Star Trek Phase II eZine


Star Trek: Phase II (ST:P2), formerly known as Star Trek New Voyages, has created a new eMagazines designed to give access to articles, stories and other information that cannot be found on their official website or discussion forum. Each new issue will contain interviews, exclusive photos, articles, posters, and downloads that give you an idea […]

Gaiman’s “American Gods” Free for One Month


“American Gods” is the 2001 novel by Neil Gaiman and the great news is that it will be available for the next month entirely FREE from the Harper Collins Website. You can also learn more from Neil’s blog. First published June 19, 2001, “American Gods” was, and still is, one of the most talked-about books […]

Surprising Realities Behind ‘Spiderwick’

Written by: Benjamin Radford (LiveScience’s Bad Science Columnist) If you’ve visited a bookstore in the last few years, you may have seen those cute books about fairies or gnomes where it looks like the author found and smashed one of the poor creatures between the pages. The whimsical drawings of the squashed little folk are […]

“Star Trek: Aldrin” Book Series Continues


Written by: Samuel K. Sloan (FarPoint Media Executive News Director) If you haven’t been keeping up with the Derek Kessler online novel series titled “Star Trek: Aldrin” then you have been missing out on one of the most exciting and new takes on the Star Trek universe to come along since Gene Roddenberry’s first vision […]

The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian Movie Tie-In Edition – Read It Before You See It

Before The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is brought to life on screen this coming May, “Read It Before You See It” and explore C.S. Lewis’ timeless classics with your own imagination in the beautiful THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN movie tie-in EDITION and NARNIA CHRONOLOGY: From the Archives of the Last King. In […]

More Potter On the Way?

Author and creator of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, 42 told the London Daily Mail that an eighth Potter book is not out of the question. The biggest reason for a possible return of the famous boy wizard comes from Rowling’s 14-year old daughter Jessica. The author hinted that she has been getting some […]

“The Psychology of Joss Whedon”


“The Psychology of Joss Whedon: An Unauthorized Exploration” from BenBella Books, available this month and edited by Joy Davidson, PhD. “The Psychology of Joss Whedon” explores the immense psychological depth of Whedon’s creations. It reveals many facets of Whedon’s creativity and is one of many reasons that Whedon has maintained such a devoted fan base, […]

Pratchett Announces He Has Alzheimer’s


Some sad news coming out of the SF/fantasy publishing world of entertainment today. Terry Pratchett, the bestselling author of the Discworld fantasy books, is suffering from a rare form of early onset Alzheimer’s. The author has published a statement on a website calling the diagnosis “an embuggerance”. Pratchett, who is 59, says that he is […]

Sanderson Tapped To Complete Jordan’s Work


Tor Books has announced that novelist Brandon Sanderson has been chosen to finish writing the final novel in Robert Jordan’s bestselling Wheel of Time fantasy series. Jordan–described by some as Tolkien’s heir–died Sept. 16 from a rare blood disease. The new novel, A Memory of Light, will be the 12th and final book in the […]