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Pins about science fiction, fantasy, and horror, including book reviews, film and TV reviews, travel tips, and more.

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Review: That's What They Want You To Think

Carma Spence is an international bestselling author and award-winning speaker who helps women, introverts and shy people vanquish their Mind Goblins, unleash their inner content creation superhero and communicate their message with confidence so that they can create a meaningful and fulfilling legacy.

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Sad Monsters

Carma Spence is an international bestselling author and award-winning speaker who helps women, introverts and shy people vanquish their Mind Goblins, unleash their inner content creation superhero and communicate their message with confidence so that they can create a meaningful and fulfilling legacy.

Travel Reads: & Frenzy War& by Gregory Lamberson Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Horror, Fans, Reading, Books, Travel, Sci Fi

Travel Reads: "The Frenzy War" by Gregory Lamberson | The Genre Traveler

If "The DaVinci Code" had werewolves, this would be the book. It reads like it is part film noir detective story and part modern werewolf thriller. Although it is the second book in the Frenzy Cycle Series by Gregory Lamberson, I was able to enjoy it on its own.

Travel Reads: "Presidential Risk" by Michael Bronte Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Horror, Fans, Reading, Books, Travel, Sci Fi

Travel Reads: "Presidential Risk" by Michael Bronte | The Genre Traveler

As dead presidents on the other side play a board game of world conquest (like Risk), their moves are played out in the real world, and one person is destined to save the world. Specs Title: Presidential Risk Author: Michael Bronte Paperback: 400 pages Publisher: Self-Published Language: English ISBN-10: 1512081655 ISBN-13: 978-1512081657 Available on Amazon […]

Travel Reads: “Debris” by Jo Anderton Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fantasy, Film, Reading, Travel

"Debris" by Jo Anderton | Travel Reads | Book Review | The Genre Traveler

Enter a world that is both familiar and new, enter the world of "Debris" by Joe Anderton. Meet true friends and fair-weather friends (never knowing which is which), experience betrayal of trust and discover unexpected supporters, as Tanyana learns how to navigate her world once her status is taken away.

Information for science fiction, fantasy and horror fans who love to travel. Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fans, Reading, Travel, Sci Fi

Science Fiction and What is that? | Glitterati Literati | Offshoot | Travel Reads | Book Review

Part educational book, part activity book, "Science Fiction and What is that?" shares information about six well-known science fiction authors.

Travel Reads: “Immortal Beloved” by Cate Tiernan Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fans, Reading, Travel, Sci Fi

Immortal Beloved by Cate Tiernan | Travel Reads | Book Review | The Genre Traveler | Carma Spence

From the opening lines of "Immortal Beloved", you are drawn into a fantastical world of dark and light immortals. Nastasya, although immortal and hundreds of years old, still sees the world through a youth’s eyes. This the beginning of her redemption story.

Carma Spence holding a copy of The Art of Fantasy, Sci-fi and Steampunk Tv Reviews, Science Fiction, Steampunk, Horror, Sci Fi, Fantasy, Art, Art Background, Kunst

Travel Reads: “The Art of Fantasy, Sci-fi and Steampunk” by Hiroshi Unno | The Genre Traveler

A visual history book of fantasy art from Romanticism and steampunk to modern illustrations from novels, with text in both English and Japanese, this book is a fun romp through fantastic illustrations of yesteryear. Stats Title: The Art of Fantasy, Sci-fi and Steampunk By Author: Hiroshi Unno Paperback: 360 pages Publisher: PIE International ISBN-10: 4756249752 […]

Travel Reads: “Vault of Frankenstein” by Paul Ruditis Famous Monsters, Tv Reviews, Vaulting, Frankenstein, Science Fiction, Horror, Fans, Reading, Travel

Travel Reads: “Vault of Frankenstein” by Paul Ruditis | The Genre Traveler

"Vault of Frankenstein" celebrates 200 years of Mary Shelley’s classic tale by tracing the history of the monster from inspiration to pop culture icon.

Carma Spence, The Genre Traveler, holding a copy of Swedish Fairy Tales John Bauer, Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Fairy Tales, Horror, Fantasy, Books, Sci Fi

Swedish Fairy Tales | John Bauer, Illustrator | Holger Lundbergh, Translator | Travel Reads | Book Review

Enter the land of trolls, wizards, elves, and gnomes … as the Swedish see them. "Swedish Fairy Tales" is a delightful collection of fairy tales haling from Sweden. The illustrations by John Bauer (1882-1918) are a pleasure to look at and bring the tales to life.

Carma Spence, The Genre Traveler, holding a copy of The Battles of Tolkien by David Day Tv Reviews, Tolkien, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Battle, Horror, Fans, David

The Battles of Tolkien by David Day | Travel Reads | Book Review | The Genre Traveler | Carma Spence

Lushly illustrated, The Battles of Tolkien features an overview of epic battles between good and evil that fill "The Lord of the Rings," "The Hobbit," and "The Silmarillion." The Flexibound version of this book also features a faux leather cover.

Have you ever wondered what Wonder Woman ate for breakfast? Wonder no longer. Insight Editions has published Wonder Woman: The Official Cookbook, due on Nov. 17 (you can pre-order now). Superhero Theme Party, Comic 8, Vegetarian Cookbook, Star Comics, Tv Reviews, Recipe Instructions, New Cookbooks, Peace On Earth, Science Fiction

Attention Wonder Woman Fans: New Cookbook Honors the Iconic Hero

Have you ever wondered what Wonder Woman ate for breakfast? Wonder no longer. Insight Editions has published Wonder Woman: The Official Cookbook, due on Nov. 17 (you can pre-order now).

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Review of Mere Future by Sara Schulman

Carma Spence is an international bestselling author and award-winning speaker who helps women, introverts and shy people vanquish their Mind Goblins, unleash their inner content creation superhero and communicate their message with confidence so that they can create a meaningful and fulfilling legacy.

The Damned Busters by Matthew Hughes Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fans, Reading, Travel, Sci Fi

The Damned Busters by Matthew Hughes | Travel Reads | Book Review

Looking for a fun romp through demonic politics, strange bedfellows and learn how a stubborn actuary threw Hell into a tailspin? Then check out Matthew Hughes' "The Damned Busters"!

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The Princess Bride Deluxe Edition by William Goldman | Travel Reads | Book Review

William Goldman first published "The Princess Bride" in 1973, but it was Rob Reiner’s 1987 film adaption the story to life. This Deluxe Edition of the original novel gives this classic tale the luxurious treatment it deserves.

Travel Reads: “Those Across the River” by Christopher Buehlman Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fans, River, Reading, Movie Posters

Those Across the River by Christopher Buehlman | Travel Reads | Book Review | The Genre Traveler | Carma Spence

"Those Across the River" is a well-written literary horror novel in the Southern Gothic tradition. But, if you're looking for something to keep you up at night, this probably isn't it. However, that shouldn’t stop you from reading it.

Travel Reads: “The Art of Horror” by Stephen Jones Stephen Jones, Reading Art, Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Horror, Fans, Travel, Sci Fi

Travel Reads: “The Art of Horror” by Stephen Jones | The Genre Traveler

The Art of Horror is a lovely coffee table book filled with visuals from the horror genre dating back to the 19th century.

Travel Reads: “The Man Who Collected Machen and Other Weird Tales” by Mark Samuels Tv Reviews, The Man, Science Fiction, Weird, Horror, Sci Fi, Fans, Reading, Books

Travel Reads: “The Man Who Collected Machen” by Mark Samuels

If H.P. Lovecraft's dark view of the universe appeals to you, then Mark Samuels' collection of short stories, “The Man Who Collected Machen and Other Weird Tales,” will be right up your alley.

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A short story based on the writing prompt: What’s Cooking? As your character watches the hibachi chef prepare their meal, something seems … off. What is it?

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Back in the early 1990s, I got an idea for a ghost story in which a serial killer gets his come-uppance from a haunted semi. I even took a class on the psychology of serial killers to research the story. Here’s the opening. The Hitchhiker, Tv Reviews, Happy Today, Come And See, Ghost Stories, Stick It Out, Serial Killers, Got Him, His Eyes

The Hitchhiker

Back in the early 1990s, I got an idea for a ghost story in which a serial killer gets his come-uppance from a haunted semi. I even took a class on the psychology of serial killers to research the story. Here’s the opening.

If money and time were no object, what would you be doing right now?Me?I’d be probably be working on my next book or shooting another episode of C-Squared with my husband. Tv Reviews, Science Fiction, Thats Not My, Horror, Husband, Fantasy, Money, Film, Books

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If money and time were no object, what would you be doing right now?Me?I’d be probably be working on my next book or shooting another episode of C-Squared with my husband.

When you hear a title like "Battle in Space: The Armada Attacks!" certain expectations are set up. You expect, oh, I don’t know, perhaps a battle in space? Maybe an armada attacking? Perchance some cardboard characters delivering over-blown dialog and enacting some insane plot? You certainly wouldn’t expect what you get in "Battle in Space." 666 Park Avenue, Attack Movie, Space Movies, The Shape Of Water, Mission To Mars, Tv Reviews, Science Fiction, Battle

Movie Review: “Battle in Space: The Armada Attacks” (2020) | C-Squared

When you hear a title like "Battle in Space: The Armada Attacks!" certain expectations are set up. You expect, oh, I don’t know, perhaps a battle in space? Maybe an armada attacking? Perchance some cardboard characters delivering over-blown dialog and enacting some insane plot? You certainly wouldn’t expect what you get in "Battle in Space."

Technology has changed our lives in both positive and negative ways and, it has revolutionized several aspects of traveling. Love it or leave it, technology has made travel easier than it was only a couple of decades ago. Nicolas Tesla, Cell Phone Service, Flight And Hotel, Tv Reviews, The Old Days, Electronics Gadgets, Facetime, The Locals, Science Fiction

Electronic Gadgets Make Travel Easier Today | The Genre Traveler

Technology has changed our lives in both positive and negative ways and, it has revolutionized several aspects of traveling. Love it or leave it, technology has made travel easier than it was only a couple of decades ago.

Technology has changed our lives in both positive and negative ways and, it has revolutionized several aspects of traveling. Love it or leave it, technology has made travel easier than it was only a couple of decades ago. Nicolas Tesla, Cell Phone Service, Go Online, Flight And Hotel, Tv Reviews, The Old Days, Electronics Gadgets, Facetime, Science Fiction

Electronic Gadgets Make Travel Easier Today | The Genre Traveler

Technology has changed our lives in both positive and negative ways and, it has revolutionized several aspects of traveling. Love it or leave it, technology has made travel easier than it was only a couple of decades ago.

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Review: That's What They Want You To Think

Carma Spence is an international bestselling author and award-winning speaker who helps women, introverts and shy people vanquish their Mind Goblins, unleash their inner content creation superhero and communicate their message with confidence so that they can create a meaningful and fulfilling legacy.

  Shy People, Hero's Journey, Tv Reviews, Here On Earth, Leprechaun, Introvert, Super Powers, Better Life, Bestselling Author

Sad Monsters

Carma Spence is an international bestselling author and award-winning speaker who helps women, introverts and shy people vanquish their Mind Goblins, unleash their inner content creation superhero and communicate their message with confidence so that they can create a meaningful and fulfilling legacy.

Travel Reads: & Frenzy War& by Gregory Lamberson Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Horror, Fans, Reading, Books, Travel, Sci Fi

Travel Reads: "The Frenzy War" by Gregory Lamberson | The Genre Traveler

If "The DaVinci Code" had werewolves, this would be the book. It reads like it is part film noir detective story and part modern werewolf thriller. Although it is the second book in the Frenzy Cycle Series by Gregory Lamberson, I was able to enjoy it on its own.

Travel Reads: "Presidential Risk" by Michael Bronte Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Horror, Fans, Reading, Books, Travel, Sci Fi

Travel Reads: "Presidential Risk" by Michael Bronte | The Genre Traveler

As dead presidents on the other side play a board game of world conquest (like Risk), their moves are played out in the real world, and one person is destined to save the world. Specs Title: Presidential Risk Author: Michael Bronte Paperback: 400 pages Publisher: Self-Published Language: English ISBN-10: 1512081655 ISBN-13: 978-1512081657 Available on Amazon […]

Travel Reads: “Debris” by Jo Anderton Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fantasy, Film, Reading, Travel

"Debris" by Jo Anderton | Travel Reads | Book Review | The Genre Traveler

Enter a world that is both familiar and new, enter the world of "Debris" by Joe Anderton. Meet true friends and fair-weather friends (never knowing which is which), experience betrayal of trust and discover unexpected supporters, as Tanyana learns how to navigate her world once her status is taken away.

Information for science fiction, fantasy and horror fans who love to travel. Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fans, Reading, Travel, Sci Fi

Science Fiction and What is that? | Glitterati Literati | Offshoot | Travel Reads | Book Review

Part educational book, part activity book, "Science Fiction and What is that?" shares information about six well-known science fiction authors.

Travel Reads: “Immortal Beloved” by Cate Tiernan Tv Reviews, Book Review, Science Fiction, Books To Read, Horror, Fans, Reading, Travel, Sci Fi

Immortal Beloved by Cate Tiernan | Travel Reads | Book Review | The Genre Traveler | Carma Spence

From the opening lines of "Immortal Beloved", you are drawn into a fantastical world of dark and light immortals. Nastasya, although immortal and hundreds of years old, still sees the world through a youth’s eyes. This the beginning of her redemption story.

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Travel Reads: “The Art of Fantasy, Sci-fi and Steampunk” by Hiroshi Unno | The Genre Traveler

A visual history book of fantasy art from Romanticism and steampunk to modern illustrations from novels, with text in both English and Japanese, this book is a fun romp through fantastic illustrations of yesteryear. Stats Title: The Art of Fantasy, Sci-fi and Steampunk By Author: Hiroshi Unno Paperback: 360 pages Publisher: PIE International ISBN-10: 4756249752 […]

Travel Reads: “Vault of Frankenstein” by Paul Ruditis Famous Monsters, Tv Reviews, Vaulting, Frankenstein, Science Fiction, Horror, Fans, Reading, Travel

Travel Reads: “Vault of Frankenstein” by Paul Ruditis | The Genre Traveler

"Vault of Frankenstein" celebrates 200 years of Mary Shelley’s classic tale by tracing the history of the monster from inspiration to pop culture icon.