You don't want to mess with Durango. He left his crew behind. His father is dead. And he's going to prove himself to Vienne, even if he dies trying. As he races through flood and fire and across a violent and terrifying planet, there's a 97% chance he's going to die trying. But who's counting? This grunge dystopian thrill ride
When it comes to blogging on a regular basis, I often feel like one of the Weasley children” “Where have you been? Beds empty! No note!” It’s been a couple of months since my last post, and I can say in answer to where have you been is–Mars. Last I left y’all, the fast draft of INVISIBLE SUN was just
Summer 1977. Southgate Twin theatre, Battlefield Parkway, Fort Oglethorpe, GA. A group of teens sits in a sold out theatre munching dollar popcorn and watching for the first time what will become the world’s most famous yellow scroll announce that Star Wars has begun. And what is the first thing it tells us? We’re watching Episode Four. Wha--? Episode Four?