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A novel in 30 hours – In Conversation with Chris Brosnahan

An interview with writer Chris Brosnahan, discussing his debut novel POV, a gripping sci-fi thriller.

Book of Apex Vol 4 – Alec Austin Blog Post

 
The Rhetoric of Blood, by Alec Austin
 
There’s a question that many writers, myself included, dread being asked: Why don’t you write something nice for a change?
 
Or, to put it another way, why are your stories so dark?

Book of Apex Vol 4 – Alec Austin Interview

 
The next stop on the Book of Apex Volume 4 Blog Tour is here!
 
An interview with Alec Austin, author of the story Ironheart. We discuss some of the influences for the story, Alec’s writing habits & writing heroes, and his experience writing tabletop games!

On TV, History and Perspectives – In Conversation with Robin Pierson, The TV Critic

An interview with Robin Pierson, also known as The TV Critic. We chat about Buffy, Lost, Game of Thrones, viewer perspectives and Roman history.

Why are superhero TV shows hardly ever about superheroes?

Superheroes are splashed all over our cinema screens, but why are they hidden away on TV?

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S01E08 The Well – Review

My compulsive need to know backstories has me thrilled that my boyfriend chose for us to see Thor: The Dark World last week.┬áThis week’s S.H.I.E.L.D. doesn’t require its viewers to have seen the movie beforehand (there will be no spoilers for Thor in this review), but it’s a sort of “aftermath” episode.

On TV, History and Perspectives – In Conversation with Robin Pierson, The TV Critic

An interview with Robin Pierson, also known as The TV Critic. We chat about Buffy, Lost, Game of Thrones, viewer perspectives and Roman history.

Lessons From Fandom – In Conversation with Alexandra Edwards & Hannah W.

Fandom has taught me that there are as many ways to express your love of something as there are people who love it.

A novel in 30 hours – In Conversation with Chris Brosnahan

An interview with writer Chris Brosnahan, discussing his debut novel POV, a gripping sci-fi thriller.

I Forgot To Remember To Forget – Unreliable Narratives in Gaming

One of the most interesting areas that gaming has started to explore is unreliability – worlds and characters that aren’t what they initially seem.

Perspective in Gaming

The viewpoints and perspectives used in a game are a huge factor into its success,

Top 5 Indie Games of 2013 – Number 5: Monaco

As Triple A games are starting to lose their edge, people have come flocking to quirkier, more unique indie games.