Posts Tagged Novels
Hello everyone, and welcome to a very special episode of Brain Food… At the Movies!
The movie that I reviewed? The Host!
No, not the awesome South Korean Sci-fi horror film from 2006, but the very boring, rather disturbing (for all the wrong reasons) movie based off of Stephenie Meyer’s book of the same name.
While not as bad as I thought it was going to be, I certainly did not come out of this sober…
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 28 of Brain Food, wherein I review Amaya Radjani’s newest book, Tainted!
Here it is on youtube!
And here it is on Blip.TV!
And now that you’ve finished watching the video, go to Middle Child Press to review their entire library and order it!
Wow, it’s been a good while, hasn’t it? But here it finally is, episode 28 of Brain Food, wherein I review Daniel H Wilson’s book, Robopocolypse!
A special thank you goes out to Sparkindarkness for his contribution to this video, and I highly encourage you all to go and read his reviews over at Fangs For The Fantasy.
And especially check out his article on What Will You Do In A Dystopian?
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 22 of Brain Food, where I review the most excellent, funny, and insightful book How To Be Black by Baratunde Thurston.
And since I’ve heard that some of my friends have a hard time viewing this on Blip, I’ve also uploaded this to youtube!
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 21 of Brain Food, wherein I review the excellent anthology by Ankhesen Mie, Folklore & Other Stories.
This video is dedicated in loving memory to celticknotgirl, a wonderful Mass Effect fanfic writer who touched me deeply with her own writing and who considered me a friend.
I can’t believe she’s gone, and she will forever be missed.
Hello everyone, and welcome to episode 19 of Brain Food, where I tell you what’s yummy and nutritious for your head!
Chicks Kick Butt.
But only if you’re a straight, white chick.
One thing I do want to make clear though, in case I didn’t in the review, is that on a technical sense, this book and all its short stories are written very well. They simply fail at everything else, as I pointed out.
Hello everyone, and for today’s episode, I’m going to be reviewing the erotic romance novel, Corruption, by Amaya Radjani.
Stay tuned for the next episode, when I review a rather, surprisingly good X-Men manga… and no, I’m not talking about that crappy series that came out in the late 90s.
Hello everyone and welcome once more to another episode of Brain Food!
Sorry about the wait, but I’ve been out of it due to back therapy and playing lots and lots of Mass Effect 3. At any rate, I hope you enjoy the video!
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 13 of Brain Food, where I discuss After The Golden Age, by Carrie Vaughn, which is nowhere near as good as all the critics qho are quoted in the book say it is, believe you me.
I hope to do more positive reviews next time, because I like being positive, even though it is easier to make jokes during a negative review.
Hello everyone, and welcome to another first for me as I discuss the anthology, Steam Powered: Lesbian Steampunk Stories!
This is more than simply titilation, but a collection of short stories that revolve around steampunk while also having a plethoral of interesting, fascinating characters in various stories that range from political intrigue and espionage to plain old, lovely romance, all while being seen through the lens of people that steampunk normally would not include. It was a fantastic read and the editor has, in recent months, released a second volume that I highly recommend you all seek out and buy.