Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Enquiring Hitchhiker Interviews Author Sarah A. Hoyt

The Enquiring Hitchhiker brings you an interview with Sarah A. Hoyt. She is the author of the award winning Darkship Thieves which won the Prometheus award in 2011. Question 1 – You are a prolific writer in many different genres. Is it very hard to switch back and forth from historic romance, to fantasy, and then to science fiction? It’s very, very difficult. I think I’d get bored if I did only one thing, but I could stand to kick back a little. Actually I haven’t done historic romance — not Read more […]

The SteamGoth Anthology Series Has a New Addition

I generally don’t push products on this site, but I make an exception for our flagship line of books from Crosstime Publishing. This week Goggles, Gears and Gremlins debuts on Amazon and Kindle. Click HERE The Kindle edition is 99 cents so please check it out and if you like it try out one of the other two books in the SteamGoth series… (and if you really love them please leave a review with Amazon)       Sorcery, Steam, and Steel                 Monsters, Read more […]

Ender’s Game: Why You Should Not Boycott This Movie

I was having a conversation at lunch with a friend about his plans to boycott the Ender’s Game movie. My first thought was why do I care if an older, white, and religious man dislikes gay marriage, or even gays? My own father doesn’t like gays and certainly disapproves of gay marriage. I still show up at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Fourth of July even though I disagree with his stance on that issue. I certainly have more reason to boycott these events then I do anything dealing with Orson Read more […]

The Europa Report: The Future on two fronts

After seeing the Europa Report (I thought it was a fantastic film), I believe we are seeing the future on two fronts. The SciFi Front: This film was an indie project. It was well written and acted. The special affects was neat and showed how hard space travel can be.¬† It show one thing and it showed that¬† good SciFi can be good without warp speed, aliens and shooting people up. Traditional SciFi can be boring. How much shoot em up types can you show? How many actors with plastic foreheads can Read more […]