WWW: October 5, 2011

Lots of good stuff this week. I stepped out a bit and included some links that are a bit different than the normal stuff you’re used to seeing here. Hope you enjoy. In the coming weeks, if you find something interesting you think everyone should read, drop me a line via the contact form and let me know, or just post it below. Also, don’t forget to check out the interview with Emily Fiegenschuh. She’s lovely and amazingly talented, and you shouldn’t miss a chance to win a copy of her incredible book. Let’s get started:

fantasy book reviews science fiction book reviews1) New Dragon Age Web Series: Felicia Day as an elf, kicking asses in the world of Dragon Age? Get out of my head, whoever is making this, and how did you get access to my fan fiction?

2) Inaccuracies in fiction: when is reshaping fact appropriate?: An interesting article about the roles of facts in SF.

3) All these worlds are yours…: Bad Astronomy is not a blog I would normally get to post here, but blogger Phil Plait has linked to Dan Durda’s page of digital art…..and boy is it a treat. Beautiful.

4) Progressive Electronic Funk Rock…: Whatever genre you want to put it in, it has a Sci-Fi theme feel to it… and it is loaded with goodness. I recommend listening to it whilst looking at the gallery I linked above.

5) All Hallows Read: Give a scary book this Halloween. Neil Gaiman says so.

6) Amazon Updated Reamde on Kindle: If by “updated” you mean “fixed a few grammar errors and then wiped out all your highlights and bookmarks.”


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JUSTIN BLAZIER (on FanLit's staff since September 2009) is a Cyber-Security Analyst/Network Engineer located in Northern Kentucky. Like many fantasy enthusiasts, Justin cut his teeth on authors like Tolkien, Anthony, and Lewis. Due to lack of space, his small public library would often give him their donated SFF books. When he is not reading books he is likely playing board games or Tabletop RPGs. Justin lives in a quiet neighborhood with his wife, their daughter, and Norman the dog.

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