The Orphan of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox Review

A young woman born with a unique gift to commune with the dead finds herself in the middle of a dastardly plot involving grave robberies and murder in author Hester Fox’s “The Orphan of Cemetery Hill”.

What the Wind Brings by Matthew Hughes Review

Three individuals in the sixteenth century find themselves brought together after a shipwreck brings escaped African slaves together with local indigenous people on coastal Ecuador to face the Spanish and become an independent state in author Matthew Hughes historical fiction novel, “What the Wind Brings”.

Interview with Author Vali Benson

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I grew up in the Midwest, an imaginative but rather solitary child and from the time I could write, I did. Much of it was nonsense but I didn’t care. Later I wrote stories and articles. After college, life happened (as […]

LeRoux Manor by Liz Butcher Review

A young woman forced to move to a small English town after inheriting a massive manor from her deceased Uncle finds herself digging into the history of her family’s manor, and discovers a web of dark secrets that tie into her own past, present and future in author Liz Butcher’s “LeRoux Manor”.

Disorder by Israfel Sivad Review

A truly unique memoir tells the story of a young writer who struggled with addiction and mental health, and found a way to overcome it all through love in author Israfel Sivad’s “Disorder”.

Weekly Comic Book Roundup #13

Justice League Dark, Volume 1: The Last Age of Magic (Justice League Dark (2018) #1) by James Tynion IV, Alvaro Martinez (Illustrations), Daniel Sampere (Illustrations) The Synopsis The new Justice League Dark is here! Led by Wonder Woman this team of Zatanna, Swamp Thing, Man-Bat and Detective Chimp (?) must bring the fight against all supernatural foes too big for […]