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The Midnight Front by David Mack

A Series by Any Other Name: The Dark Art of Titles

by David Mack

Titling a novel can be hard as hell. Finding a good title that actually fits one’s story is sometimes one of the most difficult steps in a novel’s creation. But conceiving the right title for an entire series might be the most frustrating creative hurdle of all.

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Nemo Rising by C. Courtney Joyner

The Other Nemo

by C. Courtney Joyner

My first glimpse of a cinematic Captain Nemo was at a funeral. That beautifully staged ceremony from Richard Fleischer’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, with Nemo leading the procession, holding aloft a cross made of shells.

On board the Nautilus, when James Mason reveals himself to intruders Kirk Douglas, Paul Lucas, and Peter Lorre, he decides to drown them, with Verne’s famous, “I am not what you would call a civilized man,” as his reasoning.

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Dune by Frank Herbert

Where to Start with the Dune Universe

by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson

Dune is not only a classic novel, but a vast universe created by Frank Herbert. And with six novels written by Frank himself as well as 13 novels and nine short stories written by us—covering approximately 15,000 years of history in the Dune canon—it can be difficult to figure out where to start.

We strongly recommend reading Frank Herbert’s original novel Dune first. This is one of the seminal works in all of literature, and everyone should read it.

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6 Fascinating Books to Read While Awaiting Season 2 of Westworld

Westworld List Post

Where will artificial intelligence take us? And what existential questions will the rise of AI pose? These six reads explore the potential for robots and artificial intelligence to save--or destroy--us all… perfect to tie you over until Season 2 of Westworld.

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