Monthly Archives: November 2014

Book Review: The Tombs of Atuan by Ursula Le Guin

The next book for my Readings in the Genre: Fantasy Classics class for my Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University is the Tombs of Atuan (Fantasy 180 pages) by Ursula Le Guin. One of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Writing Workshop Notebook by Alan Ziegler

One of the required books for my Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University is The Writing Workshop Notebook (Reference/Resource 180 pages) by Alan Ziegler. This is probably the most effective writing book I’ve read in the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Book of Life

I think I remember seeing a preview for the Book of Life in front of one of the animated movies I went and saw in the last ten months, but I don’t remember which one. I think I remember seeing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Freedom’s Choice by Anne McCaffrey

I finished reading Freedom’s Choice (Science Fiction 327 pages) by Anne McCaffrey this morning and am absolutely ready to move on to the next book in the series. This story takes place immediately after Freedom’s Landing, so if you haven’t … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Earth to Echo

While out on a supply run recently, I noticed that Earth to Echo was out on video. I had wanted to see it when I saw previews for it last year but my movie-going experiences have been rather sporadic lately. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Freedom’s Landing by Anne McCaffrey

While I was out searching for books recently, I found the Freedom novels by Anne McCaffrey. I finished Freedom’s Landing (Science Fiction 324 pages) a few days ago and immediately started on the second book. If you haven’t read this … Continue reading

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