The Legends of Luke Skywalker

Ken Liu writes an interesting anthology of tales that center around the myth of Luke Skywalker. The story is centered around some passengers on a transport barge on its way to Canto Bight. If you’ve seen the film Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (2017) then this destination will be familiar. In fact, it really... Continue Reading →

To-Be-Read List of 2019

Writers need to do two things: Read a lot and write a lot. Stephen King said something to that effect in his book On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft. If he said it, then it must be true. That is one of my goals for the New Year. To read a lot and to... Continue Reading →

After Midnight Cover Reveal

Every so often, I'm asked to help my fellow authors get the news out about their newest book release. Sometimes, that help looks like participating in Facebook release parties and other times it's helping them promote their newest book cover. Like today. After Midnight is the newest book in the Miss Hyde Novellas written by... Continue Reading →

Review of Sleeping Beauties

A small town is mysteriously the center of a supernatural event and their actions will effect the rest of the world. Sound familiar? If so, you’ve probably read some of the other works written by Stephen King. Throw in a virus that incapacitates more than half the worlds population, then you have a definite novel... Continue Reading →

Stephen King’s “The Outsider”

  As a friend told me when I was trying to explain to her my fascination with this novel, she told me I was biased. And I guess I am biased because I’ve been reading Stephen King since I’ve been in the sixth grade starting with IT and then Gerald’s Game. In retrospect, I really... Continue Reading →

Gunslinger Girl by Lyndsay Ely

This is the debut novel for author Lyndsay Ely, but when you read it there isn’t an indication of that fact. Except when you read the author bio of course. It’s so expertly written and edited that you would have thought it was Ely’s fourth or fifth novel. If this is the level of talent... Continue Reading →

El Sendero by Mark Reefe

For those that haven’t read the first in this trilogy written by Mark Reefe, I’d advice that you do so now before you die. Otherwise, Finn McCallan might come down to Hell and give you a beating worse than what you’re normally accustomed to. For those that have read The Road to Jericho, but have... Continue Reading →

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