Vicarious – Book Review

Vicarious by Rhett C. Bruno is a science fiction fantasy about the future of popular entertainment and how it affects two very different people. Mission is the name of a young woman who has spent her entire life on board a space vessel that carries the last surviving humans through space on their way to live on another planet. The ship she lives on is called Ignus. Asher is a young man who has spent his entire life watching Mission and the rest of the inhabitants of Ignus on a TV reality show called Ignus Live. Asher is obsessed with … Continue reading Vicarious – Book Review

I’m Launching a Web Comic

A New Adventure I’ve decided to take a break from writing fiction and shift my creativity toward something I’ve wanted to try for a long long time. I’ll be launching a web comic on November 1st of this year. In my younger days I would have said my dream was to produce a comic strip that would appear in newspapers. Something like one of my favorites, Calvin & Hobbes, Bloom County, and Far Side. Well, comic strips in that form don’t really exist anymore, at least not in newspapers. I started an Instagram account for my writing projects earlier this … Continue reading I’m Launching a Web Comic

Why I Believe in Jesus

By Scott Cahan PART 1 – INTRODUCTION I am a follower of Jesus Christ, or to put it another way, I am a Christian in the true sense of the word, meaning one who identifies himself with the person and work of Jesus Christ. The purpose of this article is to lay out my reasoning for this belief. It is not my goal to force my beliefs on anyone else. That would be pointless because true Christianity cannot be forced. One becomes a Christian by choosing to do so. I simply want to state why I feel this religion is … Continue reading Why I Believe in Jesus

My New Book is on Kindle Vella!

Big news! My new book, Grunts is now on Kindle Vella. What is Grunts and what is Vella? Answers are below. The New Book The name of my new book is Grunts. In the past I had it titled as Caged Animals and its sequel, Escaped Animals. All along I’ve wanted to combine my two books into one since that’s how they were written. Now, as a Vella, or serial novel, my story can be told the way it was meant to be, as one complete story. See below for a description of Grunts. The New Platform Kindle Vella is … Continue reading My New Book is on Kindle Vella!

Ridge, Day One – Book Review

I’m excited to announce the new fantasy book, Ridge, Day One has just been released to the public. It’s written by a good friend of mine, Shawn P.B. Robinson. I was honored to be asked to be one of his early readers about a year ago to help him work out some of the kinks in the story. I enjoyed it so much back then, I asked him recently if I could read it again. I knew he’d made some revisions and I wanted to make sure I had read the most recent version so that I’d be on track … Continue reading Ridge, Day One – Book Review

Discernment – Book Review

Discernment by Lauren H. Salisbury is the fourth book in her Legacy Chronicles series. The series is a science fiction reimagining of the story of Moses from the Bible. In Discernment the central character, named Mahsan, has run away from his adopted people, an alien race called the Esaraelians. He ends up on another planet inhabited by a friendly people called the Teburans who are decidedly more rural and old fashioned than Mahsan is used to. After he rescues a young woman named Jiya from space pirates her family welcomes him into their home as a guest as a way … Continue reading Discernment – Book Review

Enola Holmes

The movie Enola Holmes is currently airing on Netflix. It caught my attention for two reasons. First, its star is part of the bright young cast of the series Stranger Things. Millie Bobby Brown played the young girl rescued from a bizarre science experiment in that series. She was known in Stranger Things simply as Eleven. In Enola Holmes she plays the starring role, the baby sister of Sherlock Holmes. This is our first chance to see her in something that allows her to stretch her legs and talent, showing us what she’s capable of. The second reason I wanted … Continue reading Enola Holmes

Falcon and Winter Soldier

This series on Disney Plus is part of the new story phase that Marvel Studios is building from ground up now that their highly successful Avengers story arc came to an end a few years ago with End Game. I watched The Falcon and Winter Soldier series in its entirety and for the most part I enjoyed it. As long as I remember its only a television series I can confidently say it’s a decent show. But, when I find myself comparing it to the Avengers movies of the past 10 years, that’s when I feel like it doesn’t measure … Continue reading Falcon and Winter Soldier

Deficiency – Book Review

I just finished reading and reviewing this book a few days ago. Here is my review. Deficiency by S.C. Eston is a fully developed vision into the future of mankind that is both thrilling and terrifying in its impact. The story takes place on another planet but has clear ties to Earth in more ways than one. The main characters, Artenz and Keidi are an average young couple who exist in a mostly artificial world created by a network of corporations. Artenz sister, Detel is a scientist who has been doing forbidden research. When Detel goes missing, Artenz and Keidi … Continue reading Deficiency – Book Review