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Book Review | I'll Be Gone in the Dark

If you read the news, you have probably heard of Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark. It is a true crime novel about the man known who started out as the East Area Rapist and became the serial killer McNamara dubbed the Golden State Killer. 866 more words


Love Will Tear Us Apart by Holly Seddon

Love comes in many forms, and who says you can’t keep up a relationship that was built on a lie. Well, pretty much everyone with half a brain! 457 more words


New Happenings

Hello, friends of MockingHeart Review.

Since September of 2015, we’ve published the work of 175 poets in eight timely issues. With our new editorial, social media, and writing team, (see our masthead), we’re strategically adding more high-quality, relevant-to-poetry content. 178 more words


Lifetime Greenlight's Three Original Films Based on Jane Green Novels

‘Lifetime has greenlighted three original movies based on novels by international best-selling author Jane Green – Tempting Fate, To Have and To Hold and Family Pictures, executive produced by Grey’s Anatomy‘s Kim Raver.  627 more words


On The Nature of True Liberty

Toleration of Evil to Be Strictly Limited

“But, to judge aright, we must acknowledge that, the more a State is driven to tolerate evil, the further is it from perfection; and that the tolerance of evil which is dictated by political prudence should be strictly confined to the limits which its justifying cause, the public welfare, requires. 152 more words

How Life Imitates Chess - Garry Kasparov

Gem of a book that needs to be preserved over time for generations to come. What does chess teach us about life? Like chess, must we have a strategy for life? 116 more words

Wit and Wild Imagination - Joan Aiken's Fairy Tales (and a Fairy Tale blog hop)

Hello, and welcome to my blog! I’m Lynden Wade, author of “Reed Girl, Fire Girl, Cloud Girl,” which is published in the fairy-tale anthology A Bit of Magic… 1,036 more words