Had someone read Old Magic in a New World on KDP Unlimited. Thanks! All of my short stories are available to read through Unlimited, so if you have the service feel free to give them a try!
#2 in my Ranking of all Star Trek films. There are times when Star Trek gets really literate, and it pleases me greatly. From "The Conscience of the King" to First Contact, Star Trek writers have been happy to mine some of the English language's greatest classical fiction and drama for allusions. Perhaps Nicholas Meyer… Continue reading Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Here is one of the great shots in American cinema, and it comes in the first five minutes of The Right Stuff, one of the great American epics: That's Chuck Yeager on his horse looking at and passing by the X-1, one of the most advanced pieces of transportation equipment man had created up to… Continue reading The Right Stuff
#11 in my Ranking of all Star Trek films. This movie is objectively bad, but it's not worthless. The story is so poorly assembled and the characters are mostly just placeholders and the movers of small plot points, but within this mishmash of styles, tones, and subplots, there are a handful of actually quite wonderful… Continue reading Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
#4 in my Ranking of all Star Trek Films. Here's the crowd pleaser of the series. Here we have the easiest of the franchise to digest as a viewer, and it's a surprisingly strong combination of goofy, earnest, serious, and joyful. Many movies that try to balance that many tones end up with incoherent experiences,… Continue reading Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home