Category Archives: Books

Progressive Tolerance: Simon & Schuster Employees Demand Company Cut Ties With Trump Admin Authors

Remember who Liberals would tell us that they are uber-tolerant? That we must respect all points of view? That all voices are valued? That we should listen to different voices? Well, yeah, of course that was a smoke screen for their Progressive (nice Fascism) beliefs 216 employees demand Simon & Schuster cut ties with Trump […]

NJ Library Limits Books Checked Out In Order To Increase Screen Time

In case you haven’t figured it out, I read a lot. Sometimes as much as 2 to 3 books a week. Mostly science fiction, some fantasy, horror, a few mysteries. Anyhow, remember the days growing up, and checking books out at the library? Heck, you may still do this. All my books come via Kindle, […]

Book And Show Post

It’s been awhile since I did a book post, but, hey, let’s do something different, especially since I have so many books to read I’m not even sure what to read next. You can see on the sidebar I have it linked to my Goodreads account, showing ones I’ve finished. Lately, I’ve just had back […]

Favorite Zombie Books

I’ve mentioned before that I am a huge fan of the zombie genre. I ran across some really good zombie books years ago, early on in the Amazon Kindle rise, when you were able to find great books that you’d never find in the book stores nor libraries. A good zombie book is focused less […]

Latest SJW Whine: Lack Of Diversity In Books

For people who say they are forward looking, upbeat, and positive, they sure seem to be miserable and major league whiners (AFP) As the film and music industries grapple with the fallout from the race rows that dogged the Oscars and the Brit Awards, English author Bali Rai warns publishing too has a serious diversity […]

Have You Ever Read A Book That Seemed More Like A Newspaper Or Magazine Article?

In all my years, I don’t think I’ve ever read a book that unintentionally mimicked a newspaper or magazine article. I’ve read, and enjoyed (and not enjoyed) fiction books that were intended to be like a non-fictional account, such as Zombie War by Nicholas Ryan (his 3 other zombie books are damned good, too). However, […]

Books: On The Suspension Of Belief

What, exactly, is the suspension of belief? Essentially, in fiction, this is where the author creates a situation where one can suspend their belief that “this can’t happen. Give me break”. Sometimes it is really easy, as with books on zombies, vampires, Frankenstein, and so many others within the horror and science fiction genres. Not […]

How To Destroy The Morals And Mores Of A Country

In discussing the uber-left book Christan Nation, I mentioned I generally avoid the heavily political fiction books (I don’t mind a bit of politics, but, keep it simple), but there are two I’ve read in the last year or so, An Act Of Self Defense by Erne Lewis and In Due Time by J.K. Jones, […]

Liberals Really Excited Over New Book “Christian Nation”

No, this isn’t a non-fiction book, but the paranoid ravings of what Liberals think might happen if, God some nebulous social justice deity who probably isn’t real anyhow forbid, McCain-Palin had won in 2008. Ace was all over this yesterday, with three posts on the subject. People were making fun of the book on Twitter. […]

Watcha Reading?

Happy Books! Last Sunday I mentioned I had started The Icarus Void by CK Burch. Made it about half way through, and it just became dull. The plot plodded along. So, moved on to Ravage: An Apocalyptic Horror Story by Ian Rob Wright, a follow up to Sea Sick. A good book with an ending […]

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