As promised, I checked with the Self-Publishing Review and they gave me permission to post my author interview with Cate Baum, SPR’s co-founder, in full. 1,141 more words
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This week, Chris and Kathy’s Bloody Good Horror review is for the 1996 sci-fi action-thriller The Arrival. Starring a thankfully subdued Charlie Sheen (although the nervy paranoia does remind viewers of his later talk radio manifesto) and directed by under-appreciated thriller director David Twohy, the film is a fun relic of a specific cinematic time and place, and worth revisiting.
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Hey everyone! I find myself beyond ecstatic today, because I can officially call myself an award-winning author. The Arrival just won The Self-Publishing Review’s Full Moon Fantasy Award for the year’s best self-published fantasy novel! 88 more words
When the original Slender: the Eight Pages was unleashed in 2012, it garnered praise for its involving, yet simple approach to the survival horror genre. Many a YouTuber recorded their experience with this PC title, much to the general public’s amusement. 436 more words