In a year full of commercially successful & critically acclaimed franchises either getting sequels or reboots, this Summer’s glimmer of hope in the form of a new IP sadly fizzles out on impact.
Bookworms and children at heart have been reading the beloved novel, A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L’Engle since it was first published back in 1962.
A show with a rather messed up premise expresses a great message on humanity.
A bit behind the curve of other indie art forms, indie publishing is starting to make a move, with more and more authors turning to it as traditional publishing becomes more difficult to break into. […]
***Spoiler Free*** Maybe it’s the times we live in. Maybe it’s a phase I am going through. Regardless, I have been totally wrapped up in science fiction books that are dystopian, or apocalyptic, or wrapped […]
A couple of weeks ago, two things happened almost simultaneously, as if by….magic. I found the recently released book, “All The Birds in The Sky” by Charlie Jane Anders, and I stumbled on SYFY’s new original […]