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  • Careful What You Wish For
    Nick Jonas of The Jonas Brothers makes his film debut in a sexy erotic thriller
    Filmed in Charlotte, North Carolina, the erotic thriller Careful What You Wish For is a sexy upcoming thriller that will have you at the edge of your seats. It stars Isabel Lucas (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen) and former Disney star Nick...
  • Bone
    Samhain and All Hallow's Eve Novels That Prove You're A Pagan Heathen
    1) Interview With The Vampire - Anne Rice. This is when vampires were cool. When Goth was Goth. None of this sparkly 'Twilight' romance crap. But really, even Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' was a love story at heart. Tom Cruise...
  • NaNoWriMo 2014 Kick-off Locations
    Kick off NaNoWrimo with local write-ins and virtual workshops
    Where did October go? How did it fly by so quickly? National Novel Writing Month starts this Saturday, y'all. Are you ready? Have you got a plot in mind, or a character or two, or even just an evocative first sentence?If not, mark your...
  • Peeta gives Katniss a message in last “Mockingjay” TV spot
    Peeta gives Katniss a message in last “Mockingjay” TV spot
    There have been quite a few trailers and TV spots that have been coming out for this movie and we as fans have no problem with that at all.You can view the spot on YouTube, by going here.In this latest TV spot, we see the full scene of a worn...
  • Haven
    Haven: Season 5, Episode 7: Nowhere Man
    Audrey may be back, but the Mara problem remains. Nathan and Duke can't just kill her or hand her over to the guard as she may be connected to Audrey. It's a legitimate concern on Nathan's part, but this seems like a very easy thing to...
  • A Conversation About Happiness Book Cover
    A Conversation About Happiness
    Originally an American girl who later planted roots in England, the author of this memoir, Mikey Cuddihy shares the intimate details of her life as an orphan. She focuses at length on her time spent at the experimental English school, Summerhill....
  • And The Children Shall Lead
    Book Review - 'And The Children Shall Lead' by Michael J. Bowler
    There's something to be said about a continuing series with a revolving cast of characters.It never gets old.It always stays fresh.That's what makes Michael J. Bowler's THE KNIGHT CYCLE—an anthology of five, full length, YA...
  • Aftershock by Joe Lane
    Review of Aftershock by Joe Lane
    Pilot Major Penelope Baldwin awakens after a dangerous mission to find that she’s lost her left leg and the ability to ever have children. Devastated, but with the help of her dog Cinnamon and her mother Evelyn, she tries to find her way in...
  • Saga #24
    Picks of comic book week: Overalls and axes are standard for seals in space
    Another month, another stand out issue for the creator owned Image Comics series which has taken the comic book universe by storm. What is there to say which hasn't already been said? Anyone who isn't reading it should be, and Image Comics...
  • 'The Job' by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg
    'The Job' by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg
    My first exposure to Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg was in their co-authored novel “The Chase” and I thought the book was an entertaining and fun thriller novel. When I got an e-mail from the publisher asking me if I wanted a copy of...
  • 'My Grandfather's Coat'  by Jim Aylesworth & illustrated by Barbara McClintock
    'My Grandfather's Coat' by Jim Aylesworth & illustrated by Barbara McClintock
    "My Grandfather's Coat" is a wonderful retelling of the story about immigrants who came to America and used their skill and knowledge to be thrifty and wise. Aylesworth's simple retelling is perfectly complemented by McClintock&...
  • Shirley Jackson
    We Have Always Read Shirley
    Shirley Jackson stories are great to a certain extent. "The Lottery" is possibly the most widely read short story in the United States, and it absolutely deserves to be revered has a hallmark of American story telling. There is a lesser...
  • Wierm's Egg by Jennifer Garlen
    A mother’s love, classic fantasy inspire Garlen’s ‘Wierm’s Egg’
    In many ways, Jennifer Garlen’s debut novel, ‘Wierm’s Egg,’ is a tribute to classic fantasy inspired by a mother’s love. The story about the noble she-dragon Sylla that raises an orphaned human boy named Wiermig...
  • The Cover of Redeemed
    Redeemed, the Final Book, Spoiler Free Review
    I remember the day I picked up the first House of Night novel. It was just after it first released and I had never heard of it. I was still in high school at the time and my new English class really wanted to get us back into reading so we were...
  • "The Outcasts" by Kathleen Kent
    Book signing: Kathleen Kent at The Twig Book Shop on Thursday
    Kathleen Kent is the bestselling author of historical fiction including “The Heretic’s Daughter” and “The Traitor’s Wife.” Her new novel “The Outcasts” was released earlier this month and takes place...