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Vampire Novels, Grover Cleveland, Misunderstandings

One Christmas—one which I will place after the birth of our first child because I didn’t make all my cards by hand with thousands of tiny hand-painted hole-punches and a glue stick, but before the birth of our second, because I wasn’t yet sending around a cynical… 460 more words

Parenting

One of Stephen King's Finest, 'The Night Flier' Remains Overlooked (Review)

Written by: Matt Molgaard

Directed by: Mark Pavia

Cast: Miguel Ferrer, Julie Entwisle, Dan Monahan

First thing is first, a lot of people know about and appreciate this movie. 521 more words

Review

Amie Elliott's Best Reads of 2014

My name is Amie Elliott.  I have only lived in Evanston for 4 years but have been visiting from neighboring towns for many more.  I teach high school photography and drawing and love almost every minute of it!  272 more words

EPL's Best Reads Of 2014

Book review: Doctor Sleep

Doctor Sleep – Stephen King

36 years is a long gap between an original story and its sequel; but according to the author’s note, Stephen King had already been spent many of those years wondering what happened to Danny Torrance, the young boy from… 593 more words

Book Reviews

My confession to another writer. I have no expertise, only imagination and ideas!

I was having lunch in Palm Springs last month with a group of people and one of them turned out to be a writer.  She was a writer of business books, who had also been a professional speaker and was happy to learn I was a writer as well. 690 more words

Mr. Freezie takes on a whole new meaning...

I have to admit I didn’t begin to like Stephen King as a writer until halfway through my teaching career when another teacher introduced me to his novella “Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption”. 645 more words

Book Musings

The Gift Of Portable Magic. The Gift Of A Book.

As I grew older, I realized that some of the best presents are those that give you an experience something that’ll stay with you forever and doesn’t wear off in a few days, weeks or months. 112 more words

Rat-a-tat Poems