Tag: Stargate SG-1

Remembering Cliff Simon

When I planned to have a feature with Cliff Simon on my blog, I had hoped it would have been as the result of an interview with the actor. So, to be sitting here now, writing an article that honours his life and memory instead, is both unbelievable and heart-breaking. Last week, the Stargate fandom…

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An Interview With Suanne Braun

A part of me still can’t believe that this interview took place and I was able to speak to the wonderfully talented actor, Suanne Braun. Suanne is known to many within the Stargate SG-1 fandom for her portrayal of the Goa’uld queen, Hathor. She is also a star of the stage and screen, having enjoyed a hugely…

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Book Review: Sacrifice Moon

It’s been a while, but we are back with another Fandemonium review, and it is Sacrifice Moon by Julie Fortune. Blurb Just four days after Major Kawalsky’s death, Colonel Jack O’Neill leads the newly commissioned SG-1 on their first mission through the Stargate. Their destination is Chalcis, a peaceful society at the heart of the Helos Confederacy…

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Unwritten Words

Quite often, a lot of my writing work goes unnoticed or uncredited. It can be a result of client confidentiality, or being a ghost writer, or simply because people don’t know I’m the author behind the piece. So, it’s always a nice feeling when someone does notice my work, and especially when it is the person who…

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Book Review: Trial By Fire

I’m back and finally making a start on the expansive collection of Fandemonium-published Stargate novels! For the purposes of this project, I’ve chosen to read the novels in the order they were published, rather than where they would sit chronologically within the franchise. So, without further ado… Blurb Tyros – an ancient society teetering on the…

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Books Of The Month: March

Well, it looks like this latest round-up is going to be short and sweet because the number of books I managed to read throughout March was a big, fat zero. Okay, so that’s unfair. I did start reading a few books – I just haven’t finished any of them yet (the reasons for this are probably pretty…

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Books Of The Month: February

There’s a reason this blog post is so late, and that is purely because I thought I’d posted it already. (File that under “oopsie”). February, as it turned out though, was a very busy month in general so I didn’t get to read as often as I wanted – but I guess two books are…

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Book Review: The Morpheus Factor

This time we’re looking at The Morpheus Factor – the final tie-in novel from Ashley McConnell. It was first published in February 2001 and is set during season 3. Blurb On the world classified by the Stargate Project as P4V-837, the SG-1 team encounter an environment hospitable to humans, and the Kayeechi, a race of seemingly…

A group shot of the Stargate SG-1 team from the tie-in novel The Morpheus Factor by Ashley McConnell

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Book Review: The First Amendment

We’re back with another Stargate novel review and taking centre stage on this occasion is the third book by Ashley McConnell, The First Amendment. Blurb From the very beginning, the success of the Stargate project hinged on one vital factor – absolute secrecy. The world remains ignorant of the Goa’uld and the war being waged in…

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Book Review: The Price You Pay

The Price You Pay is the second companion book to the Stargate SG-1 series by Ashley McConnell. It was first published in July 1999 and the timeline for the story is approximately midway through season 1. Blurb “On this world, you pay for survival – with your life.” Eons ago, the evil forces of Apophis and his…

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