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Fiction Friday: Spell Sweeper Review

A while back, I reviewed The Secret of Zoone, a multiverse novel about a boy who ends up working for a station that acts as the center of the multiverse itself. It rekindled my love for books that I had since I was a kid. A while back, Mr. Födi released a new book entirely …

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Looking ahead to 2022

Not gonna lie. 2021 was tough. Not as bad as 2022, but it wasn’t any easier. However, I did accomplish a few of my goals which was get my second published work out. If you haven’t checked it out yet, How A Donut Destroyed Earth will be the Christmas gift you never knew you needed. …

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Fiction (Saturday): Podkin One-Ear

My first novella, City of Kaiju, is finally out! Available through Amazon and Books2Read. You can see a preview of the very first chapter here. Help support a fresh new author with a fantastic read this summer. I have also launched a Patreon to fund myself and future projects for you guys to read. You …

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Fiction Friday: “A Sin for Freedom” Short Story Review

Been a while since I reviewed a short story, so let’s start strong with some black queer spec-fic stuff. Today’s review is A Sin for Freedom by Eboni J. Dunbar, as featured in Beneath Ceaseless Skies. You can read it here. A powerful tale of womanhood, forbidden love, and epic fight scenes. So let’s get …

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AI Creativity And How It’s Becoming A Problem

When I was a kid, I wished for an invention that allowed me to bring whatever was in my mind to the computer in exact detail. Whatever plays in my head would appear exactly as I imagined it. While that seems closer to reality, it also feels like something that should have stayed in the …

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Warner Bros, Discovery, Animation, and the Need For Media Preservation

You’ve probably heard it from a lot of animation fans, but in case you haven’t, about a month back, the merger between Warner Bros. And Discovery has been an unmitigated disaster. I say that in regards to how HBO Max has essentially given up on animated shows and removed a number of them, not just …

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