Matthew McConaughey’s Greenlights Review

Matthew McConaughey’s Greenlights was my first experience with a book that could be labeled “self-help”, but I don’t really see it as that. It’s more of a collection of selected stories throughout his life and how how he navigated through those times. Greenlights is about noticing when life gives you opportunities or maybe refrains fromContinue reading “Matthew McConaughey’s Greenlights Review”

Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle Review

The Man in the High Castle is an alternative history book written in 1962 by PKD. It envisions a world where the allies lost WWII and in the aftermath, the U.S. has been divided with the west coast states belonging to the Japanese and the East Coast/Central U.S. for the Germans. I love history andContinue reading “Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle Review”

My Top 15 Favorite Sci-Fi Movies of All Time

I want to preface this by saying that this is a list of my favorite science fiction movies. There will be some classics left off of hear, which while I do realize are classics, they just aren’t my favorite or aren’t as rewatchable in my opinion. Bonus (aka My Guilty Pleasure Sci-Fi movie): Pandorum Released:Continue reading “My Top 15 Favorite Sci-Fi Movies of All Time”

Jeff Vandermeer’s Dead Astronauts Review

If there is one thing I know for sure about Jeff Vandermeer it’s salamanders. He loves salamanders. Jeff Vandermeer’s Dead Astronauts is a follow up to his novel Borne. It takes places in the same universe and at times even the same set pieces as Borne. I wouldn’t classify Dead Astronauts as a sequel though.Continue reading “Jeff Vandermeer’s Dead Astronauts Review”

Jeff Vandermeer’s Borne Review

Jeff Vandermeer is the front runner of a speculative fiction sub-genre which people are calling “New Weird”. Now, this is my first experience with any of Vandermeer’s work other than the film adaption of his book Annihilation, which I loved. (I plan on reading the trilogy soon.) Borne tells the story of a young womanContinue reading “Jeff Vandermeer’s Borne Review”

Things in the works

Hey everyone. Just a quick update. I took my book, The Drip, off of Amazon. I unpublished it. For numerous reasons, but mainly because I like this format of posting chapters weekly and sort of sending them into the ether in hopes that someone out there enjoys them. I don’t care about making money offContinue reading “Things in the works”

Chapter Six Posted

If anyone is following along with The Shape of Ecstasy, I just posted the 6th chapter here. If you feel inclined, please leave a comment or a like as I don’t really get any feedback on my stories or my writing! It would be greatly appreciated! I am still writing the story, but sometimes IContinue reading “Chapter Six Posted”

The Shape of Ecstasy update!

Hey everyone! It’s been awhile, but I’m getting back to writing and everything again. Lost motivation for a bit, but I’m back for the time being. That being said, I’ve posted the prologue and first five chapters of my fantasy story The Shape of Ecstasy here. Also, if you would prefer to read it there,Continue reading “The Shape of Ecstasy update!”

Waiting For That Spark…

If you would have told me about a month and a half ago that for the foreseeable future I would be having a lot of time off of work (COVID) then I probably would have thought that I would be getting a lot of writing done. How naive I was. Don’t get me wrong, IContinue reading “Waiting For That Spark…”