Mike Flannagan’s Doctor Sleep is quite possibly my favorite film of 2019. His take on Stephen King’s novel is outstanding. The prodigious effort Mike undertook to interweave King’s writing with Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining is something that resides somewhere between holy crap and black magic.
Tosca Lee is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of The Line Between, The House of Bathory Duology (The Progeny, Firstborn), Iscariot, The Legend of Sheba, Demon: A Memoir, Havah: The Story of Eve, and the Books of Mortals series with New York Times bestseller Ted Dekker. Continue reading “Q&A with Tosca Lee”
Okay, confession time, before now, I had never read a Tosca Lee novel. I recognized her name and even enjoyed the covers to her books, but for whatever reason, I had never read any. Having said that, after reading A Single Light, the fact that she is a New York Times Bestselling Author becomes rather apparent. Continue reading “Tosca Lee’s A SINGLE LIGHT”
What happens when heroes are as broken as the world they must reforge?
A mad king’s genocide destroyed Alea’s home and left her sanity in tatters. Caught in the crossfire between the gods and their creators, Alea realizes the darkness inside her is the only thing that can end the bloodshed. Across enemy lines, bastard lieutenant Brentemir Barrackborn is horrified by the blood on his hands. He must choose between the gods he worships and newfound family if he has any hope of redemption—or surviving the war… Continue reading “SMOKE AND RAIN byV.S. Holmes”
Set for release and sold through Amazon internationally on Sept 30, 2019 in Ebook and Print Format!
The last thing Jonah Sands expected on his thirtieth birthday was to have his life thrust into the hands of a dangerous, red-haired woman—or to be the only person in the world to survive an encounter with her. Continue reading “FATES FURY by Liz Butcher”
Infidelity. It’s a word that scares even the most secure of relationships. A word often avoided for fear of inviting the unwanted. But what if infidelity was built into a relationship? What if it were not only allowed, but expected? Is there a line that shouldn’t be crossed? What if it was? Continue reading “ALL THE BEAUTIFUL BODIES by Danielle Porter.”
Walking Alone is a fun collection of twenty-seven short stories written by Bentley Little. While not all of the stories are what I would call stellar, there are a few that stand out that I’ll mention here.
The first story to stick with me after reading was SNOW. For me, this is hands down the BEST story in the collection. After all, who doesn’t appreciate killer snowmen? Continue reading “WALKING ALONE: SHORT STORIES by Bentley Little”
Confessions of a City Girl: Washington, D.C.
Released: August 18, 2016
Reviewer: Daniel Boucher
As far as Juliette’s City Girl series goes, Confessions of a City Girl: Washington, D.C. is a terrific addition to her ongoing saga and delivers more of what you’ve come to expect from this character-imbuing author. Continue reading “Confessions of a City Girl: Washington, D.C.”
“Stephen has written a new short story, “Laurie,” which is available now as a free download exclusively on stephenking.com. You may download and/or print the story for yourself or to pass along to others, but may not charge any money to share it.”
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Jason Schreier’s Blood, Sweat, and Pixels
Release Date: September 5, 2017
Review by: Daniel Boucher
Say what you will about Jason Schreier, but his book Blood, Sweat, and Pixels is a jaw-dropping look into the world of making video games. I was warmed, inspired and shocked (looking at you George Lucas) while reading it. Continue reading “Blood, Sweat, and Pixels by Jason Schreier”