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Book Review: Snowblind II - The Killing Grounds

Last year I read over 100 novels / novellas. It was a great year for reading and I discovered dozens of new authors. In starting the new year, I’ve decided to include my reviews on my blog as a way to continue to challenge myself. 696 more words

Snowblind II: The Killing Grounds by Michael McBride

The original Snowblind came out in late 2012 and was one of the best novellas I’d read. Now, Michael McBride is back with a follow up, … 488 more words

Fiction

McBride to discuss ending violence, racism in communities

When the Rev. Michael McBride was physically and sexually assaulted by a police officer as a college student in 1999, he knew he wasn’t the only member of his congregation to have a similar experience. 381 more words

Chautauqua Institution

About Mike

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I have enjoyed taking pictures my entire life, but now I have moved beyond the hobby to include this as my career. Being involved in customer relations throughout my professional career I am able to carry over a customercentric approach to my photography business. 158 more words

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The Narrator by Norman Prentiss and Michael McBride

Moving on to another fine piece of storytelling we have the joint venture of THE NARRATOR.  Norman Prentiss together with Michael McBride turned out an amazing story that was actually a set of stories within a story.   76 more words

Book Review

Snowblind - Michael McBride


 Snowblind was a fast and furious read. McBride’s tale, of an annual elk hunting trip for four college buddies now pushing towards their forties, is full of atmosphere and paranoia. 169 more words

Horror Review

A Shook Dungeon: Letter to Myself in the Wake of Berkeley Looters

White people in this country will have quite enough to do in learning how to accept and love themselves and each other, and when they have achieved this–which will not be tomorrow and may very well be never–the Negro problem will no longer exist, for it will no longer be needed.–James Baldwin, “Down at the Cross: Letter from a Region in My Mind,” 

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