Recommended Sites

Below is a list of sites I like to read regularly and think you should check out too. I hope you discover some interesting stuff:

  • Adam Lane Smith: Sci-fi author of Making Peace, and all-around interesting person.
  • The Adventure Gamer: A chronogaming blog focusing on PC adventure games that I am a writer for.
  • All My Small Thoughts: Home of philospher and cultural commentator Zigmund Reichenbach.
  • Alexander Juan Antonio Cortes: Fittness guru, writer, thinker, and so much more.
  • . . . And Between The Wasteland And Sky: Home of J.D. Cowan, sci-fi author of Grey Cat Blues.
  • Barbarian Book Club: Author Alexandru Constantin’s book reviews and writings on fiction, gaming, and being a barbarian.
  • Beauty Beyond Bones: Caralyn’s blog about eating disorder recovery with a strong focus on faith, family, and American culture.
  • Bushi SF/F: PC Bushi’s spin-off site focusing on golden age sci-fi and fantasy, featuring some of PC’s short fixation.
  • Brian Niemeier: Sci-fi author of the Soul Cycle series, freelance editor, and cultrual critic with great insights into the publishing business.
  • Business and Bullets: Lloyd’s writings about living free, making money, and pcking iron.
  • Chris Lansdown: Author of The Dean Died Over Winter Break, philosopher, and theologian.
  • Citizen Tom: Tom’s writings about Christianity, politics, America, and the Constitution.
  • Cirsova: P. Alexander’s excellent short fiction magazine, and other writings on speculative fiction and pop culture.
  • The Declination: The pseudonymous Thales’s writings about cultural insanity.
  • Dominika Lein: Sci-fi and fantasy author of I, the One and We, the Two.
  • Ed Latimore: Professional heavyweoght boxer, physicist, chess player, writer, thinker, and inspiration. One of the web’s most interesting men.
  • Emperor’s Notepad: Frisky’s short fiction and writing about writing. Some great posts about writing mechanics and techniques.
  • Every Day Should Be Tuesday: H.P.’s reviews and analysis of speculative fiction old and new, with writings on music and life thrown in for variety.
  • The FAR System: Ing’s very own western RPG system, as well as short fiction. We need more westerns!
  • Harvesting Hope: Mama X’s chronicle of her journey as a Christian . . . and an unexpectedly expecting mother.
  • Hidden Dominion: Avtomat Khan’s writings on freedom and what it means.
  • See, there’s this thing called biology . . .: Insanity Bytes’s faith-centric writings about being a Christian in modern-day America.
  • Jill Domschot: Writer, freelance editor, alien enthusiast, and author of The Minäverse.
  • JimFear138 Audio Productions: The blog of voice artist, author, and podcaster JimFear138. Lots of culture war stuff here.
  • Jon Del Arroz: The leading Hispanic voice in science-fiction! Sci-fi and comic book author, whose work includes The Adventures of Baron von Monocle steampunk series.
  • Jon Mollison: Sci-fi author with a focus on action, adventure, romance, and Christ . . . in space!
  • Kaiju Bushi Stuff: Spin-off site from PC Bushi, featuring Kaiju’s short fiction.
  • Kitten Holiday: Kathryn Holiday’s short fiction and writings about writing.
  • The Manifesto of Perfection: James L.’s insightful writings on self-improvement.
  • Misha Burnett: Author and thinker with great insights into writing and cukture.
  • The Mixed GM: Not John Daker’s entertaining take on tabletop gaming and gaming culture. I don’t even game, and I find his writing entertaining. You will too!
  • Nick Cole: Author, actor, and adventurer. Nick is a highly successful sci-fi writer who made his name with CTRL ALT DELETE! and together with Jason Anspach has been publishing the breakout success Galaxy’s Edge series.
  • Oghma Speaks: Oghma’s take on culture and faith, with some pulp, sci-fi, and fantasy thrown into the mix.
  • Patrick Walts: Intriguing and edgy short fiction and sci-fi . . . and I use “edgy” as a compliment.
  • PC Bushi: PC Bushi, Gita Bushi, and Kaiju Bushi’s blog about sci-fi/fantasy and geek culture, as well as their short fiction.
  • Questicle: A chronogaming blog by Dylan Cornelius, in which he played and reviewed every single American NES game. Great write-ups for fans of retro gaming. (See also: Sega Does)
  • Rawle Nyanzi: Sci-fi author and pop culture commentator with a focus on gaming and anime.
  • Russell Newquist: Sci-fi/urban fantasy author with a Catholic bent, and owner of publishing company Silver Empire. His works include War Demons and Vigil.
  • Scriptshadow: Carson Reeves’s reviews of movie and television scripts–old, new, and not yet filmed–peppered with excellent writing advice.
  • Sega Does: Dylan Cornelius’s chronogaming blog, where he plays and reviews every single game on every single console Sega ever made. (See also: Questicle)
  • A Song of Joy: Author Caroline Furlong’s site, home of many great and insightful articles about the craft of writing.
  • Texas Dom: Tex writes about masculinity, marriage, and culture, with a depth of knowledge born of experience.
  • This Dad Does: Home of Neil M. White and one of the best fatherhood blogs around. Heartfelt, sincere, and useful advice.
  • Walker’s Retreat: Home of Bradford C. Walker, blogger and author of the forthcoming Star Knight Saga.
  • Yakov Merkin: Sci-fi author of the Galaxy Ascendant series, and soldier in the IDF.