packed, and though provoking, all neatly wrapped in a great premise.
Everything that is Wrong with Ridley Scott’s Prometheus
Instead of writing my own review of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus I thought I’d just give you a link to Larry Correia’s. Larry, in all his humorous and logical glory, has written a Captain’s Log from the perspective of Idris Ilba’s character, detailing every ridiculously illogical misstep made by the movie. Now, you may wonder why I am so in favor of bashing Prometheus when I was able to enjoy Battleship? Well here it is. Battleship never pretended to be anything other than a fun popcorn-munching Summer movie extravaganza. On the other hand, Prometheus was supposedly this intelligent sci-fi horror film. I’m not even a fan of the original Alien so it’s not like I had my expectations set too high. Prometheus was just NOT a good movie. So rather than reiterate the points that Larry so successfully conveys, just go read his post here.