Monday, December 1, 2014

Narrations

Another narration by yours truly, it's called Steam Girl, By Dylan Harrocks.

http://farfetchedfables.com/far-fetched-fables-no-29-dylan-horrocks-and-adam-browne/

And yet another, older one, called A Night in the Tropics, by Jeffrey Ford.

http://farfetchedfables.com/far-fetched-fables-no-9-jeffrey-ford-tony-ballantyne-and-laurel-winter/

Monday, September 22, 2014

Dancers by William Meikle

In December of 2013 a story I read for "The Way of The Buffalo" podcast was uploaded. Here's a link to "Dancers" by William Meikle.

http://wayofthebuffalopodcast.blogspot.com/2013/12/story-dancers-by-william-meikle.html

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Green Eggs and Horror

Well, It's about time I updated my blog so as to keep things more current. So here's a project I worked on a year ago... almost a year ago. http://greeneggsandhorror.com/ is a dr. seuss inspired horror story anthology that I edited, produced, and partially narrated.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Bands You Probably Don't Know, But Probably Should.

I've loved this band for a few years now, apparently not enough to share them until now. But here ya go, Pain - Follow Me. 


Enjoy.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Bands you should know, but probably don't.

Today's band you should know is Corroded. Corroded is a Swedish metal band with a sound similar to that of the southern metal band SOiL. Oh, you don't know SOiL? Well Here's both bands you should know!

Corroded - I Am The God

SOiL - Halo


Enjoy...

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Reviews Galore!

Well not reviews just a bunch of books i've read so far this year, if you wanna hear more, put it in the comments, I can elaborate. But I fell behind and now I'm just gonna blast a 1-5 rating for a bunch of books I've read.

Foundation - Isaac Asimov : 4/5
Do androids Dream of Electric sheep - Philip k. Dick : 4/5
Rendevous with Rama - Aurthur C. Clarke : 4/5
Hyperion - Dan Simmons : 2/5
Brave New World - Aldous Huxley : 3/5
The Time Machine - HG Wells : 3/5
Childhoods End - Aurthur C Clarke : 5/5
The Moon is a Harsh Mistress - Robert Heinlein : 3/5
War of the Worlds - HG Wells : 2/5
The Forever War - Joe Halderman : 2/5
The Martian Chronicles - Ray Bradbury : 4/5
SlaughterHouse Five - Kurt Vonnegut : 2/5
Snow Crash -  Neal Stephensen : 5/5
Mote in God's Eye - Niven and Pournelle : 4/5
Left Hand of Darkness - Ursula K. LeGuinn : 4/5
Speaker for the Dead - Orson Scott Card : 4/5
Jurassic Park : Michael Chrighton : 3/5
The Man in the High Castle - Philip K. dick : 4/5
The Caves of Steel - Isaac Asimov : 3/5
The Stars my Destination - Alfred bester : 1/5
Gateway - Frederik Pohl : 3/5
Lord of Light - Roger Zelazny : 3/5
Solaris - Lem Stanislaw : 4/5
20,000 Leagues Under The Sea - Jules Verne : 3/5
A Wrinkle in Time - Madeline L'engle : 3/5
Cat's Cradle - Kurt Vonnegut : 1/5
Contact - Carl Sagan : 5/5 "Hail SAGAN!"
The Andromeda Strain - Michael Chrighton : 4/5
The Gods Themselves - Isaac Asimov : 4/5
Flowers for Algernon - Daniel Keyes : 5/5
A Canticle for Leibowitz - Walter M Miller : 4/5

Monday, March 4, 2013

Book Review #'s 14-19 Half Share - Owner's Share

So, I reviewed Quarter Share by Nathan Lowell a little bit ago, but now I've gone and listened to the rest  of the books in the series in order. I'm a bit of a fanatic about this series, it really gets to me, the first three are full of potential, nothing really bad happens and everything is great, even through the challenges there is always a feeling of "everything is gonna be alright" and it just makes me happy all day long listening to those books and when he finally gets out of the academy things change a lot.

The second trilogy has an entirely different tone, it's all about how Ishmael handles difficult situations, and Jeff Maloney, the CEO of the shipping company Ishmael works for, is always there causing some part of the trouble. He has to deal with a terrible captain in the fourth book, Double Share. He has to learn to command a ship and not let his ego run the show in Captains Share. And in Owner's Share, well I won't ruin it for you, but it's compelling, terrific, awesome, happy and sad. 4/5 You should read this book series if you like this sort of thing, and by that I mean awesome stuff.