Video  —  Posted: May 31, 2017 by Joy Dawson in (Un)Professional Fangirls

Zero-G: Green Space (Pre-Release Review)

Posted: May 26, 2017 by James R. Brown in Pre-Release, Space Horrors

51WgbXghyQL._SY346_First and foremost, I would like to apologize to everyone for my absence. Mainly, I’ve been busy collecting books to write about, and one fell into my lap, quite on accident. I’ll just set up the scene and go ahead and thank the folks at NetGalley for setting everything up in one neat swoop. I wasn’t expecting this particular book to fall into my lap that I’m writing about on the site. Nor, was I expecting to have this book fall into the RTA criterion. This was going to be a book review posted over at Roulette Productions, honestly.

So, when I do a book review for this site, I do try to stick within the theme that Joy put in. And that theme is usually: Zombies, apocalyptic events, post-apocalyptic events, artificial disasters. Anything that fits into the “apocalypse” theme we run with here, and when I received the rights to view this pre-production copy of William Shatner’s Zero-G: Green Space… I went into the book thinking this would be a review of a regular science fiction book. However, our dear Captain had something else in mind with this book. Something on the brink of an apocalypse, that is.

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Just a short post to tell anyone who’s visiting here… I’m working on redoing the site, since it’s been up in it’s form for about 2 years. Give me time to argue with Joy on what we want it to look like overall. And we’ll also keep reviewing, as usual.

— James.

Aside  —  Posted: March 30, 2017 by James R. Brown in Site Updates

Once More into the Metro…

Posted: March 29, 2017 by James R. Brown in Post-Apocalyptic

51L5P2BO5zL._SX324_BO1,204,203,200_Hi everybody, it’s James again. To give an update, the lovely Joy is back to researching material again. So, she’ll be back ASAP with a review. If I can guess correctly, I think she may be covering Cadaver Dogs. The name sounds right, but I’ve been wrong before.

As far as I go, this is another book review in the Metro Universe. I told you folks that I would cover the main trilogy. And cover I shall. So, here goes nothing.

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