Hello my fellow wordsmiths and page turners, Where its always been rude to shout the twist ending at someone on their way to the movie, or while standing in a queue waiting for the latest HP novel (Yes, that's an old reference but its still relevant). The idea of 'Spoilers" and the way we discuss … Continue reading B|t|B: How do you feel about spoilers?
Hello my fellow wordsmith and page turners, Lockdown has been difficult for most of us, we have all been holed up in our houses and flats doing our best impressions of our pets longingly looking out the window waiting for their master/mistresses to come home so that they can go outside. New content on television … Continue reading B|t|B: The Lockdown Effect – Projects Projects Projects – Whats been going on during Lockdown!
image source: Coronavirus World Lockdown End: An Open Lock With A World MapBy Sally - Silversurfer's Editor Hello my fellow wordsmiths and page turners, It is now September 2020. I, like many others, have been in lockdown since March. Until recently I had a full time job, and was working from home, and I have … Continue reading B|t|B – The Lockdown Effect – How has it influenced Creatives?
If you’re a lover of dark fantasy, macabre sci-fi visions, or absurdist storytelling capable of shattering your mind into fragments while simultaneously reassembling it, to allow you to view the world differently through the reflections of its new multifaceted shape, then you must be a fan of Neil Gaiman. It's a fact that some authors … Continue reading B|t|B- Book to TV/Film Adaptations – “The Gaiman Effect”
Title : Heat Wave Author: Richard Castle Page no : 198 Published: July 2009 by Hyperion Harper Collins I am a big fan of the TV show Castle in which Nathan Fillion plays the part of a Murder Mystery writer, Richard Castle who supports the police in a consultant role, at the same time as … Continue reading B|t|B : Crime Week Book Review : Heat Wave by Richard Castle
***Warning Review Contains Spoilers*** I couldn't have been more excited when I saw that the BBC was creating a live action series based on the Susanna Clarke novel, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell. In my opinion it is a great work of fiction, the novel is an urban fantasy, set in the 1800's during the … Continue reading B|t|B: Book + TV Series Review – Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke
Lies of Locke Lamora - Scott Lynch The Story I am completely aghast as to why this hasn't been made yet, with its dark hustle come ocean's eleven-esc story set within an Italian flavoured fantasy Venice. Its sure to be a hit, a world of deceit, corruption and manipulation, this is the playground of Locke Lamora … Continue reading B|t|B: Books that should be made into a Film or TV Series #1