Batman Returns was a favourite film of mine growing up, but how was the SNES game adaption?
Welcome, one and all, to today's interview. Today, we're joined by author and screenwriter Shara Godwinson. Shara, welcome to the site. Before we continue, can you give a quick intro for readers who may not be familiar with your work? Hello Matt. Thanks for having me. Dragon Fire, Angel Light is the first book I … Continue reading Author Interview: Shara Godwinson
Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects author interview! Today, we have Charli Coty stopping by. Charli, welcome to the site. Can you give a quick introduction for those that may not be familiar with your work? Hi Matt, thanks for having me! I’m an old bisexual gal who’s been writing forever and this … Continue reading Author Interview: Charli Coty
Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects book review. Today, I’m delving back into the mind of Brad-Harmer Barnes with his third novella, Vietnam Black. For those unfamiliar with him, you can check out my interview with the man himself, as well as my reviews of his first two books, North Sea Hunters and … Continue reading Book Review: Vietnam Black by Brad Harmer-Barnes
Welcome, one and all, to another author interview. Today, I'm welcoming Tay LaRoi to the site to talk about her fantasy series, The Faerie Court Chronicles. Tay, can you give readers who may not be familiar with you a quick introduction? Sure! I'm 25, recently relocated to South Carolina for work, and write on the side. … Continue reading Author Interview: Tay LaRoi
Welcome, one and all, to another book review. Today, I’m looking at Rebecca Langham’s debut novel Beneath The Surface. By way of disclosure, I received a copy of the book from the author in return for an honest review. Background: Australia’s Rebecca Langham is a self-confessed nerd, a Whovian, a Xenite, and a lover of … Continue reading Book Review: Beneath The Surface by Rebecca Langham
First he lost his daughter. His mind may be next. After years of being haunted by the day his little girl drowned, Vincent faces a new nightmare — one that reaches into the real world and beyond the grave. If Souls Can Sleep introduces a hidden world where gifted individuals possess the power to invade the dreams … Continue reading Book Spotlight: If Souls Can Sleep by David Michael Williams
Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects book review. This time around I’ve been diving back into Belart Wright’s LitRPG series, Hell’s Glitch. Having fallen behind with it a bit, I’m only book two, which is Glitch Fiends Part One. By way of disclosure, I did not request a review copy of this particular … Continue reading Book Review: Hell’s Glitch – The Glitch Fiends Part One
Welcome, one and all, to something a little bit different: my very first OWLS post! Now, if you don’t know, OWLS stands for Otaku Warriors for Libery and Self-Respect. Basically, we are a group of otaku bloggers who promotes acceptance of all individuals regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion and disability. We emphasize the … Continue reading OWLS Blog Tour: The mirror and the fertilizer – Megumi Tadokoro and the competitive world of Shokugeki no SOMA
Welcome, one and all, to the announcement post for the 2018 edition of my annual Crunchyroll of the Dice tournament. For those that don’t know, the feature sees me picking a number of random anime from the streaming service Crunchyroll and pitting them against each other in a single elimination tournament. Basically, round one sees … Continue reading Crunchyroll of the Dice 2018 announcement!
Thats right! From 14th February to 27th February, the ebook edition of Addict (The Cassie Tam Files #1) is on sale with 40% on Amazon and the NineStar Press site! With book two coming later this year, now is a great time to jump into the series. When PI Cassie Tam agrees to investigate the … Continue reading Addict Flash Sale! 40% off 14th February – 27th February!
Welcome, one and all, to what I’m hoping will be an interesting posting for you all. Today, we’re going to take a brief look at my love of anime over the years. I was born in 1984 and like many kids of my era, I had access to a lot of anime from an early … Continue reading Anime and me: a brief history
Right then … we’re onto day sixteen of the 30 Day Anime Challenge. What that means is broaching which anime has the best animation. Now, this is a really difficult one to quantify. Not only do we need to consider technical quality, we’re also looking at subjective opinion based on what you like. Oh, and … Continue reading 30 Day Anime Challenge: #16 – Best Animation