Serial Distractions by Shedrick Pittman-Hassett is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://www.serialdistractions.wordpress.com.
Posts by Category
Join 408 other subscribers
Tag Archives: superhero
Book Review Extravaganza
I have actually managed to read a metric butt-ton* of books over the past few weeks. So, as a result, I have a ton of stuff to write reviews for. I’m way, way, behind. In an effort to make my … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged a. lee martinez, carrie vaughn, chuck wendig, david levine, edgar rice burroughs, erik larson, fantasy, fiction, george r. r. martin, howard waldrop, jim butcher, john j. miller, michael cassutt, non-fiction, novel, review, roger zelazny, sci-fi, short stories, superhero, suzanne collins, walter jon williams, world's fair, writing 2 Comments
My Werdz R Deadly…
Apparently, my fiction submissions can kill a publisher… About two months ago I submitted a short story to a market I found on Duotrope’s Digest (a great database of fiction markets, btw). My story was a superhero story and this … Continue reading
Posted in Ramblings Tagged fiction, publishing, short stories, superhero, writing 2 Comments
Review: I, Superhero by Mike McMullen
by Mike McMullen (2010): ISBN: 9780806531380 (Kensington Books) I love superheroes. I was never a comic book fanatic (I rarely had the money or opportunity to buy comics as a kid), but I loved superhero cartoons or the occasional DC … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged mike mcmullen, nanowrimo, non-fiction, review, RLSHs, superhero 4 Comments
Review: Playing for Keeps
by Mur Lafferty (2008): ISBN: 9781934861165 (Swarm Press) We’re not your classic heroes. We’re the other guys.—The Shoveler (Mystery Men, 1999) The “misfit superhero” storyline is nothing new. One of my all-time favorite movies is 1999’s Mystery Men about a … Continue reading