Tag Archives: thriller
After most of the Roger Moore movies went heavy in the camp direction for the Bond series, The Living Daylights brings the franchise closer to its thriller roots. The story in The Living Daylights involves government hired assassins, deceptions, fake … Continue reading
I wasn’t sure what else to call this month for my James Bond blogathon. This month I’m working on a major book edit – possibly even two edits if I find the time. As such, I’ll only be looking at … Continue reading
1964’s Goldfinger is often referred to as the quintessential Bond movie. Based on the novel of the same name, Goldfinger once again establishes a number of tropes followed in the series ever since. It became the first movie in the … Continue reading
It’s half-way through November, which means it’s about time to write my second Nanowrimo journal. This past Thursday I finished my first Nanowrimo book of the year, which is also the 9th book in my Blood Rage series.
Well, it’s that time of year again. At midnight tonight, Nanowrimo begins. In the last couple of years, this meant I posted less about comics and would write a couple posts talking about Nanowrimo itself. I’m still going to post … Continue reading