A Charitable Book Offer: Echoes by J. Lavelle

All proceeds from this book sale will go to the charity group Feed the Movement, a Charlotte, NC based “small group of individuals based in Charlotte who provide hot meals, snacks, and drinks to all our people fighting for justice.” You can find them on Facebook at Feed the Movement

2020 Book Review: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving

This is a very short story, less than thirty pages. It’s a quick read and recommended for those with some time to spare. The version I read is just the short story, I have discovered there is a version with the same title that has multiple short stories in it

2020 Book Review: The Sleeping Prophet by Jess Stearn

This is one of the several biographies on Edgar Cayce you can find on the market. I read this a few years back. I became interested in Mr. Cayce after watching a documentary about him. This may not be a book for everyone, it’s a biography and deals with psychic

2020 Book Review: Moby Dick by Herman Melville

I don’t think I’m alone when I say I avoided reading this book for a long time because of the sheer size of it. I read this book later in high school, but paused to only finish it years later during my college years. It wasn’t any type of assigned

2020 Book Review: THE DUNWICH HORROR BY H.P. LOVECRAFT

Originally, I had wrote this long beautiful review of this story, but accidentally saved over it. I will try to recreate that review to the best of my knowledge and a new cup of coffee to help me refocus myself. Now, let’s get to the review. I have read many

[Brief Words] Interview of Ramona Mainstrom

Ramona Mainstrom is one fantastic writer covering several genres and bringing forward a multitude of books. This interesting author gave me some of her time earlier this year. I gathered a list of questions and she was kind enough to answer them, below is the interaction. This is not a

2020 Book Review: Visits from the Afterlife by Sylvia Browne

This is one of the books I can see you can go into reading different ways. If you were a staunch believer in her gifts as a psychic you will could read this in a spiritual self-help way, but if you’re reading for entertainment purpose and see this as just

2020 Book Review: The Diaries of Adam and Eve by Mark Twain

I found this book an interesting interpretation of the lives of Adam and Eve, the Biblical first humans ever created. I have heard it was meant to be considered humorous, but it wasn’t as funny as other books I’ve read have been, so in comparison to some of the works

[Brief Words] Interview of Samantha LaFantasie

I’ve credited this author in the past with helping me along my own career. Teaching me things that I should’ve known, but wasn’t aware. For example, until she got a hold of my own book, Maxwell Demon, I had no idea I was writing in the horror genre because the

[Brief Words] Interview of John G. Hartness

John Hartness is an award-winning author and publisher. As a brilliant and hard-working man I was surprised that he found the time to indulge my questions, but he did! This Fallstaff Books publisher has not only answered my questions, but gave me an inner look into his company and his

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