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China Brotsky - 7 years ago Reply

Hi Mal, i’ve always loved your reviews and now I love your site. Just wanted to let you know that some of the links are broken in the faq about what are the most read reviews. For example I tried to get to favorit sci fi and that seemed broken.
take care,

    Mal Warwick - 7 years ago Reply

    Thank you so much, China! I’ll bet these broken links are one of the prices I had to pay for the move to a new site. I’ll take a look.

    All the best,


    Magdalene Varland - last year Reply

    thanks for sharing this information.have shared this link with others keep posting such information..

Deb Nelson - 7 years ago Reply

New site looks great, but what I really love is your new book (Business Solution to Poverty). It’s a very smart, honest take on what’s not worked in the past, and what will work moving forward. Thank you (and Paul)!

Joanne Meredith - 4 years ago Reply

Could not ‘contact’ using the contact box.
Just wanted to thank you for not including The Martian in your list of favorite scifi. I LOVE science fiction but as we drove across the country moving from NC to CA we listened to it as a book on tape and it nearly put me to sleep, not a good idea while driving. I loved the movie, it was a good story but the science was so flawed.
Glyphus publishes scientific fiction that I think you would find list worthy. Veteran science writer Dennis Meredith creates his science thrillers based on his decades of experience working at leading research universities such as Cornell, MIT and Caltech.

    Mal Warwick - 4 years ago Reply

    I have no idea which post of mine you’re referring to. I read and loved The Martian. I can understand that it could put you to sleep, because it was full of engineering details. You say the science was flawed, but others have disagreed. I have no way to judge.

    I checked out Dennis Meredith’s books on Amazon. None of them appealed to me. And, BTW, it was clear that his writing was not based exclusively on hard science.

Chris Buuza - 4 years ago Reply

Hi Mal, thanks for your Social responsibilities and Concern towards the Poor and de Environment! I have fallen in Love with your blog!

Regenia Muehl - a couple of years ago Reply

Howdy just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The text in your post seem to be running off the screen in Ie. I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know. The layout look great though! Hope you get the problem fixed soon. Many thanks

Melvin Kurk - a couple of years ago Reply

Hy everyone. I love good sci fi books and i thought to tell you my experience. We have found a lot scifi on a library. You can search every single book. In this moment I enjoy reading and its awesome . Recommend everyone read this one. Anyway I just adore to read great sci fi books.

Buford Ahmad - a couple of years ago Reply

Hi. I just came across your site and i wanted to share my thoughts with you. I love this site and also i am a bookaholic and i read all i can. For example in this moment i read

    Mal Warwick - a couple of years ago Reply

    I read and reviewed that book, too. Thought it was excellent.

Rekalit - a couple of years ago Reply

hey, I read some of your post and these are very good thank you for creating such a wonderful content.

Rachel Stinson - a couple of years ago Reply


Just dropping in a quick line to ask, May I send some amazing ideas your way for an article (Guest Post) to be published on your website

If you like my suggested ideas, I can provide you with high-quality FREE CONTENT/ARTICLE.
In return, I would expect just a favor of a backlink from within the main body of the article.

Do let me know if I can interest you with some great topic ideas?


Rachel Stinson

    Mal Warwick - a couple of years ago Reply

    Thanks, but no thanks. I don’t use guest posts except on rare occasions by invitation only. Very rare occasions.


John Touchton - a couple of years ago Reply

Mal, have you read any of Charles Portis’ novels? I have often wondered why he is seldom, if ever, mentioned in lists of humorous novels. The Dog of the South and Masters of Atlantis are two of the funniest books that I have ever read. Thanks, John.

    Mal Warwick - a couple of years ago Reply

    Thanks for the tip. I’ll check him out. The name is vaguely familiar to me, so I may actually have read one of his books, though a very long time ago.

      John Touchton - a couple of years ago Reply

      I should have mentioned that Charles Portis is the author of True Grit.

Lance Packer - a couple of months ago Reply

You might want to scan your website since my security app just blocked accessing your FAQ page because it was infected. I tried to send this in your regular contact form several times but got an error message. Might be related?


    Mal Warwick - a couple of months ago Reply

    Thank you! I’ve forwarded your comment to the IT person I consult with.

Steve Haberman - 3 weeks ago Reply

I’ve written a WW2 spy thriller, Winston Churchill’s Renegade Spy that might interest you. It’s 1940. Hitler’s military has conquered France and is set on taking on Britain. A Churchill envoy secretly flies to Zurich. There he meets with an ex-New York City detective and disgraced Churchill bodyguard. His plea: help hunt down a German spy in the prime minister’s government who would aid the Nazi invasion of the island-nation. A complimentary review copy in mobi or epub format is available. Thanks Steve

    Mal Warwick - 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thanks, Steve. I’ll put it on the list. But the list is very long.

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