Okay, so the pandemic and social distancing recommendations have had most of us cocooning in our homes for months. This has made watching movies a popular form of entertainment. For many, walking to our kitchen and opening up the refrigerator door has also become our most common form of exercise.
I am absolutely thrilled to have author, Pixie Britton on Reads & Reels today! Not only has she become favourite of mine, she's also as obsessed with zombies as I am. Naturally, we've become the greatest of friends lol! I'm sad to say, I gave up on TWD two seasons ago. It broke my heart but the show just isn't the same. Pixie has stuck with it and has a few things to say about this coming season.
Please welcome author and blogger, Nathan Crockett to Reads & Reels! He and I have a lot in common, we both are devoted cinephiles who believe that the music makes the film! What about you guys, would you agree? Think about your favourite movies and tell me what first springs to mind!
Please welcome writer, Alexis Lantgen to Reads & Reels! Recently, I watched a thought-provoking and thoroughly entertaining flick on Netflix, called I Am Mother. Literally the next day, Alexis had reached out to me about writing a piece on the film, so I jumped at the chance to have a Speculative Fiction writer's interpretation of it.
Please welcome guest author, Clive Fleury to Reads & Reels! Today, he is going to share his thoughts on short stories in general, and more specifically, his latest called Kill Code, a Dystopian Sci-Fi.
Is there anything better than a good Sci-Fi? Sure is! How about the ones with strong women taking the helm? It's becoming more commonplace in fiction now, but not too long ago, "hard" Sci-Fi almost always featured men as the hero. It was rarer still, to find books like this written by women. Cont...