Game of Thrones

Have Literary Luddites Taken Over SFF Fandom?!

For the past year, I’ve been doing the indie thing- writing and self-publishing my own novels on Amazon, B&N, etc. During that time I’ve learned quite a lot and have come to the conclusion that SFF fans are luddites when it comes to the literary ... Read More »

Game of Thrones and the Curse of the Ninth Episode

Game of Thrones and the Curse of the Ninth Episode

Traditionally, episode 9 of Game of Thrones has been The Big One. Something HUGE happens which has been building up for an entire season and so it is looked forward to by all with glee, mirth and a lingering sense of dread. In season one, it was Ned ... Read More »

An Interview with Bestselling Author Ty Franck (James S.A. Corey)

An Interview with Bestselling Author Ty Franck (James S.A. Corey)

Today we are lucky enough to host the critically acclaimed science fiction author Ty Franck. Ty writes as one half of the artificial construct known as James S.A. Corey. Together with his co-author, Daniel Abraham, Ty has introduced the world to the ... Read More »

The Battle For The Throne

The Battle For The Throne

So I have finally caught up with Game of Thrones. Something I have finally bumped up from my to watch list to watch list. Through the first season I found myself using it as my background show whilst I was up to something else. But as I’ve mad... Read More »

So Who is the Doctor?

So Who is the Doctor?

I must admit, I’ve not been so excited about a season finale in a longtime. Most of the time, I’m not worried about how a series will end but how I’m going to cope until the next on starts. Still, if series like Game of Thrones has taught me anything... Read More »

On Sansa Stark

On Sansa Stark

(Note: This is from the perspective of someone who has watched the Game of Thrones TV show but is only 120 pages into the first book.) I’ve spent a serious chunk of my first week in the Game of Thrones fandom catching up on the debate over Sans... Read More »

Here Comes the Lull

It’s seriously getting close to the end of the 2012/2013 season. Next week May will be here and with it comes a bunch of season finales and the odd cancelation. It’s the time when I wonder what I am going to watch. Sure True Blood will b... Read More »

The Greatest Fantasy Author of All Time

The Greatest Fantasy Author of All Time

This week some in the world are celebrating the birth/death of the Bard of Avon also known as William Shakespeare. Shakespeare as you might have heard was a well-known English playwright and poet. Curiously enough his birthday matches exactly with th... Read More »

Are Vampires So 2012?

Vampires have been the top of popular sci-fi culture with the masses for quite a few years now, but are people starting to get bored of them? Moonlight was the first on the scene with the vampire PI, which was quickly cancelled, sadly being several ... Read More »

Great TV Series Are Like Buses … Two Come Along at Once

Great TV Series Are Like Buses … Two Come Along at Once

This weekend has been all about TV; on Saturday night we had the return of the Doctor but also the high fantasy epic Game of Thrones. I can’t remember the last time I looked forward to two hours of awesome television. The return of the Last of the Ti... Read More »

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