David R. George III offers compact reviews for ten films: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, True Grit (2010), Brothers, Unstoppable, Nell, Green Zone, The Social Network, Hot Tub Time Machine, The Great Buck Howard, and Runaway Train.
David R. George III offers compact reviews for ten films: 127 Hours, Another Year, City Island, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, The Fighter, The Town, Rudy, Black Swan, A Star Is Born (1954), and The King’s Speech.
Literary Treks podcast hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther welcome author David R. George III back to the show to discuss The 34th Rule, a novel he co-wrote with Deep Space Nine’s Armin Shimerman, whom you may know as Quark! They talk about the genesis of the story, the Ferengi belief system, politics, racism towards the Ferengi, the cycle of violence, then wrap up with their final thoughts and ratings.
David R. George III offers compact reviews for ten films: Interstellar, Black or White, The Adjustment Bureau, Moneyball, The Help, Broadcast News, Whiteout, Luftslottet som Sprängdes [English title: The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest], Winter’s Bone, and Catfish.
I will be appearing at Star Trek Authors Day. In addition to me, the other writers presently scheduled to attend include Peter David, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Dave Galanter, and Bob Greenberger. The organizer describes the event as follows:
Meet the writers on your tour, and join them for candid presentations and Q&A. Get a book signed, and buy a few more! Chat with creative minds that build and expand the Star Trek universe!
The event will be held on Saturday, 23 June at Star Trek Original Series Set Tour, a permanent installation of meticulously recreated sets. It is located in Ticonderoga, New York. Keep checking the Events page for more information as it becomes available.
Here is the description: In a small town in the Massachusetts Bay colony, Agathie Swaddock takes matters into her own hands when violence threatens to erupt with a neighboring town.