We’re counting down the days till Halloween. As the celebration continues here’s a new entry for my blog that I called Gif Guess. Can you guess the following 31 horror/scif-fi/fantasy/gothic films by their gifs? Take a whack at it!
My apologies for the late review, but life has kept me busy these past few months. I won a copy of the novel via the author’s GoodReads giveaway Review: The novel’s a great read, it has everything a reader can ask for in a sci-fi/fantasy book. I applaud the author’s characters who are not onlyContinue reading “Review: Kyoko M.’s Of Cinder & Bone”
For those of you who don’t know, music is one of the few things in life that I truly enjoy. It helps me get through the day and so it comes to no one’s surprise that I’ve created a playlist of songs for my mermaid fantasy novella Orniainthi. You can check it out below: AndContinue reading “Listen: Orniainthi Official Playlist”
It’s summer time and that means it’s time for summer reading! Whether it’s assigned or by individual choice, here are fifteen book suggestions from yours truly.
Summer is winding down and August has arrived. Soon students will head back to their classrooms and learn new things while expanding upon the knowledge they already hold. Families around the country are taking their final road trips and vacations. Everywhere kids and grownups alike are settling down around the campfire, relaxing on the beachContinue reading “Take the Road Less Traveled: My Picks For Summer Reading 2014”
I enjoy reading anthologies and it’s always awesome to see comics and charity coming together. In the past, I’ve had the opportunity to be part of the comic anthology Womanthology: Heroic where all the proceeds from purchased copies have gone to a number of charities. So when writer Stu Perrins told me about a project that he hadContinue reading “Anthology Review: Tales From A Lonely Planet”
Author: Robert Kroese Premise: Paul Bayes has begun to feel like all of his actions are dictated by forces beyond his control. But when his suicide attempt is foiled by a mysterious young woman named Tali, Paul begins to wonder if the future is really as bleak as it seems. Tali possesses a strange power:Continue reading “Book Review: Schrödinger’s Gat”