Tuesday, March 15th, 2011
As some of you may be aware, I was celebrating the fact that my first piece was syndicated on the Blogcritics section of the online newspaper the Seattle Post Intelligencer. However, a google search of my writer name, combined with ‘seattle post intelligencer’ revealed that quite a few more articles have been syndicated there. About ten more, in fact, dating back to August 2010. So here they all are.
My review of Ultimate Regeneration, a review to which the author himself replied on this very blog.
This is a review of a collection of three short stories from one of the founding fathers of time travel fiction, H.G. Wells.
This is my review of Curt Stager’s Deep Future, a work which is accurate but quite boring to read.
The Emperor’s Tomb, a book by a man who looks so American it hurts.
A pretty damn good book, considering it’s self published.
Pretty damn good book as well, but can get a bit up its own arse at times.
Feisengrad is a pretty interesting book, in a funnier style than 1984.
BUY ROBERT RANKIN’S BOOKS.
I examine Twilight. And am okay with it, on some levels.
TAP TAP TAP TAP.
This one drew quite a lot of criticism, but that was more at the feature rather than my piece. I hope.
One of my first attempts at describing music.