Do you remember the 1st time you read a book like Animal Farm or 1984 where you got wrapped up entirely in the story and then about halfway through you were hit with just how big the real-world under-current in the story is? That’s how I felt reading, […]
You know what’s a terrible idea? Reviewing the 2nd book in a series when you haven’t read book 1 and 1.5. You get all the recap spoilers and jump into the drama mid-story. I don’t recommend it. This is exactly what happened when I went to read “Scepter […]
Now that I’ve been self isolating for… *checks the calendar*… 40 days, how I experience films has changed. So when I watched this short zombie film by Les films Guacamole the whole tone was interesting because I felt my mind shift half-way through from pre-covid thoughts to post-covid thoughts.
About the Crimson Inkwell The Crimson Inkwell, written by Kenneth A. Baldwin is about Luella Winthrop, a female journalist in the Victorian era who starts chasing stories to save her newspaper only to end up following a dangerous path. In this world of Gaslamp Fantasy women were not […]
It’s been a while since my last book review on this site, but when I saw this collection come through my inbox I couldn’t resist. 7 romance authors, several of the paranormal romance variety (my fav!) Collaborating on a collection of stories all tied around a mysterious English […]
A short film that is visually beautiful and sharply brutal in equal measures.
Hey guys! Something new and exciting today. Brian from SerialKillerShop.com asked me if I would be interested in doing a product review of his t-shirts. After checking out his site I said “hell yeah!” And, being so enormously excited about it, I ended up making a video: […]
Jeanette Andromeda here- elbowing Immortal Alexander aside from the keyboard for a moment. I wanted to tell you about this delightfully creepy thing we saw last week. A few questions for you 1st though… Do you delight in hearing horror stories that walk the line between terrifying and […]
Since I’m still playing catch-up with life. (There are now two weddings, a baptism, a big-awesomesauce-super-secret-illustration-project, another gallery show and oh yeah- ALL of October to account for now). I wanted to talk to about what normal lives here on Thursdays, book reviews. So, I’ve gotten pretty fast at […]
All this week my pattern has been, wake up, write a blog post, and then go down to the art gallery to sculpt. I’m working on 4′ tall frog playing a guitar, btw. Noting really scary about it. Unless you have a phobia of frogs… or foam… But the […]