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The Diner

The news that his son had given information to the doppelgangers about him and Gabriel and how to contact him for their needs bothered him. Not only did that part bother him, it bothered him that Gabriel had found out he had a child not from his own mouth, but through an official situation at the Council Chamber.   3,263 more words

Urban Fantasy

The Waxwork: A M Burrage

A M Burrage was the type of man who might very well have walked out of one of his own stories. He commenced yarn-spinning as a boy of fifteen at St Augustine’s, Ramsgate, writing stories of school life to provide himself with pocket money. 751 more words

Supernatural Fiction

New information begets new goals...

It was early morning in the Weylyn cabin and Devon was sitting  at the table sipping fresh brewed coffee. His mate, Eva, was already out of the house and getting their young pups off to their studies and the older ones to training. 5,807 more words

Urban Fantasy

The Screaming Staircase (Lockwood & Co. #1), by Jonathan Stroud ~ 4.0 Stars

Thanks to NetGalley and Disney-Hyperion for providing an ebook in exchange for an honest review.

Release Date: Available Now

401 Pages

Synopsis: A sinister Problem has occurred in London: all nature of ghosts, haunts, spirits, and specters are appearing throughout the city, and they aren’t exactly friendly. 371 more words

What the Hell Did I Just Read: A Novel of Cosmic Horror (John Dies At the End #3), by David Wong ~ 5.0 Stars

Thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

Release Date: October 3rd, 2017

384 Pages

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Clown (Film)

What is it?

The 2014 supernatural horror movie Clown that was directed by Jon Watts.

What is it about?

This is how Metacritic describes this movie: 247 more words


Review -- John Cleaver Series

It’s been a while since I’ve actually read through the entirety of a book series, especially one longer than a trilogy. (The only other time I’ve done that in recent years was Sanderson’s Alcatraz series.) I’m no longer used to capital-‘C’ Conclusions, because everything I finish these days is a part of a series, be it podcast, YouTube series, or book. 658 more words

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