Tag Archives: Larry Correia

Sunday’s Wisdom #256: The Unacceptable

“Five was better than five hundred, but that didn’t make it acceptable.” – Julie Shackleford-Pitt, from Monster Hunter Guardian, by Larry Correia The number referred to here is that of children taken by monsters. (so this may be my most … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #254: Learning from the Painful Past

“The slave quarters had been part of the history of this place, and even the ugly parts of history shouldn’t be forgotten. All the people who wanted every reference to the bad things we’d done in the past removed were … Continue reading

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Larry Correia, Master of Storytelling

It has been years since I last added to my Masters of Storytelling collection. Sometimes you just gotta feel inspired, and I am feeling inspired now. Larry Correia has published a number of novels, and shorter stories, and several series. I … Continue reading

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The Sakura Cyber-Nuclear Book Bomb

I know absolutely nothing about this book, but I am a sentimental sort and this is for a good cause, so I’ll help publicize it a little. I hope we all like it! 😉 Follow the link below! http://monsterhunternation.com/2019/02/20/cyber-nuclear-book-bomb-sakura-intellectual-property-by-zach-hill/

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After Game of Thrones: Ideas for HBO

It is no secret that HBO’s Game of Thrones, based on George R.R. Martin’s epic fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire, is coming to its final conclusion this year. While the last novel or two is taking its sweet time … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #204: Friends and Enemies

“My worst enemy becomes best friend when beasts attack us. Men put aside our differences to defeat monster evil.” – Ivan Krasnov, Monster Hunter Siege Monster Hunters series, by Larry Correia The cast of Larry Correia’s Monster Hunters is wide, … Continue reading

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Where Did All the Quality Urban Fantasy Books Go?

I like urban fantasy. Rather, I like urban fantasies that happen to be good stories. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Vampire Diaries, Grimm, Supernatural, all of these are urban fantasies, though two of them definitely include more than a little … Continue reading

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Book Review: Son of the Black Sword

Son of the Black Sword is the most recent novel published by Larry Correia, and the first in his Saga of the Forgotten Warrior. I’ve read and enjoyed much of Correia’s work before, including Monster Hunters, his urban fantasy series, … Continue reading

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