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#TBT Guest Post: An In-Depth Look at Cult Classic Reality Bites #Review by Deepika Bhaduri #GuestPost #ThrowbackThursday #Movies

Who else loved this flick as much as I did? It was so relevant at the time, so topical! These guys were the original "Hipsters", so when Deepika from Movie Anatomie approached me about writing a piece about this 90's classic, I couldn't say no.

Guest Post & Book Spotlight 🎇 Universe: Awakening (Terra Nova #1) by D. Ellis Overttun @neoverttun #Scifi #Theology #BookSpotlight #Books

Today I'm happy to share Universe: Awakening (Terra Nova #1), by D. Ellis Overttun.  Here to discuss his book, is the author himself. If you enjoy Science Fiction that makes you think, have a look, because I think you will enjoy this one!

Guest Post: Religious Allegory in I Am Mother by Alexis Lantgen @LunarianPress #GuestPost #GuestBlog #Scifi #Netflix #IAmMother

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.

Guest Author: The Long and Short of It by Clive Fleury @clivefleury #GuestPost #BookSpotlight #GuestAuthor #Books

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.

Blog Tour: The Onyx Crown by Alan Hurst Excerpt & Guest Post @AlanHurstJr #BlogTour #Giveaway #BookBlogger

Welcome to my stop on The Onyx Crown tour! Today, I have an excerpt and giveaway for you, as well as a guest post by the author, Alan Hurst! (Fantasy/ Adventure)

Guest Post: “7 Badass Female Protagonists in Sci-Fi Written by Women” by Savannah Cordova #GuestPost #SciFi #Books

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...