Marie Gilbert interviews S.D. Nicholson, author of ‘Mischief and Mayhem,’ the first novel in the fantasy series, ‘The Faerlands Chronicles.’
R.A. McCandless gives us the scoop on his new novel, ‘The Clockwork Detective,’ and why editing is his favorite part of the writing process.
In this instalment of 31 Days of Horror, Marie Gilbert shares her favourite episodes of The Walking Dead, and considers the question of who Rick Grimes is, and what will happen to the series once he’s gone.
Breath not only offered a good story, thanks to Simon Baker’s directing, but it also allowed me to feel the thrills and the frights of staying ahead of those twenty or thirty foot waves from the safety of my home.
Biff Bam Pop staff and contributors share their thoughts on the voice and the influence of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
Here’s the final installment of this year’s Father’s Day Gift Guide, featuring recommendations from Marie Gilbert and Jeffery X Martin.
When we think of Las Vegas, what quickly comes to mind is the gambling, bright lights, and crime. Brian Rouff’s book, The House Always Wins: A Vegas Ghost Story, gives us a peek into the gritty side of Vegas from the eyes of a small town reporter’s point of view.
Richard Boddington’s upcoming film, Phoenix Wilder: And The Great Elephant Adventure, is a story about families.
I really enjoy reading graphic novels, but when Biff Bam Pop’s fearless leader asked me if I wanted to review a graphic novel about Martin Luther that was timed for the … Continue reading Review of Renegade: Martin Luther, The Graphic Biography
Sometimes, real horror stories come true, and sometimes, it’s we humans that make it happen. Soylent Green, the 1973 science fiction thriller, has always been on my list of most … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: Soylent Green
Have I mentioned how much I enjoy being the senior writer for Biff Bam Pop? I get to interview the most talented people. Lately, I’ve been doing book reviews for … Continue reading Gilbert Reviews Teri Wilson’s Romantic Comedy, ‘Royally Roma’
I was offered a chance to read and review a novel written by Edwin Herbert. The write-up that his publicist sent was quite intriguing and something that was definitely up … Continue reading Gilbert Reviews Edwin Herbert’s Historical Mystery: ‘Mythos Christos’