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BOOK REVIEW - THE RENFIELD SYNDROME BY J. A. SAARE

Book Description

Publication Date: February 3, 2015

The future can be altered, but the side effects can be hell.

Rhiannon’s Law, Book 2

Rhiannon believed a deranged child vampire was the most dangerous adversary she’d ever face, until she discovers something far worse. 316 more words

BOOKS

Tales from the Writers’ Room, Part 3: How an Episode of TV Gets Made

People often ask me how a writer’s room works. Do all the writers work on episodes together, like a snarky, eight-headed hydra, or do we toil away in solitude, typing until our fingers bleed?   923 more words

Writing

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' fan recap: Ladies love Xander

Season 2 | Episode 16 | “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” | Aired Feb 10, 1998 on The WB

The love bug bites the ladies of Sunnydale High, and Buffy is both the hunter and hunted—of Xander and by Angelus, respectively—in this Valentine’s Day episode. 965 more words

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' recap: Full-moon fever

Season 2 | Episode 15 | “Phases” | Aired Jan. 27, 1998 on The WB

How do you top a two-parter in which Buffy and Angel, the great love of her young life, consummate their relationship, only for him to lose his soul and turn into a killer? 964 more words

Joss Whedon's Wisdom: The Resonance of 'Innocence' (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, S2E14)

Anyone who watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer remembers ‘Innocence.’ It was a pivotal episode not just for the second season, but for the series as a whole. 1,005 more words

DVD Commentary

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' recap: Goodnight, my love

Season 2 | Episode 14 | “Innocence (Part 2)” | Aired Jan 20, 1998 on The WB

Hundreds, if not thousands, of pop-culture critics, scholars, and bloggers have written about the teen angst allegory… 1,169 more words