Ready Player One: The book trailer

Previously, we’ve put up a couple of Ready Player One-related posts because I’m a huge fan of the book. I previously posted a video where Ernest Cline talked about his Continue Reading →

Ready Player One: There’s an awesome fanmade trailer

As I’ve mentioned before, I loved the book Ready Player One. I previously posted a video where Ernest Cline talked about his process in terms of developing the upcoming movie. Continue Reading →

Ready Player One: Ernest Cline talks about the upcoming film

I had the opportunity to read Ready Player One about a month ago and I have to say that it’s absolutely terrific. It’s a story about a Willy Wonka-type adventure Continue Reading →

One Click by Richard L. Brandt: A Review

As many of you may already know, I am unashamed about my obsession with Amazon. I spend quite a bit of money on the site and I buy a lot Continue Reading →

World of Warcraft: A rough explanation of the WoW Books

Although I already posted a piece about the upcoming Warcraft film,  I can elaborate a little more on the actual extended universe of World of Warcraft. As shown by the Continue Reading →

Want to cook the meals they make in Game of Thrones?

Sexy Nerd Girl looked at the Game of Thrones franchise and thought, “Hey, wouldn’t it be fun to make some of these meals?” There are so many HAHAHA WOMEN BELONG Continue Reading →

Trust Me, I’m Lying: A Review

In the preview of Ryan Holiday’s new book, I mentioned enjoying his first work, Trust Me, I’m Lying. Because of this, I figured you all might enjoy reading a review Continue Reading →

Ryan Holiday has a new book out!

I’m a huge fan of Ryan Holiday – I loved his first book Trust Me, I’m Lying: Confessions of a Media Manipulator. I consider it a borderline must-read for anyone Continue Reading →

Zealot by Reza Aslan: A Review

I’ve talked quite a bit about the book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth by Reza Aslan, largely because of his hilarious interview on Fox News and Continue Reading →

Frequently Used College Science Books: A List

Hi, Baby Birds! A lot of you are graduate students and/or undergraduate students and one of you requested that I compile a list of frequently used science school textbooks. The Continue Reading →

“Nightmarriage” Notables, Part Deux

THE BOOK THAT WRITES STORIES OF ITS OWN Nightmarriage continues to spin its own stories. Consider Jennifer Jacobson of Fairview, Texas, whom I met via the Interweb. She ordered four Continue Reading →

Reza Aslan was “embarassed” during Fox News interview

We’ve previously posted the now infamous Fox News interview with Reza Aslan, but I think this follow-up interview on Piers Morgan Tonight is every bit as interesting. Don’t get me Continue Reading →

Spy The Lie: A Review

I recently had the opportunity to review Spy the Lie: Former CIA Officers Teach You How to Detect Deception by Phillip Houston, Michael Floyd, Susan Carnicero and Don Tennant. Obviously, Continue Reading →

Frequently Used Law School Textbooks: A List

Hi, Baby Birds! A lot of you are graduate students and/or law students and one of you requested that I compile a list of frequently used law school textbooks. The Continue Reading →

Reza Aslan Report: Aslan goes on Fox News, hilarity ensues

Afternoon, Baby Birds! This interview is hilarious for all the wrong reasons. Aslan wrote the book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, which is a historical look Continue Reading →

Transfer of Power: A Review

After Vince Flynn passed away a little over a month ago, I decided I should probably take the time to read one of his novels. A beloved author of political Continue Reading →

John Hancock Says “Order a Signed Copy of ‘Nightmarriage’ Here!”

Since I unleashed Nightmarriage upon the world in May, people have been requesting signed copies of the book from me. Those people have obviously never seen my horrible handwriting. Nevertheless, my Continue Reading →

Literature with Joshua’s Mom: Gym Edition, Part II

If you’re like me, every now and then sleeping in sounds oh-so-much-better than heading out for an early morning workout. There are some days I just don’t feel like going Continue Reading →

High Speed! by Kōji Ōji

High Speed!  is a light novel that was written by Kōji Ōji and was later developed into the anime television series called Free!. In 2011, at the second Kyoto Animations Continue Reading →

Invictus: A Critical Analysis

Out of the night that covers me, Black as the Pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of Continue Reading →

“Nightmarriage” Notables: Stories from a Newly Published Author

Since eLectio Publishing released Nightmarriage to the general public on May 28th, a lot has happened. The book has fifteen reviews on Amazon, including thirteen five-star reviews—not a bad start Continue Reading →

Literature with Joshua’s Mom: Gym Edition

In this multi-tasking society, it only makes sense to listen to audio-books while doing other things.  A workout at the gym provides a great opportunity to enjoy an audio-book, especially Continue Reading →

Nightmarriage – Book Signing

So Chad Thomas Johnston, who may periodically contribute once-in-a-while here at BoomPopMedia, has been a tad busy lately since he got the crazy idea to write a book, Nightmarriage. Now, Continue Reading →

On Book Collecting and a Digression on the Physical Book

Once I sold my 2004 Ford Taurus Station wagon, I thought I had no foreseeable milestone to achieve. You see, I had reached 280,000 miles (30-some thousand miles driven by Continue Reading →

“A Shore Thing” by Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi: A Critical Analysis, Part I

Much to the surprise of everyone ever, it turns out that Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi of Jersey Shore fame is actually not illiterate. In fact, she’s a published author with three Continue Reading →