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Who are the story tellers?

Okay, so I know this post is about a week late, but bear with me since I only post about writing related things on Mondays. 588 more words

Adventures In Writing A Novel

Rosemary's Baby: A Review

Horror’s modern Odyssey, Ira Levin’s 1967 novel Rosemary’s Baby 342 more words

A Random Muse

My favorite thing to do as a writer is people watch. Here in sunny Florida, maybe not so much this week, I am amazed at what people do in their cars. 368 more words

Book Review: Stephanie Meyer, "Twilight" (2005)

Last year, a bunch of the women at my job started passing around Stephenie Meyer’s vampire books, the Twilight series (there are four books in total).  1,521 more words

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A Hypocrite's Review of "50 Shades"

I don’t know why I am writing this blog. A large part of me, perhaps it is the smarter half, wants to burn all physical and mental evidence that I, a devote Christian, feminist, and bibliophile, read the… 781 more words


Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) Review

Dear reader,

Yes, the time has come for me to review one of the most hotly anticipated and most derided films of this year: Fifty Shades of Grey  1,224 more words

Film And TV

Book Review: On Such a Full Sea

Most apocalyptic authors do not posses the creativity or desire to end their novel outside the standard normal tropes: a protagonist who submits to his (and it rather often seems to be “his”) malevolent overlords either through acquiescence or death, or else a plot that simply doesn’t bother with catharsis at all. 436 more words