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  • Sam and Cait are all smiles at Comic Con July 11, 2015
    Dragonfly in Amber Book 2 of the Outlander series comes to the screen.
    There was much ado about Dragonfly in Amber at the San Diego Comic Con in early July. Sam Heughan, Catriona Balfe, Ron Moore, and author Diana Gabaldon were all present for a panel on Saturday. Sam also took part in a panel on new warriors on...
  • Robyn Carr's latest book, 'A New Hope'
    Robyn Carr's latest book, 'A New Hope'
    Ginger met Matt when she punched him out at a wedding. Ginger works in a flower shop in Thunder Point. She is divorced and grieving the loss of her baby boy. Matt is a farmer. He is also divorced and grieving the loss of a baby. When Matt...
  • Iron Man
    Bendis to get second Iron Man comic as Black Knight gets first series since '56
    A new month brings with it new promotions for Marvel Comics' upcoming fall line up. In a follow up from a story which started off June, editor in chief Axel Alonso confirmed a rumor yesterday (August 1) via Comic Book Resources and ICv2 that...
  • 'Sons of Anarchy'
    Literary elements on film: ‘Hamlet’ vs. ‘Sons of Anarchy’
    Vacillation, betrayal, death. Shakespeare’s tragedy, ‘Hamlet,’ explores these concepts, while also assembling the foundation for Kurt Sutter’s television series, ‘Sons of Anarchy.’ Classic writers such as...
  • Under the Dome
    Under the Dome Season 3, Episode 7: Ejecta
    With a meteor storm striking, you might expect a more action heavy set piece. However, as the dome manages to withstand the impacts and subsequent explosions, the characters are safe in their little hidey hole. It actually makes for a more...
  • The Darkest Hour by Maya Banks has a fighting chance for first
    The Darkest Hour by Maya Banks has a fighting chance for first
    Book Description:The Darkest Hour is the first of the KGI series written by Maya Banks. The KGI series is written about the Kelly family and their black ops organization known as Kelly Group International. Book one is about Ethan Kelly, who is a...
  • Getting to know your characters
    How do you get to know your characters?
    Writers, how do you get to know your characters? Readers, can you tell how well an author knows their characters?Having a thorough knowledge of your book’s characters is imperative in writing fiction. You have to be true to the character you...
  • 'Left to Darkness' by Craig Saunders
    'Left to Darkness' by Craig Saunders
    Apocalyptic fiction by DarkFuse is always a special treat so I was happy to get a copy of “Left to Darkness” by Craig Saunders. I had enjoyed the books I had read by Saunders (“Bloodeye” and “Masters of Blood and Bone...
  • Avoiding Alpha, by Aileen Erin
    Avoiding Alpha, by Aileen Erin
    Aileen Erin is a self-professed nerd—from Star Wars to Star Trek—and all things elvish, courtesy of J.R.R. Tolkien. She writes the Alpha Girls series. The second book is Avoiding Alpha.Tessa McCaide’s life has changed...
  • Daredevil #17
    The penultimate Mark Waid issue of 'Daredevil' swings above comics this week
    As the dog days of summer are set to begin, an era within Marvel Comics is coming to an end. It won't be long that fans, retailers, and the company itself won't be able to count on the Eisner award winning writer Mark Waid, as well as the...
  • 'The Girl on the Train' returns to the top of the book list
    'The Girl on the Train' returns to the top of the book list
    It was a short lived time at the top for Go Set a Watchman as Paula Hawkins book The Girl on the Train. Train returns to the top of the book list with a vengeance. The book grabbed the number two spot for all three lists.Grey by EL James did well...
  • The Mark of Athena
    Review: The Mark of Athena (Heroes of Olympus Book 3) by Rick Riordan
    Overview of The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan (available on RickRiordan.com):In The Son of Neptune, Percy, Hazel, and Frank met in Camp Jupiter, the Roman equivalent of Camp Half-blood, and traveled to the land beyond the gods to complete a...
  • Love is in the air this month of August new books
    Love is in the air this month of August new books
    It seems that Valentine's Day is coming a second time this year as August is filled with a long list of books coming out that are sure to melt, break, or make your heart fall in love.Leading the romance this month is J. Kenner and Jasinda...
  • Bum Rap
    Bum Rap Reviewed By Norm Goldman of Bookpleasures.com
    Author: Paul LevinePublisher: Thomas & MercerISBN: 978-1477829868Paul Levine, author of nineteen novels, once again with his Bum Rap brings us his familiar characters, the brash Miami attorney, Steve Solomon, his beautiful live-in lover and...
  • Early Warning
    Part two of an American saga: ‘Early Warning’
    “Early Warning” is the second volume in Pulitzer Prize winner Jane Smiley’s triumphant trilogy that spans a century in the lives of the Langdon family.“Some Luck,” the first volume introduced the family with deep...
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