Check out electric cellist Tina Guo rocking her own version (i09). She recorded the theme in Batman V Superman. She may have recorded more for the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, although the i09 post is a little vague on that
Jimmy Kimmel, Oscars host, brought a bunch of unsuspecting tourists into the Academy Awards where they met more stars than they could ever hope to meet while touring LA. It was totally awesome. There’s something about these types of things
First book in the Kagent Trilogy. Just tap: InstaFreebie. Tell your friends. Unless they are Stabilizers or bounty hunters. Deal ends next Friday, February 10th.
People on both sides of a number of aisles and sides believe that now is the time to speak out, to express what’s on your mind, to stand up for what you believe in, to tell it like it is.
For those of you who have heard of my latest book, The Obesity Conspiracy, or are just mildly interested in your own health, check out this article on Vox where Julia Belluz interviews nutrition journalist Gary Taubes, author of the recently published The
Check out my book advertised deep in the comments of John Scalzi’s Whatever Holiday Shopping Guide 2016. Every day is a different type of gifts promoted by their creators in the comments. Day 2 is for indie authors like yours
The e-book and paperback are now available on the Barnes & Noble site for all you Nook owners and paperback readers.
What’s the elevator pitch? It’s Fast Food Nation abducted by The X-Files Where can I get it? Available on Amazon, but it will appear soon at other shops on the interwebs. (If you have one in mind that you want to buy
The obesity epidemic came out of nowhere and everywhere. It has attacked Americans of every sex, age, education, and income. No one knows how it happened or why. Everything and everyone has been blamed for it. And no one knows
Randall Munroe is a national treasure for many reasons, but his latest XKCD comic is a brilliant example of why (as well as an example of stupendously awesome graphing). Bad Astronomy blog at Slate explains in more detail, but to keep it short,