It's finally happened! Beneath Them was just published today! This is a great novel for anyone looking for a story that's out of the norm--something both heartbreaking and scary. I may be a little biased since I personally edited it but, it's one title that I'm extremely proud of and have high hopes for. Natalie … Continue reading Beneath Them is Finally Available!
A Real Daughter by Lynn McKelvey is officially published! I couldn't be happier. A Real Daughter is a pretty interesting story; a woman named Claire, loses her daughter but, death doesn't stop her daughter from continuing life with Claire. In fact, Claire's daughter is still very much alive to her and it isn't until she … Continue reading A Real Daughter is finally released!
"The idea for this book hit me hard and fast, and the characters came at me full-force, demanding that their stories be told." --Alistair Cross on writing Sleep, Savannah, Sleep Q: Tell me about Haunted Nights LIVE and what inspired you to start this radio show? How can people listen in? Thorne & Cross: Haunted … Continue reading An Interview with Horror Novelist Alistair Cross
Erotic horror with a culinary twist? Is it possible to do well? Apparently so because Grivante Press just pulled it off. When I was approached to review this book I was immediately intrigued because the theme of this collection is pretty rare. I was craving something new and unique to read and I wanted to … Continue reading MASHED: The Culinary Delights of Twisted Erotic Horror
Goodreads review: Copyright Law in a Nutshell, 2d (Nutshell Series) by Mary LaFrance My rating: 3 of 5 stars. Note: a rating for 3 stars on Goodreads means, "Liked it". LaFrance gives you all the info that you need, but, it's dry and the info isn't communicated or formatted in an easy way to understand. … Continue reading Copyright Law in a Nutshell (2nd Edition) by Mary LaFrance
Here's a fun fact: there's actually a difference between "blond" and "blonde. And the distinction between the two words is something every good editor and proofreader should know. Plainly, a blond is a fair-haired male, and a blonde is a fair-haired female. "Blond" is the most common between the two versions and is used as an … Continue reading Blond vs. Blonde
"Especially as we get older, memories become more important. We tend to idolize the happy memories. But what about the painful ones? -Kim Hemphill from I Remember the Time...(5) This review is overdue! I rated it: The reason for my rating is that Hemphill discusses the abuse he experienced as a child and does a good … Continue reading Book Review: I Remember the Time…by Kim Hemphill
I wouldn't even be mentioning this if it didn't affect my life, because this book is about my story, not anyone else's. But when someone's actions directly affect me, then that's exactly what it turns into--my story as well." Rico Lamoureux, Power of the Pen (456-457). Power of the Pen is the autobiography of writer Rico … Continue reading A Review of the “Power of the Pen” by Rico Lamoureux
"But even when I was at my initial stage of childhood I somehow knew I'd tell the world my personal story. And now, here it is." -Rico Lamoureux on Power of the Pen: An Autobiography Q: What inspired you write this book? I've lived quite a diverse life, with each chapter feeling like a whole separate … Continue reading An Interview with Rico Lamoureux, Author Without Eyesight but With Great Insight
"I felt strongly about sharing my experiences with others to perhaps inspire people to know that you can be down and out on your luck, but you can prevail. I hope to show some of today’s parents you can break the chain of abuse that has gone on from one generation to the next." -Kim Hemphill … Continue reading An Inspiring Interview With Child Rights Leader and Author of “I Remember the Time…”, Kim Hemphill