The Oaxis Inkcase i7 is no uni-tasker

You can blame that headline on all my watching of Alton Brown – why have a uni-tasker when you can have a multi-tasking device? Of course, for a phone case, so long as it keeps your expensive pocket computer safe, that’s the main thing. With the Oaxis Inkcase i7, that’s not all it has to be limited to, though.

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Stuff We Like: Calibre e-book Manager

Welcome to the start of something, a brand-new series we’re entitling “Stuff We Like”. Sure, we’ll have all manner of things we’ll tell you about that is new and interesting, but “Stuff We Like” will be reserved for the pieces of kit (and in this case, software) that we’ve been using for years and recommend without hesitation. Today, it’s the Calibre e-book Manager software in the spotlight.

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Storytellers on Tour: The Story of Evil – A Hero’s Downfall by Tony Johnson

When it comes to finding a new book to read – particularly in the realm of fantasy – it will boil down to a few buckets for me. First is from a series or author that I already enjoy, and am awaiting the next installment. Second, will be something new that gives a twist on some familiar elements in medieval fantasy (say, Brian McClellan’s Powder Mages). While I didn’t know it going into it, The Story of Evil – A Hero’s Downfall by Tony Johnson offers that second category.

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Storytellers on Tour – Duckett & Dyer: Dicks for Hire

That’s right, friends, it’s time for another booker review! Last month, we took a look at a twist on urban fantasy tropes in Under Ordshaw (which you can read about here). This month, we’re continuing our participation with a look at Duckett & Dyer: Dicks for Hire by G.M. Nair.

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Under Ordshaw – the review!

(cue ominous music) Well, sure, that’s a bit dramatic, but figured why not a flair for the dramatic? Today, we’re proud to be taking part in the Storytellers On Tour for Under Ordshaw by Phil Williams. While this is to celebrate the release of the audio book earlier this month, it’ll serve as a review of the book/story itself. Now, let’s get down to it!

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