3 months ago
Evan Hammerman posted a new activity commentIn reply to: scottsigler wrote a new post, Five reasons why the NFL’s Cam Newton is similar to the GFL’s Quentin Barnes I get it every year from readers. Depending on who the hot NFL quarterback is, I get the inevitable, […] View
I’ll be honest, I never realized Quentin was black, partly because, as you mentioned Scott, it isn’t an issue in the books. Quentin being from the Purist Nation was more of an issue in the first two or so books.
Too bad Cam Newton isn’t left-handed.
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Evan Hammerman posted a new activity commentIn reply to: A Kovacs wrote a new post, FridayFix • Top 5 Books Another in our continuing series of Top Fives! This time it’s our Top Five Books. As a reminder, we do this ambush style, where Scott only has about ten m […] View
My favorite five books, off the top of my head, in no particular order:
One. Anathem by Neal Stephenson:
On another planet with eight thousand years of it own history you have to get familiar with, and different languages, and different thought patterns. The payoff is a book that truly gets you thinking, answers a lot of questions SF readers…[Read more]
1 year, 2 months ago
Evan Hammerman posted a new activity commentIn reply to: scottsigler wrote a new post, “I read all your stuff … now what?” I am a lucky dude who has a bunch of fans who read everything I put out. You all rock. Your farts aren’t stinky, they actually smell like roses. […] View
My late wife and I wanted to live at The Dakota so we would be neighbors with Agent Pendergast, the character that became the main character of Preston and Child.
Hard science with explanations? Neal Stephenson. REALLY hard science with long explanations. Not horror though.
You can’t mention Stephen King without mentioning Peter Straub.…[Read more]