An angel, perhaps, greets Joshua and reveals small things.
A stuffed duck gives us a noble answer to an oft-asked question.
There is one step to the top of the lighthouse, hungry creatures nearby, and Joshua just woke up.
Let us meet a strange man who has a single task.
Jerrod has come a long way for a valuable item and meets someone he did not expect.
Now that we've learned that George R. R. Martin has populated Westeros with utterly horrible people who do utterly horrible things, let us ponder what other sci-fi or fantasy book settings would make for good television series. Most of these, you'll note come from trilogies or long series, which makes sense. The more time an author … Continue reading Ten Literary Settings I’d Like to See on Television Next Season