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New Release: Ararat by Christopher Golden- Review 5* Genius read!

Ararat by Christopher Golden

The synopsis:

Meryam and Adam take risks for a living. But neither is prepared for what lies in the legendary heights of Mount Ararat, Turkey. 295 more words

Ararat by Christopher Golden

Meryam and Adam earn a living by taking risks – they’ll make a dangerous expedition, often at an inappropriate time of year to spice it up a little, and will film and write about the experience. 712 more words

Book Reviews

Three Guys With Beards #51 | Jimmy Palmiotti

Today the Beards are joined by legendary comic inker, artist and writer Jimmy Palmiotti, the co-creator of Ash, Painkiller Jane and The Monolith, in addition to work for Marvel’s Punisher, The Daughters of the Dragon and DC’s Jonah Hex, Powergirl and, of course Harley Quinn. 30 more words

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Three Guys With Beards #50 | James Marsters

On today’s show The beards talk with actor James Marsters (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Runaways and much more) about life as an actor and musician, and his work on voice overs, too!? 9 more words

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Review: Ararat by Christopher Golden (2017)

My Rating: 5 stars                                          Read: 3/27/2017

Release Date:  Apr 18, 2017  (you can pre-order here)

Blurb:

New York Times bestselling author Christopher Golden’s supernatural thriller about a mountain adventure that quickly turns into a horrific nightmare of biblical proportions. 622 more words

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Three Guys With Beards #049 | Daniel Knauf

On this Episode of Three Guys With Beards, recorded live at I-Con, ‘Beards Christopher Golden and James A. Moore talk with special guest producer and writer Daniel Knauf, of Dracula, Carnivale and The Black List fame. 9 more words

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Three Guys With Beards | Mary SanGiovanni

This week the Beards talk with writer Mary SanGiovanni, who is as delightfully outspoken as she is talented. Of course, we chat about movies, books and the world of pop culture, but we also discuss the changing position of women in the genre. 9 more words

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