The Sidney Lumet Blogathon is nearing its end! Here's the second of RealMovieRob's reviews, analyzing the 1966 spy thriller The Deadly Affair. Thanks again for the [...]
A historical American Revolution-themed adventure proves a good fit for the CYOA series.
The world has almost forgotten Fillmore's samurai novels or Reagan's cowboy book. Why are Presidential novels so obscure?
In this book you have to run around the world chasing a guy who's about to blow up. No, he didn't eat Mexican food--he's really going to explode, like a bomb.
This is the second in a series of blogs I'm calling "Mashup Storypitches," where I take two or more stories from popular culture--movies, books or TV [...]
Crossbow arrows, John Hurt naked and a script possibly written on hallucinogens. What's not to like?
At last! After two duds in a row, I'm finally able to recommend a really good Choose Your Own Adventure book. Sabotage, the maiden effort in [...]
It's over. Late this afternoon I posted Chapter 43 of my World War II spy serial The Armored Satchel on JukePop Serials. It is the final [...]
It's almost over! Yesterday, Chapter 42 of my World War II spy thriller The Armored Satchel went up on JukePop Serials. It's a finale, of sorts--this [...]
Earlier today Chapter 41 of my World War II espionage thriller The Armored Satchel went live on JukePop Serials (which has a new URL, by the [...]