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Review: Jason Bourne

Don’t you love how they did away with everything except his name? Jason Bourne, because we all know his name and his story. It’s become a part of our culture, and our references. 358 more words


Matching The Evidence by Graham Smith Blog Tour

Hi everyone,

So today is my stop on the blog tour for Matching the Evidence by Graham Smith, published by Caffeine Nights.

About the book: 651 more words


Song Review: Homme - Dilemma

It’s been a long while since I last reviewed a straight-up Korean ballad, but it’s a slow Tuesday and vocal duo Homme are the sole big release of the moment. 268 more words


Review | Swear on This Life by Renee Carlino

Swear on This Life
by Renée Carlino
Published by Atria Books
on August 9, 2016
Genre: Romance Contemporary

When a bestselling debut novel from mysterious author J.Colby becomes the literary event of the year, Emiline reads it reluctantly. 538 more words


The Mechanic: Resurrection

While you get what you would expect from the next installment in the franchise, the biggest let down isn’t the terrible script, cringe worthy dialogue or how appalling reliant it is on CGI – the real bugbear is just how boring it is! 357 more words


NBC Upfronts

     If you want to better understand NBC’s Fall decisions, I’ve got two words; Time and Chicago. That’s it. Out of all of the major networks time travel ventures, … 453 more words


THE CON SEASON Reviews Are In! And They're Important!

So, we’re two weeks after The Con Season‘s ebook release and I am overwhelmed by the response. If you still haven’t picked it up, you can… 335 more words