Hello, my name is David Sheley, and this is my blog. I write about all kinds of things: Books, Movies, TV, Photography, VoiceOver, and I’ll even post stories that I’ve written myself. From time to time, I’ll have family members contribute to the blog as well.
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Seo-hyun tries to create artificial intelligence using a copy of her mother’s brain as a baseline. Continue reading If at first you don’t succeed, burn the artificial brain and try again
Extraordinary Attorney Woo is a very sweet story about a young lady on the Autism spectrum that becomes an attorney. Continue reading I hope you don’t mind if I talk about whales
Do you wan the bottom line up front? Here it is: This is an island-hopping, all canons firing, sword clashing, walk-the-plank kind of good time. Continue reading Where Ye be hidin’ yur chest-o-gold, Mate?
This book has been on my shelf for years. I’ve been meaning to read it, and I’m glad that I finally did. It was a pleasant adventure, far from Earth,… Continue reading Don’t Shoot! I promise I’m not a spy. Ok, you got me. I am.
Timothy Zahn is definitely one of my favorite authors. He loves to explore a wide variety of topics in his science fiction novels. In The Sibyl’s War trilogy, he explores… Continue reading The spaceship was an alien zoo controlled by an A.I.
In Apes and Angels, by Ben Bova, Brad makes first contact with an alien species. Then, he tries to save them – whether they like it or not. Continue reading I will save your life! Whether you like it or not!
I thought, “Surely they can’t make a GOOD movie about two girls being stuck at the top of a tower.” I was wrong. Continue reading I Have An Idea – Let’s Do Something Really Stupid…
Wait. What? Yeah, you’re just going to have to read the book to find out. I really try not to spoil these books with my “reviews”, but it’s really hard… Continue reading I Can’t Believe You Smashed My Glass Dragon Spaceship!
You know me. I’m a sucker for science fiction, but every once in a while, I’ll venture outside of my comfort zone and read something else, like historical fiction. Read… Continue reading All I want for Christmas is not to die
Exciting News! The audiobook version of The Watcher’s Realm is now available for your listening pleasure on Audible! Narrated by none other than yours truly. Continue reading Book 2 of The Nutcracker Trilogy is Now Available on Audible!
Andy Marino’s Escape from Chernobyl is a great read for young and old alike. This historical fiction depicts the very real events of April 26, 1986 through the eyes of… Continue reading This is a Test. This is Only a Test.
In Part III, we look at Goodreads. It’s a good app, all-around, though it could use a fresh look. Oh, and did I mention that it’s free? Continue reading Book-Tracking Apps, Part III (Goodreads)
In Part II of this mini-series on Book-Tracking apps, I show you an oldie, but a goodie: Delicious Library. This Mac OS only app used to be a great library… Continue reading Book-Tracking Apps, Part II (Delicous Library)
I’ve been using Bookly for a number of years now, and I’ve mostly loved the experience. The look and feel of the app is just great! It’s relatively user friendly,… Continue reading Book-Tracking Apps, Part I (Bookly)
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