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‘Nowhere To Run’ Review by Ron Fortier

NOWHERE TO RUN (A Joe Picket Novel) By C.J. Box Berkeley Prime Crime 320 pages One of the things readers often do is give books as presents. We’ve been doing that for years and recently our good friend, Gary Kato, send us “Nowhere To Run,” by C.J. Box. In the

‘The Legend of Caleb York’ Review by Ron Fortier

THE LEGEND OF CALEB YORK By Mickey Spillane & Max Allan Collins Kensington Publishing 229 pages Say the words Mickey Spillane and most readers will immediately Mike Hammer and hardboiled mysteries. Perhaps the furthest thing from anyone’s thoughts would be a classic western adventure. Which is exactly what this book

Movie review: Will ‘Divergent’ be the next ‘Hunger Games’?

By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz Not long ago, young adult book-to-movie adaptations were a hot commodity in Hollywood. The supernatural teen romance “Twilight” and its sequels made millions at the box office, and the post-apocalyptic thriller “The Hunger Games” made a star of Jennifer Lawrence and generated huge amounts

ESO’S BOBBY NASH STEPS INTO THE STAR CHAMBER DECEMBER 11TH!

On Wednesday, December 11th at 9 pm EST, the Star Chamber Show episode #3 will feature ESO’s own Bobby Nash! An award-winning writer of novels, graphic novels, comics, short stories, and more, Bobby is also co-host of the Earth Station One podcast and is frequently a TV and Movie actor and extra, including shows such

PULP FICTION REVIEWS FUZZY NATION

Friend of the Station, Ron Fortier returns with another Pulp Fiction Review. This time out Ron takes a look at FUZZY NATION by John Scalzi.

PULP FICTION REVIEWS: ARCHIE MEETS NERO WOLFE

ARCHIE MEETS NERO WOLFE By Robert Goldsborough A Mysteriouspress.com Book 221 pages If you are a lover of books, then the passing of a favorite writer brings on a great deal of sadness; especially if that writer had been the author of a well loved series. Such was the case

NEW ‘OLD MAN’ STORY TO APPEAR IN ASIMOV’S!

New Pulp author William Preston shared the following with ESO. The September 2012 issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction (appearing via online sources and in bookstores in mid-July) will feature a new novella about the variously named character from William Preston’s “Helping Them Take the Old Man Down” (Asimov’s, March 2010)

If you liked that creepy clown from IT, you’ll love this King news

By Matthew Jackson, Source: Blastr.com In 1986, Stephen King made the definitive statement on creepy clowns with his sprawling horror novel IT. Now, King has revealed that he’s got a new book in the works that returns to carnival-themed terror. So, what will the King of Horror creep us out

The Rules Of Time Travel, According To Stephen King

by Brendon Connelly, Source: Bleeding Cool.com Stephen King needs tidy rules for time travel more than most of us. Not because he’s a time traveller (he’s not, okay) but because he’s been writing about one. In order to promote his new novel, 11/22/63, which is being adapted into a film

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