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Author Interview:Within the House of Diana Rose's Mind

My Dear Future Readers:

I have done a four question interview and answered some choice questions for you to read. I am adding the link to that post here if you did not have a chance to read my previous post. 833 more words

True Love

Author Interview: Who is Diana Rose

My Dear Future Readers:

Today, I want to start answering some some questions for you and I hope that in answering these questions, I will help you get to know who I am. 705 more words

True Love

The Smell of Death

I asked another author to share a supernaturally-flavored event in their life, which I will call musings with author Ria Cantrell. Since she and I both have lived on New York state’s Long Island, this story made me shiver. 480 more words

An Authors Life

When Kids Ruled the World

I had a terrible realisation recently. I think I might be 11. And there’s a good chance you are too.  Let me explain. I remember my dad when he was in his thirties, as I am now. 285 more words

An Authors Life

Gaming is More Popular Than Ever - Courtesy of the Old School Gamers (You're welcome)

It doesn’t matter if we’re talking wargaming, roleplaying games, board games, or miniatures – gaming is experiencing a boom.  Not like when the industry first emerged, but certainly more than in the previous decade.  828 more words

Gaming

Review of Lost Girls – An Unsolved American Mystery by Robert Kolker

I remember when the bodies were first found on Long Island, the numerous bodies of young women buried in the sand.  There was a serial killer or killers on the prowl and his/their dumping grounds had been discovered.  567 more words

True Crime

Doc Savage

When I was in high school a classmate, Scott English, got me to read a Doc Savage paperback and I became hooked.  The books, reprinted in the 1970’s-80’s were reprints of the pulp magazine stories from the 1930’s – yet oddly they seemed to be entertaining to me.  844 more words

Science Fiction