Month: February 2020

2020 Book Review: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

This novel written by Sylvia Plath is obviously a story inspired by her own life without being a direct autobiography the parallels are clear if you know of Plath’s life. There is a saying for a writer to write what they know, knowing what I do about Plath this is

2020 Book Review: Jesus and Buddha: The Parallel Sayings by Marcus Borg

I am drawn to religious books. I know this must surprise many, but those close to me aren’t surprised. I’ve been studying religious topics since I was young. I’ve spoken in the past about being allowed by my parents to find my own path spiritually. I’ve also thanked them for this. It

Little Lunacies Has Released!

In the immaterial depths lies a layer of darkness. In this absence of light, voices bellow. Crying out their stories and begging for acknowledgment of someone… anyone. For some, they have been given a breath of life over the years, for others they’re just now being released. For the first

2020 Book Review: The Picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde

From the reference of Dorian Grey in books, movies, and television show it’s hard to meet someone these days who doesn’t know about the character, but not many have read the actual story. I have, thankfully. It is a dark tale, in my opinion. With the main character, Dorian, a

On Writing: Little Lunacies (In-depth Story Reveals)

This collection, as previously mentioned in yesterday’s post, was a labor of love. This is the only way to read the short stories I wrote for the serial anthologies once published by Burning Willow Press called Crossroads in the Dark. Each of the books included in that series had a

2020 Book Review: The Serpent and the Rainbow by Wade Davis

I’ve never been able to finish the movie version of this book. I wanted to and knew about it before I knew it was a book, but for whatever reason I just couldn’t make it through. The book I’ve read several times and recommended it several times to people wanting

Little Lunacies: Update, Paperback Reveal, Interior Format Reveal and Sneak Peeks

Update Information: February 14th, 2020, this collection of short stories is releasing; in digital and paperback editions from Dark Books Press. Every story included was a labor of love. Many stories included have pushed me into genres I hadn’t written before and I’m proud that I have been able to stretch my

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