REVIEW: Four Past Midnight

Four Past Midnight By Stephen King Genre: Horror I’m not really a fan of short story anthologies. So why buy a short story anthology? Wasn’t paying attention and bought it thinking it was one story. Don’t get me wrong. I love Stephen King. He is one of only four writers I would call my favorites. […]

Review: People of the Morning Star

People of the Morning Star by: Kathleen O’Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear Genre: Historical Fiction I am always amazed by the talent and genuine skill the Gears employ when writing. They are two of the most talented people I’ve ever had the pleasure of “knowing” (through their work). When the Gears write about ancient civilizations, […]

REVIEW: University

UNIVERSITY By Bentley Little Genre: Horror   WOW! Bentley Little’s story, University, is one heck of a ride. Let me tell you what I liked about this book: It DEFINITELY has the spooky/creepy/scary vibe going! The main characters were 3-D-ish. In other words, they were relatable, empathy-worthy and real. ISH. I liked them all. However, […]

Review: Where the Dead Walk

WHERE THE DEAD WALK BY: JOHN BOWEN GENRE: PARANORMAL Kate Bennett is the host of a British Television series entitled WHERE THE DEAD WALK. Her production partner, Henry White is her biggest fan. Together they become entangled with Sebastian Dahl, a super-rich, very eccentric, philanthropist who may—or may not—have designs on Kate. Throw in some […]

REVIEW: Rooted

Rooted By: Idabel Allen Genre: Fiction “It all comes from the root. And Grover McQuiston was the root of it all.” My mother always says, “your roots give you wings.” While that may be true, for me, the roots in this story serve another purpose altogether. The shared roots of the McQuiston family give them […]

Review: Alia Tero: The Many Lives of Darren Datita

Alia Tero: The Many Lives of Darren Datita By: Lull Mengesha & Scott Spotson They say everyone has a doppelganger, a twin, a clone. Somewhere out there, there is, another you who looks JUST LIKE YOU but is living an entirely different life from yours. The basis of Alia Tero is this: EARTH HAS A […]

Review: Kachina

Kachina By: J. R. Rada David Purcell, a modern-day traveling salesman, finds himself in the middle of an ancient Hopi war between modern Hopis living on a reservation, the Sun Clan Hopis (good guys) and the Bow Clan Hopis (bad guys) who have been living underground in a secret cave system for centuries AND the […]