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Stephen King talks about his involvement in ‘It’

The reboot of the ’80s horror book turned film It has hit theaters today. Originally written by Stephen King, one of the masters of horror, the new version of his classic horror

Awkward Conversations: Ep. 14 ‘June Gemini’ : An Awesome New Sci-Fi Climate!

Weather conditions are turning violent; catastrophes abound. But that’s when June Gemini discovers that he has powers– special powers. All this and more is contained in the new book, June

New images and promos for A Series of Unfortunate Events

Two weeks! That’s all that is left to countdown until A Series of Unfortunate Events finally premieres on Netflix. How excited are you?! I’ve had my doubts about the show, especially

My Name is Stardust: A new type of children’s book

A father and daughter have teamed up to write what looks like a fantastic book. My Name is Stardust is a story that takes Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s saying that “we are

A look at Count Olaf: A Series of Unfortunate Events

I have to admit, when Netflix first announced they were taking on A Series of Unfortunate Events, I was queasy. It’s one of my favorite book series, and different from

A look into Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

Although some people are still upset about the new Harry Potter and The Cursed Child book, doesn’t mean it wasn’t successful – right? Recently, short after the release of the book,

Marzia Bisognin releases first horror novel, Dream House

“When Amethyst stumbles upon the house of her dreams, she can’t help but be enchanted by it, even if there’s something a little…off about the place.” Dream House is a

A new type of way to learn about our universe

Science can sometimes be intimidating! You hear about someone who is working to be in the STEM field, or see scientists work on intense projects, or even have taken a

Science related books you have to read

I’ve always encourage people to stock up on their science-related books. Although I do believe in a balance of all types of books of course (because books are awesome), we

New ‘Harry Potter’ book to be released this summer!

Ever wondered what happened to our famous wizards and their young children? Well, the play that was going to premiere at the West End in London this summer was going

Norman Bridwell, creator of Clifford the Big Red Dog, passes away

Some very sad news was announced today. Author and cartoonist Norman Bridwell has passed away at the age of 86. Norman’s legacy will live forever in the hearts and minds of children

Bryan Cranston narrates explicit children’s book, ‘You Have to F***ing Eat!’

From the people who brought you Go The [email protected]#k To Sleep comes an new book that is clearly not made for children, You Have to F#$king Eat. The new book is

NYCC 2014: Amber Benson talks books, vampires, and Buffy

By Joshua Kaye Amber Benson, known for her role as Tara Maclay on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, is an established writer. She has written several supernatural/fantasy novels

5 alternate history novels for Wolfenstein fans

Wolfenstein: New Order* is on shelves and seems to be getting some great reviews. You can read our review of the game HERE. While it’s great to see a classic

Five reasons to read The Dark Tower series

Hile, Gunslinger. If you recognize these words, we are very well met along the path of the beam, you and I. We are members of a fandom that can’t be

Ex Libris Excelsior! 8 Geeky Bookplates

Often referred to as an Ex-Libris, a bookplate was a pictorial device, usually stamped in the front cover of a book and adorned with a name and creative illustrations, indicating

Extraordinary Circumstance: An Introduction to the Wold Newton Universe

In December 1795, near Wold Newton in Yorkshire, England, a meteor crashed to Earth. Fortunately, no one was hurt and the event made for great publicity. The owner of the

Deep cover: The cover art of 007

I’m a Bond fan. I can’t think of a single person I know who isn’t. Through 23 official films and three unofficial movies, the character of 007 has become a

Wayward Manor: Neil Gaiman’s video game debut

If you’re familiar with the name Neil Gaiman, chances are you’re familiar with his work in the world of comics (Sandman, Marvel:1602) and novels (American Gods, Coraline). If you like

‘Doctor Sleep’: Stephen King’s new book

Master of the macabre, Stephen King, will be releasing his newest novel September 24th and it happens to be a “sequel” to The Shining. Doctor Sleep continues the story of,

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