Review: ALL-NEW WOLVERINE VOL. 1: THE FOUR SISTERS by Tom Taylor

To be fair, I haven’t read any of the original Wolverine graphic novels, so I didn’t really know what I was getting into with a female version of the iconic Marvel character. As played by Hugh Jackman, Wolverine has consistently been my favorite part of the X-Men on screen. So I had high hopes forContinue reading “Review: ALL-NEW WOLVERINE VOL. 1: THE FOUR SISTERS by Tom Taylor”

New post at Speculative Chic

I’ve been remiss in shouting it from  the rooftops much over here on my personal corner of the internet, but I’m still having a ton of fun being a regular contributor to the blog Speculative Chic. Mostly I participate in group posts, such as a monthly column about my favorite new thing. I can also alwaysContinue reading “New post at Speculative Chic”

Review: CAPTAIN MARVEL Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More by Kelly Sue Deconnick

This was another book picked up by my husband in his quest for graphic novels about women heroes by women authors. I’m a huge fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but I didn’t grow up on comic books, so I’ve been going into all the movies blind. I figured this would be a greatContinue reading “Review: CAPTAIN MARVEL Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More by Kelly Sue Deconnick”

“Evolution of Vampires in Popular Fiction” on Speculative Chic

About a year ago, I was lucky enough to be featured on SF Signal, an amazing blog that featured all things speculative fiction. To help promote my own brand-new, nontraditional vampire novel, I condensed years worth of research into a short article on the evolution of how vampires have been represented in popular fiction throughoutContinue reading ““Evolution of Vampires in Popular Fiction” on Speculative Chic”

SF Signal hosts my blog post about vampires in popular fiction!

I took a film genre course in college, and wrote an entire research paper on the evolution of vampires in film. No knowledge is ever wasted, so with a little more work, I was able to write a (much shorter) essay on the evolution of vampires in popular fiction. SF Signal was lovely enough toContinue reading “SF Signal hosts my blog post about vampires in popular fiction!”