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Book Review: ‘The Essex Serpent’

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I remember once hearing an interview with a literary agent on NPR, where he discussed regularly receiving manuscripts where the writer made no attempt at hiding the influence Victorian-era authors had on them.… Continue reading

‘The Cat’s Pajamas’ by Ray Bradbury-Book Review

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As many fans of fantasy and science fiction literature know, the late Ray Bradbury was an absolute treasure trove of stories. In a career that spanned decades, the legendary writer expanded our imaginations… Continue reading

9 Classes That Hogwarts Really Should be Teaching

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Ah, Hogwarts. To attend this magical school in Scotland would be a dream come true. If you’re stoopid. We’ve spoken before about why attending this school would be a bad idea. Today we’re… Continue reading

Isobelle Carmody Interview, 2017 Perth Oz Comic Con

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So, last year I did an interview with the wonderful author, Isobelle Carmody at Oz Comic Con, which you can read here. But I felt that interview was a bit long and in-depth… Continue reading

Isobelle Carmody Interview, 2016 Perth Oz Comic Con

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With Oz Comic Con season starting up again here in Australia, I thought I might give you all a long overdue treat. Last year at Oz Comic Con in Perth we had the… Continue reading

Marianne de Pierres Interview, 2016 Perth Oz Comic Con

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With Oz Comic Con season right around the corner here in Australia, I thought I might give you all a long overdue treat. Last year at Oz Comic Con in Perth we had… Continue reading

Kylie Chan Interview, 2016 Perth Oz Comic Con

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With Oz Comic Con season right around the corner here in Australia, I thought I might give you all a long overdue treat. Last year at Oz Comic Con in Perth we had… Continue reading

‘Hex’ by Thomas Olde Heuvelt Book Review

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In making his English language debut with the horror novel Hex, Dutch author Thomas Olde Heuvelt has shown readers all over the world that he is a force to reckoned with on the… Continue reading

Best Horror Authors of the Twentieth Century

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Horror has always been one of the most popular genres no matter which medium of entertainment there is. In the twentieth century readers were treated to an explosion in terror filling book shelves… Continue reading

Watching the Franchises I Hate: The ‘Percy Jackson’ Series

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If you didn’t catch my first foray into pointlessness, here’s Transformers. My interest in the Percy Jackson movie series at their time of release was…nonexistent. I hadn’t read the books and they blurred into the many… Continue reading