Tag Archives: John Ringo

Book Awards Season, 2018

If you’re like me, you’re a little weary of posts about awards. Though I’m of the persuasion where I ignore everything but book awards, and I still ignore most of those. This will be a quick reminder for those out … Continue reading

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Catholic Dragon Award Suggestions

Since we have not mentioned this since February, It’s occurred to me that the first post was probably a little too cavalier in that Dragon Award post. We should spell out what the bleep is going on a little bit … Continue reading

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Military SF Tech @DragonCon, 2016

This was a fun little panel that I was surprised by — mostly that I got such good video feed. “There’s an awful lot of high tech in military science fiction. Some of it is solidly based on current science/tech. … Continue reading

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Review: Black Tide Rising

If you haven’t read John Ringo’s awesome Black Tide series, you’re missing out. It started as a trilogy, spun out into a quartet, then inspired an anthology….not that I would know anything about that. Heh. The premise is simple: Imagine … Continue reading

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Monster Hunter Grunge Review

What happens when you bring together one of the best SF&F writers into one of the best fantasy worlds in books today? Monster Hunter Memoirs: Grunge. When Marine Private Oliver Chadwick Gardenier is killed in the Marine barrack bombing in … Continue reading

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DragonCon 2016 Report: Fightin’ and Writin’

To begin with, I did not get fancy with the title of this panel. This is how it’s spelled out in the DragonCon listing. In this panel Never make a foolish mistake in a fight scene again. These pros will … Continue reading

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The Catholic Geek: Michelle Buckman, Death Panels, and more 09/06 by We Built That Network | Books Podcasts

Description: Host Declan Finn (author, Honor At Stake), will interview Catholic Writer Guild member and author Michelle Buckman, who penned a book called Death Panels in 1994. Expect that we’ll be talking about Planned Parenthood, abortion.and some of the more … Continue reading

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SciTech: Printed Prosthetics

Not too long ago, science fiction author John Ringo stated that science was getting ahead of his fiction. He could no longer handwavium away details and move on — he would have learn all the intricate details. These are prosthetic … Continue reading

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Touch One Life

Ever have that one awesome favorite that is nothing like anything else you like of the same type? That’s me and the Cruxshadows. The Cruxshadows are a darkwave band. If you don’t know what that is, just think “goth”; the … Continue reading

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Fisking Catholic Fiction

Sometimes, I love my fellow Catholics. And sometimes, they are brain-dead stupid. If you look at this article from CatholicFiction.net, you’ll see this great example of brain death. Science fiction has also been derelict in its duty. Who does science … Continue reading

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