Tag: William Gibson
The old bones of science fiction
Going old skool with my top five science fiction classic novels.
On reading: Agency by William Gibson
Gibson follows up The Peripheral with a fast paced adventure into a new stub, with some Artificial Intelligence which has all kindsa sass
2019 – a year of reading and the Dust Lounge Awards
My round up of the books I’ve read in 2019 – including some of the year’s most hard-hitting book awards, such as “Best zombie kangaroo of the year” and “Smartest spiders of the year”.
On reading: The Peripheral by William Gibson
Times are twisted and games aren’t what you think they are in the Godfather of Cyberpunk’s latest novel
I write like…
So, I was bumbling around the internet (it’s a habit, occurs mostly when I’m awake) when I happened across “I write like”. Now I’m guessing this might be old news to some of you (I’ve obviously been too distracted by videos of squeaking sloths) but once stumbled across it’s almost impossible to refrain from running…