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  • Lori Rader Day and Little Pretty Things
    Interview with Lori Rader Day about her new mystery Little Pretty Things
    Lori Rader-Day’s first mystery novel, “The Black Hour,” has been nominated for numerous awards, including the Mary Higgins Clark Award, a Macavity, an Anthony, and the Barry Award for Best Paperback Original. For this interview,...
  • Dynamite Entertainment
    Dynamite Entertainment sets up shop in New York City and teams up with Atari
    Today (July 6) was a big day for Dynamite Entertainment announcements, both of which were revealed by ICv2. The first was the announcement that the comic book publisher would be setting up an office in New York City (which would once again bring...
  • Poison Ivy
    Poison Ivy among characters set to star in new slate of DC Comics' mini series
    Coming off this summer's "Convergence" event (as well as their staff's move to California), DC Comics is busy with their newest publication plan called "DC You". This has been an effort to respond to the times by...
  • 'Spirited: Prohibition in America' at Laman Library
    'Spirited: Prohibition in America' at Laman Library
    William F. Laman Library in North Little Rock is currently featuring an exhibit on a fascinating chapter in our nation's history. The nationally touring exhibition is titled "Spirited: Prohibition in America". For an unforgettable 13...
  • 'Apocalypse Now'
    'Heart of Darkness' vs. 'Apocalypse Now'
    Imperialism has been an issue since the dawn of human existence. Dominance of one over another is human nature. Although colonialism may be dead, seizing authority from one, whether it be a state or an individual, will always be a concern in...
  • The rebels put on their war paint in new 'Mockingjay' posters
    The rebels put on their war paint in new 'Mockingjay' posters
    Once again Lionsgate is able to draw in a crowd with their amazing promotion techniques. Earlier today, MTV news released eight new posters from the movie. The posters of Katniss, Peeta, Gale, Prim, Finnick, Boggs, and Cressida with a red...
  • Arkham Asylum
    Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth
    sometimes I think the asylum is the head. We're inside a huge head that dreams us all into being.-The Mad HatterIt has taken me a while to jump onto the Grant Morrison bandwagon, but it's been worth the wait: his work with "Arkham...
  • 'The Witch of Bourbon Street'
    Book review: 'The Witch of Bourbon Street' by Suzanne Palmieri
    Today, Hartford Books Examiner reviews The Witch of Bourbon Street (St. Martin’s Griffin, $15.99) by Suzanne Palmieri.Published last week, this novel is the internationally selling author’s third for St. Martin’s, following The...
  • 'Solitude Creek' by Jeffery Deaver
    'Solitude Creek' by Jeffery Deaver
    I have been trying to expand on the number thriller authors that I follow so I have been diving into the genre searching for some favorite authors to follow. While I enjoy a good thriller, I just never seemed to really get into the genre that...
  • Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins
    Life as depicted in 'Olive Kitteridge'
    ‘Olive Kitteridge’ by Elizabeth Strout is a work of many stories depicting the complications that are given with marriage, depression, death, parenthood, and other aspects of life. Recently, Strout’s literary work was transformed...
  • Under the Dome
    Under the Dome Season 3, Episode 3: Redux
    It seems the events of the premiere aren't easily shaken off. Oddly enough, it isn't so much being captured and put into alien pods that freaked people out. That, they were largely able to shrug off, but the "alternate reality"...
  • 'The Starved:  Inception' by Rick Ochre
    'The Starved: Inception' by Rick Ochre
    When I saw a horror novel that is based on real events and takes place (in part) in Minnesota, I knew I needed to read the book. Of course, the very good cover also added to the appeal. I started “The Starved: Inception” by Rick Ochre...
  • Manga Reader
    Manga montage: summer list
    Summer is the time to get caught up on one's reading, especially the latest book or volume in a series. Manga series run anywhere from two to fifteen+ volumes. Of the following series, some are complete; some are still running:Hana-Kimi by...
  • Novel review: Christmas in July
    Novel review: Christmas In July
    Christmas in July, written by Debbie Mason, is an easy, interesting read. It can be read and enjoyed any time of the year, from summertime to Christmastime.It takes place in the small, close knit town of...you guessed it....Christmas! A woman was...
  • Turning to Stone (Roma Series Book 4), by Gabriel Valjan
    Interview with Gabriel Valjan, author of 'Turning to Stone'
    Gabriel Valjan is the author of the Roma Series from Winter Goose Publishing, available in both paperback and digital formats. He is the author of numerous short stories that are available online and in print anthologies. Turning To Stone, Book 4...
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