I am back to talk about the new 2017 release of IT. The latest in a long line of adaptations of Stephen King novels. This episode isn't really a review, its is maybe more of a comparison between the novel and the movie, but possibly not in the way that you expect. SPOILER WARNING! if you haven't seen the movie yet you may want to hold off on listening to this for now.
The Writer's Beard Show is a bearded literature review and short fiction podcast.
Join me once again as I delve back into those strange goings on in the remote village of Dunwich. This episodes I read chapters 7 & 8 of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dunwich Horror"!
This episode I not only talk about the latest book in the "Metro" series, Metro 2035 but I also give my thoughts on the series as a whole. I have mixed feelings on the subject and this episode contains huge spoilers. So if you were considering reading Metro 2033, 2034, or 2035 you may want to check them out first so I don't ruin a phenomenal series for you. #Metro2035
May 18th marks the birthday of influential British Philosopher Bertrand Russell. Russell had a huge impact on me as I was getting my undergraduate degree in philosophy. I want to share with you an essay he wrote. I think that philosophy, and more specifically, Russell's work is still very important to our modern age.
This essay is available under the Creative Commons License and is in the Public Domain.
This episode I give my thoughts about the third and latest book of the Harry Stubbs series: "Alien Stars" by David Hambling.
Once again we are thrust back into the early turn-of-the-century Southeast London as we follow Harry and his associates as they try to navigate the strange happenings that seem to be coming from out of this world
If you are a fan of H.P. Lovecraft then you will feel right at home in this story.
You can buy the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Alien-Stars-Harry-Stubbs-Adventure-ebook/dp/B06VV9LXXJ/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF