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Season of the Witch: A Shades Below Novel, L.J.K. Oliva: Review

Darius is a private investigator and reluctant medium who doesn’t do witches. Georgia is the lone survivor of a massacre who comes to Darius for help finding the monster hunting her … and a witch. 152 more words

Book Reviews

X. The Lonely House

This is the story of two travelers, Gabe Valentine and Violetta Talbot, who ride out into the untamed wilderness of the Old West, hunting ghosts for fun and profit, haunted by sinister forces, and always finding trouble, even when they don’t try. 5,612 more words

Old West

Monday: What I'm Reading Now 2/20/17

Happy Monday! Unless, of course, you’re like Garfield and hate Mondays.

Last week, I had been super busy with my college workload. I had to learn a skit for my Spanish class, pull an all-nighter to finish a history paper, and do some edits on an English paper. 284 more words

My Thoughts

A World Apart: A Shades Below Novel, L.J.K. Oliva: Review

MacMillian is Rom, a private investigator, and disabled. He is still recovering from the wreck that crippled him and killed his brother, plus dealing with family expectations that leave him conflicted. 187 more words

Book Reviews

Do The Dead Dream? Status

I am working toward the completion and release of my short story collection, but timelines have shifted to the right a bit. When I first envisioned releasing this collection, I’d thought maybe Valentine’s Day might make a good release date…then as things didn’t progress as quickly as expected, and I’d attended my first Comic Con, I thought having it to release the end of June at the 2017 Denver Comic Con would also be a really cool release date. 240 more words

To Be Human

A Warning to the Curious

Here’s a real festive treat. In 2000 the BBC produced a series called Ghost Stories for Christmas, with Christopher Lee in which Lee played M R James reading four of his own stories.  22 more words

Horror

Review -- Ghost Talkers

First things first, historical fiction isn’t really my cup of tea. I’ve read (listened) to some fiction of eighteenth and nineteenth century pieces, and I didn’t particularly enjoy it. 528 more words

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