Review – Wool Omnibus by Hugh Howey

Wow. Just finished Hugh Howey's magnum opus, the Wool Omnibus. It's quite the ride. Wool is a mind-blowing, page-turning adventure that'll have you scratching at your head and thinking, how the hell did Hugh come up with this awesomeness? The inhabitants of Wool live in a dystopian future. The world outside is a brutal place, [...]

Review – Save the Cat by Blake Snyder

This book lives up to its name, and it really is the last book on screenwriting you'll ever need. Save the Cat breaks down the formula used by the most successful movies in the past 20 years, showing you the exact "beats" or key moments you need to provide to engross the audience, and I [...]

Review – Servant of a Dark God by John Brown

Wow. That's all I can say after reading John Brown's debut novel, Servant of a Dark God. This is a work that defies the standard tropes of the genre. The novel focuses on the lives of a group of people who are on the side of "evil," the Sleth, as labelled by the men and [...]