Dec31

The last blog post of 2015

As I was putting the finishing touches on my edit, I realized that I didn’t have a blog post ready for the end of 2015! This year has been a good year for me. I love my job, have a good rapport with my co-workers, finally finished writing The... 

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Nov12

Intensity by Dean Koontz – Book Review

Intensity by Dean Koontz has a great premise. A woman is hiding under a bed, she sees blood drip in front of black boots. A man she doesn’t know is walking around her room, searching for more victims. The family she’s visiting has already been murdered. Sounds like this... 

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Oct22

Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (Book Review)

Where do I start with this graphic novel?   Let’s just say yes, this is a masterpiece and yes, I loved and hated reading it. Watchmen is a master class in storytelling. From brilliant use of foreshadowing to memorable characters and plot moments, this comic book/graphic novel is absolutely... 

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Oct08

Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed – Book Review

Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed is a different and refreshing take on fantasy that replaces European castles and elves with Middle Eastern palaces and people born with the ability to transform into magical beasts.   The story centers around Doctor Adoulla Makhslood, a hunter of a... 

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Oct01

Beasthood by A.Z. Green (Book Review)

Beasthood by A.Z. Green can be best summarized like this:   “Stockholm syndrome with werewolves.”   There’s only one, big, HUGE problem.   The werewolves never f-ing show up!   Beasthood by A.Z. Green is the perfect, quintessential example of a bait and switch. The premise of this book... 

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