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Raspberries: An influential case for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation was established on April 20, 1983, by Atlantic Records founder and chairman Ahmet Ertegun. While many cities lobbied to be the permanent home for the Hall’s museum, it was Cleveland that was chosen in 1986. 1,639 more words

Popular Music

Character Tags: How the Masters Use Them

We’re looking at character tags.  Here’s how some of the master story tellers help us remember who their characters are. 1,143 more words

Character

Book Review: Subhuman by Michael McBride

Typically there are two camps of writers: those who do an incredible amount of research but fail to tell a compelling story, and those who can spin a yarn but can’t keep it from floating away with a gust of scientifically or factually-based wind. 115 more words

Book Reviews

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Subhuman

Unit 51 #1

by Michael McBride

Genre: Horror, Thriller, Supernatural, Aliens

THEY ARE NOT HUMAN.

At a research station in Antarctica, five of
the world’s top scientists have been brought together to solve one… 303 more words

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Subhuman

Unit 51 #1

by Michael McBride

Genre: Horror, Thriller, Supernatural, Aliens

THEY ARE NOT HUMAN.

At a research station in Antarctica, five of… 2,014 more words

Book Tour

a look at SUBHUMAN by Michael McBride #Horror #Thriller @mcbride_michael @SDSXXTours

Subhuman

Unit 51 #1

by Michael McBride

Genre: Horror, Thriller, Supernatural, Aliens

THEY ARE NOT HUMAN.

At a research station in Antarctica, five of the world’s top scientists have been brought together to solve one of the greatest mysteries in human history. 296 more words

Authors & Books

Subhuman - Michael McBride

Subhuman by Michael McBride. Wow! Where to start with this one?? There is so much good stuff going on between the covers of McBride’s latest offering, and first in the Unit #51 series. 446 more words

Horror Fiction Review