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The World of Rune prologue and preview

Cirdan’s Note: By the sea and stars, I have stumbled upon a most fascinating text! Our very own spock0528 has uncovered an ancient scroll that he thought would be of some interest to us. 631 more words


The Walking Dead Season 5 Premiere

The Walking Dead Season 5 Premiere “Review”

Sunday night’s episode of the Walking Dead is still burning on my mind. Every scene was an exciting adventure that unfolded at every turn. 766 more words

Fantasy Literature

Things don't get easier for FitzChivalry Farseer ... A Review of Fool's Assassin by Robin Hobb

Sometimes when people wish to pay a compliment to an especially captivating actor, they say that they could listen to that person read the phone book and still come away thoroughly entertained. 671 more words

"Annabelle" Movie Review

Annabelle directed by John R. Leonetti and starring Annabelle Wallis and Ward Horton tells the story about a young couple that experiences paranormal activity in their home. 362 more words

Fantasy Literature


Here I am again, starting a new blog. ┬áIn a lot of ways, it’s not really a new blog at all, I have just decided to expand the blog to include an additional blog platform for The Fantastic Scholar, which previously resided only on… 374 more words

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Dark Betrayal is published

Hello All!
The second book in my Chronicles of the Celestial series “Dark Betrayal” is now published and available in paperback at Amazon.com. The story picks up right where “Swept into the Darkness” left off. 100 more words

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School of Deaths: Interview and Review

I read and reviewed School of Deaths by Christopher Mannino, then, as an added bonus, I sent some questions to Christopher. Here are his responses (spoiler alert: you get to hear about some cool travels in Wales and England), and read on for a review of his book. 854 more words

Young-adult Fiction