Tag Archive: books

10 Potential ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequels (That Are Totally Canon)

by

So after a long time I have finished reading The World of Ice and Fire. This not unsurprisingly dense tome provides an in-depth account of the world of Westeros from before written history to… Continue reading

Exclusive Interview with Kylie Chan!

by

Over the weekend, we at the House of Geekery had the pleasure of catching up with best selling author, Kylie Chan, for a chat about her books and her work as a writer.… Continue reading

#Clay5 Top 5 Round-Up 23rd March 2015

by

Yes, we’re a day late. Sometimes the life of a freelance blogger just gets that wild and crah-zeey. Ahem. This weeks Top 5s as voted by you! Remember to vote here: #clay5 twitter… Continue reading

The Top 10 Characters from Terry Pratchett’s ‘Discworld’

by

Yesterday we lost the legendarily prolific fantasy writer and satirist Sir Terry Pratchett. Luckily for us we have his characters, who exist beyond the stories he told having grown beyond the pages they… Continue reading

Tribute: Sir Terry Pratchett

by

This is a difficult one to write. Not only was Sir Pratchett a massive contributor to geek culture and very open in communicating with his fans, but his passing has long been foreshadowed.… Continue reading

My Top 10 Favorite Stephen King Novels: Part II

by

There’s not much sense in doing a preamble to the second part of an article and as a great horror writer once wrote, “Like all sweet dreams, it will be brief, but brevity makes sweetness,… Continue reading

My Top 10 Favorite Stephen King Novels (Part I)

by

    Although I’d probably cite Pat Conroy as my favorite author, Stephen King runs a close second.  He’s  the author who’s most influenced my writing career.  I’ve been enamored with the king… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Silo Trilogy’

by

By Hedge I’m a fan of a good dystopia. I love apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic media from films like Mad Max, and the recent, truly stunning These Final Hours, to novels like 1984 and… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Seconds’ by Bryan Lee O’Malley

by

After being the singular driving force behind a modern pop-culture smash hit you’ve got to expect a bit of scrutiny on your follow up. The now well known Scott Pilgrim comic series (further popularised… Continue reading

10 Memorable ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Books

by

Being published through the 80s and early 90s, anyone growing up in those decades have fond memories of the Choose Your Own Adventure stories. Not only were they a neat concept but they had… Continue reading