Matt Wallace

The November Blogs: Welcome!

Hello! Welcome to my new website courtesy of the amazing Clockpunk Studios. Isn’t it cool?! Special thanks to Marguerite, for everything, as usual, and also the amazing Andrew Jack for putting together my VA demo reels and Jeremy Carter for the excellent headshot you see adorning the Featured Image box. So you may have noticed […]

The November Blogs: Welcome!

Review: Rencor: Life in Grudge City

Ciudad Rencor has another name; Grudge City. Not quite in the USA, not quite in Mexico, Grudge City is an entire community and economy based around wrestling and lucha libre. For generations, fans and wrestlers have flocked to the city. Movies have been made there, careers begun and ended and two dynasties have defined decades

Review: Rencor: Life in Grudge City

The Kindle Two Step-July 2015

I read a lot of e-books because it’s an inherently versatile format that encourages experimentation. Also because a lot of e-books tend to skew short and I’m interested in those forms, learning how they work and doing them myself. Plus books are GREAT and I love reading. So, here’s what’s going to happen. Every now

The Kindle Two Step-July 2015

The Kindle Two Step

So, Amazon are in the middle of changing their review policy. The details are here and here. As are all the Terminator jokes you might expect. Some of what they’re talking about is both good and slightly disturbing; surely ‘You bought the product you’re reviewing’ is the minimum height requirement for being able to review it,

The Kindle Two Step

The Lists: Books of 2014

I read, for me, an awful lot of books this year. By the time the year’s done it’ll be somewhere around 40. I’m pleased with that, especially as I’ve hit a good balance between reading for work and reading for fun. I could, as always, broaden my horizons some but everyone always can and this

The Lists: Books of 2014

Slingers:The 7 Day Slam Offer

  The Slingers series, by my friend Matt Wallace, has been a highlight of the year for me. I’ve talked about it, at length, for months now and the reason for that’s really simple; it’s brilliant. No one else would have dared to combine a unique narrative voice with every dystopian SF death sport archetype

Slingers:The 7 Day Slam Offer

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