Boone’s Journey – So much more than just sci fi

This week I had the pleasure of reading Boone’s Journey, a short story by Kirstin Pulioff. Boone’s Journey is an amazing short story centring around a strong, independent woman named Talia. Not your typical heroine, Talia is damaged and antisocial, an alcoholic and essentially an orphan, and I was left strangely sympathetic to her plight … More Boone’s Journey – So much more than just sci fi

Cry of the Sea

“No good calls ever came at two o’clock in the morning. Only ones that wipe out any hope of having a normal day. On this particular morning, it wiped out hope of anything ever being “normal” again.” Cry of the Sea is author D.G. Driver’s first novel, and she proves herself to be a unique new … More Cry of the Sea

Tamara Talks

I’ve been following Tamara for a while now, and every time I come across one of her poems, I can’t help but smile. Her work seems driven by wanderlust, and has a certain “wandering-but-not-lost” quality that I can’t get enough of. Each line gingerly tastes the unknown, exploring the unforeseen. “She wanted to see the … More Tamara Talks