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Warning: this article contains mild spoilers! Before Lost, I never watched a TV series all the way through. Of course I had my share of childhood cartoon binges (see Pokemon and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) but that was much less of [...]

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REVIEW: The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason

REVIEW: The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason

The Clockwork Scarab is the first book in The Stoker and Holmes series by Colleen Gleason. It features Mina Holmes, niece to Sherlock Holmes, and Evaline Stoker, sister to Bram Stoker. Both girls are called to investigate two murders and [...]

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Editor’s Letter: Where We Look

Editor’s Letter: Where We Look

One of the first science fiction shows I watched from beginning to end was James Cameron's Dark Angel, which aired for two seasons in the early 2000s. The series starred Jessica Alba as a genetically-engineered post-apocalyptic hero trying to avoid [...]

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Barrie vs. Disney: The Captain Hook Chronicle

Barrie vs. Disney: The Captain Hook Chronicle

All characters on ABC (and thus Disney)’s Once Upon a Time are drawn from well-known fairytales and classic books.  These stories have become familiar to large audiences over the years, thanks to Disney’s animated movies.  One such story is that [...]

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REVIEW: Find Me by Romily Bernard

REVIEW: Find Me by Romily Bernard

Find Me is Romily Bernard’s debut novel, but it doesn’t read like one. It’s complex, engaging with a writing style that flows and it deals with real life issues that can plague families and community alike. Wick Tate has had [...]

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