“The Wrath and the Dawn” ties together mystery, romance, and brilliant narration to reimagine the events of the classic tale, “A Thousand and One Nights.”
Spy is a comedy action film that stars Melissa McCarthy as the would be spy who is going to save the world. With bundles of laughs and action, this is a film you don’t want to miss.
An Imaginative & Captivating Memoir | Review of ‘A Natural History of Dragons’ (Memoir by Lady Trent, #1)
A memoir unlike any other, A Natural History of Dragons is a captivating and imaginative tale where Dragons do exist and one woman can prove she is just as intelligent and strong as any man set on studying dragons.
Imaginative But Lacking Character | Review of ‘A Book of Spirits and Thieves’ (Spirits and Thieves, #1)
A Book of Spirits and Thieves is the newest book by bestselling author Morgan Rhodes, and while the story is imaginative, the fault lies within the lack of character.
In “The Dream Lover,” Berg tells the story of George Sand, a brilliant French writer who transformed her passion for life and love into the written word.
Can’t decide what to read next? Here, let me help you. Check out what’s on my reading this. Three very different books that vary in style and genre. Come on, check it out!
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George R. R. Martins brings forth more for fans of Game of Thrones. But here’s something different, this short story is a beautiful and thoughtful story not just for adults, but for kids as well.
Check out this latest news on my upcoming novel Thought Seeker, the sequel to my first novel Blood Hunger.
Having trouble deciding on what to read next? Well check out what’s on my reading list, why I’m interested and what they are about.
Review: Magnificent Storms are Brewing in ‘Horizon Storms’ (The Saga of Seven Suns, #3) – Emertainment Monthly
A space opera for the ages, “Horizon Storms” is the third novel in science fiction series, The Saga of Seven Suns. In this story, humans are trying to hold their own in a war that is bigger than they are.
So many great shows are cancelled by networks due to low ratings. But some of them don’t get the solid closing that they deserve leaving viewers to come to grips with the great cliffhangers these shows offer us. But some shows get a comic book series continuation, shows like Firefly and Charmed for example. Here are five shows that were great as far as writing, special effects and casting that deserve a comic book continuation.
he Age of Adaline is simply lovely. Blake Lively is not only incredibly beautiful, but her acting ability, her ability to be both playful and mature at the same time. She acts older than her years, which is exactly the type of charisma this part requires. Lively also has the ability to keep the fear and loneliness very evident to the audience while keeping it her dark secret to the characters within the film.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is a worthy sequel to The Avengers film. These heroes must pull together and face their deepest darkest inner demons to fight together against Ulton, the peacekeeping program created by Ironman that has gone haywire and seeks their destruction. Quite simply an amazing sequel to one of the biggest franchises out there.
A heartwrenching debut by Stephanie Oakes as she rewrites an Grimm fairy tale filled with passion and heartbreak in this tale of a girl who loses her family, her identity, her hope and her hands.
Now that the hit ABC show Revenge has ended how are fans supposed to get their fix. Here’s a simple and intoxicating answer: read Daughte of Deep Silence by Carrie Ryan. Fans are going to love this novel and even those who aren’t fans will as well. With a thoughtful and carefully thought out story with an interesting narrative, this novel will push readers to the edge of their seat.