Today over at Do Some Damage, I talk about tangible research and my trip to the Galveston Railroad Museum. http://www.dosomedamage.com/2015/08/tangible-research.html.
I’m a sucker for anniversaries and commemorations. It’s probably an offshoot of my love of history or, rather, perhaps my love of history makes me keenly aware of dates and things. Ten years ago this summer, my family and I … Read More »
(This is the June 2015 edition of Barrie Summy’s Book Review Club. For the complete list, click the icon after this review.) I had to go back and look to see how long I’ve been acquainted with Patti Abbott. The … Read More »
Today, THE PHANTOM AUTOMOBILES, the second book from Quadrant Fiction Studio, is now available as an ebook. You can get it via Amazon, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble, depending on your preference. The trade paperback will arrive in June. THE … Read More »
Let’s get one thing straight: Pi (1998) is one weird-ass mind trip of a film and it’s not for everyone. However, it’s one of my favorite indie movie and a dang good SF film. And Chevy Chase can rest easy: … Read More »
I’m talking the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Batman v Superman trailers over at Do Some Damage today.
(This is the April 2015 edition of Barrie Summy’s Book Review Club. For the complete list, click the icon at the bottom of this essay.) With a bright yellow cover with a title like that, I wasn’t sure what to … Read More »
First off, go listen to Pods and Sods Episode 89 where they discuss Chicago IX. I’ll wait… Okay, now that you’ve done that, here’s my take on the episode and Chicago IX. But first, some history. I wasn’t always a … Read More »
Yesterday, I wrote about Star Trek Log One by Alan Dean Foster. Today I’d like to tell you a little if my history with these books. Back in the late 1970s–a golden time in between Star Wars and The Empire … Read More »
(This is the March 2015 edition of Barrie Summy’s Book Review Club. For the complete list, click the icon following this review.) The passing of Leonard Nimoy last week understandably put me in a Star Trek mood. It had been … Read More »