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Bad Lip-Reading

So, you know when your main character has traded their voice for a cybernetic eye but then has their holographic word-display device shot off their wrist when a hostage negotiation goes south and has to try to get people to read their lips in order to understand what they’re saying? 253 more words


MRC and Sony Pictures Plans Massive Adaption of Stephen King's 'THE DARK TOWER' Series

While Warner Bros. Pictures announced that they would not be moving forward with plans for a massive adaption of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series, the project was ultimately passed to Universal. 281 more words


Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Who are you?

What have we done to each other?

These are the questions that Nick Dunne finds himself asking on the morning of his fifth wedding anniversary, when his wife Amy suddenly disappears. 566 more words


'Blue Danube' by Eunice Buckley

This novel begins in the 1890s, with a Jewish patriarch in Vienna counting his blessings:

Today, the Lord be thanked, the Jews were neither despised nor rejected, but mingled with the Gentiles on terms of equality: in some instances might it not even be proper to say on terms of superiority?

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Book Review: Nervous Conditions

Nervous Conditions by Tsitsi Dangarembga (ISBN: 978-0-9547023-3-5, Ayebia Clarke Publishing, Ltd., 2004) was first published in 1988, but escaped my notice for many years. 583 more words


Transmedia T-Virus

Transmedia is sending out one message across different channels. What I have used as an example of this post is Resident Evil. So did they manage to pull of a global audience? 18 more words


Romeo Redeemed by Stacey Jay


BLURB: “Romeo Montague, known for his ruthless, cutthroat ways and cursed to live out eternity in his rotted corpse, is being given the chance to redeem himself. 431 more words