Adam Nevill, Fiction, Film, Horror, Stephen King

“Britain’s answer to Stephen King”

Adam Nevill is a British novelist. His first novel, Banquet for the Damned, was published in 2004. Since then, he has written and published seven additional novels as well as two collections of novellas/short stories. He has been hailed as “Britain’s answer to Stephen King,” which I believe is an unfortunate label to receive. If… Continue reading “Britain’s answer to Stephen King”


Excerpt – Untitled

Here is the opening I stumbled across of a story and thought I might share. The idea is still very early in development—to be honest, I don't even remember about what it was intended. But I like this opener. It is something I am interested in revisiting down the road... 1. This is the story… Continue reading Excerpt – Untitled

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Science-Fiction, Television

Lost in Space (2018)

This past weekend, The Wife and I watched the first season of Netflix's re-imagining of creator Irwin Allen's 1960s sci-fi television series of the same name. Neither one of us came away disappointed. Netflix's Lost in Space follows the lead of previous re-imaginings of other movies and television shows - it steers more toward serious,… Continue reading Lost in Space (2018)

Dan Simmons, Fiction, Historical-Fiction, Horror

The Terror

I would like to discuss this monster of a novel from Dan Simmons. The Terror has been recently adapted as a limited television series airing on AMC. I have not watched the series, yet, as I first want to finish reading the novel. Simmons is a versatile writer, having published novels in an array of… Continue reading The Terror