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How to Publish Your Own Fantasy Novel

By Swapna KrishnaJune 15, 2012
With the plethora of fantasy novels being written and published lately, you probably have wondered if you should put pen to paper and write your own. After all, you have a great imagination and decent writing skills. Why not? If you're considering writing a work ... More  →
How to Publish Your Own Fantasy Novel

Andrew W.K. meets... My Little Pony?

By Swapna KrishnaJune 14, 2012
Yes, you read that headline right. According to Prefix Magazine, Andrew W.K. is going to put his motivational speaking skills to use at the My Little Pony convention in Ohio in late September. (And if you're asking yourself, "There's a My Little Pony convention??" we're ... More  →
Andrew W.K. meets... My Little Pony?

REVIEW: Dark Matter Graphic Novels, Volumes 1-4

By Swapna KrishnaJune 4, 2012
The names Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie should be very familiar to any die hard science fiction fan—after all, these men worked on the Stargate franchise and brought us some of the most memorable characters in sci-fi history. It’s exciting to see them turn their ... More  →
REVIEW: Dark Matter Graphic Novels, Volumes 1-4

Summer YA Fiction: A Round-Up

By Swapna KrishnaMay 30, 2012
Summer's really the best time for books. Life is a little slower, a little lazier, and we all seem to have more time for reading and relaxing (especially if it's by the pool!). It seems like publishers have noticed this as well because some of ... More  →
Summer YA Fiction: A Round-Up

BOOK REVIEW: The Heir of Night by Helen Lowe

By Swapna KrishnaMay 29, 2012
The Heir of Night, the first in a four-book series called The Wall of Night, might be an “adult” fantasy novel, but it certainly has wide-ranging appeal. The main character, Malian, is the teenage heir to the House of Night. In the world of Haarth, ... More  →
BOOK REVIEW: The Heir of Night by Helen Lowe

5 Books that Made Us Believe in Aliens

By Swapna KrishnaMay 25, 2012
Aliens. They ARE coming to get us. We can pretend that we're alone in the universe, but that's horribly arrogant and self-centered, isn't it? The fact is, there's almost no way there isn't life on other planets. The real question is whether there is intelligent ... More  →
5 Books that Made Us Believe in Aliens

4 Books to Help You Through a Zombie Uprising

By Swapna KrishnaMay 21, 2012
I'm sure you wonder (as we all do from time to time) what you'd do if the world fell apart and there was a zombie attack. Would you be one of the first victims? Would you fight back, but eventually succumb to the brain-eating menace? ... More  →
4 Books to Help You Through a Zombie Uprising

5 Books That Made Us Afraid of Robots

By Swapna KrishnaMay 18, 2012
Robots. According to shows like Star Trek: The Next Generation, they're friendly machines who insist on being called androids, but we know better. We know that robots are evil killing machines that are just waiting to take over the world. One minute, they're our friends, ... More  →
5 Books That Made Us Afraid of Robots

BOOK REVIEW: Insurgent by Veronica Roth

By Swapna KrishnaMay 16, 2012
It’s the distant future, and the world we know and love? It’s gone. What’s left of American civilization is centered in the city of Chicago and the people in it are divided into five factions. Each of these groups focuses on a human virtue, a ... More  →
BOOK REVIEW: Insurgent by Veronica Roth

Four Books that Would Benefit from Horror-ification

By Swapna KrishnaMay 11, 2012
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters. Literary mash-ups are all the rage right now, and for very good reason. They take a story we know and love, then give it a new and exciting spin. We're ... More  →
Four Books that Would Benefit from Horror-ification