Review: Logan (2017 movie)

Logan barely even recognizes himself. Mutants are all but gone, and he’s in hiding with Professor Xavier. He wants to stay forgotten but an unknown woman approaches him, asking for help. Despite his refusal, he’s already been dragged into a mess he can’t get away from. To make it even worse, he must take responsibility for someone he never knew existed. People are after them, but can they escape in time?


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Review: The In-Betweener by Ann Christy

Emily has survived the apocalypse but she’s far from safe. She’s alone, her only protection being her weapons, wits and the fence that keeps her from being eaten. Things change when a strange in-betweener appears at the fence. He’s not as feral as the rest and appears to have a message for Emily. Now she has to decide whether to risk leaving her hiding place and face what the world has become…


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Friday Snippet #46

Worldbuilding is essential when writing fantasy, sci-fi or anything else that relies on a world different from ours. But it isn’t always easy.

Picture by Robert Couse-Baker

I recently came across Worldbuilding Stack Exchange, a Q&A site dedicated to — you guessed it — worldbuilding. Anyone can post a question without even having to register! So the next time you hit a wall while worldbuilding, consider turning your problem into a question. With a bit of luck, someone out there will have the answer for you.