28 DoBR: Malleus Maleficarum, Or: The Hammer of Witches by Heinrich Godfrey Kramer

I wanted this book because of its significance to history. It happens, not much, but at times I'll purposely want a book for the historical significance, but consider it dangerous as well. This book was one of those books I wanted, but also struggled to find. I searched for years until it literally dropped in … Continue reading 28 DoBR: Malleus Maleficarum, Or: The Hammer of Witches by Heinrich Godfrey Kramer

28 DoBR: The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime by Judith Flanders

I was already aware of Victorian post-mortem photography. I was also aware of how dangerous Victorian homes could be, thanks to the internet and its many television shows, but I wasn't aware of many cases. I had already read Portrait of a Killer by Patricia Cornwell, so the synopsis mentioning this author helped me make … Continue reading 28 DoBR: The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime by Judith Flanders

28 DoBR: Interview with the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles, Book 1) by Anne Rice

This book is one of the most important books, to me, I own. I know it's a beloved book in many households. Just about everyone I've ever talked to has read it and/or have seen the movie created of the same title. Interview with the Vampire came into my life when I was pretty young, … Continue reading 28 DoBR: Interview with the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles, Book 1) by Anne Rice

28 DoBR: Fallen Angels, the Watchers, and the Origins of Evil by Joseph Lumpkin

Another one of those buys that I knew, or hoped, I could add to my other many research books. I love the idea of fallen angels, no I'm not a demon worshipper or devil worshipper, I'm fascinated by what happened in the great fall. It even became part of the story in my own written … Continue reading 28 DoBR: Fallen Angels, the Watchers, and the Origins of Evil by Joseph Lumpkin

The Word: Frankly, I’m Puzzled By Jeffrey G. Roberts (satire)

Writers seldom write the things they think. They simply write the things they think other folks think they think. So this is my two cents; one man’s opinion – I think. Being a writer, I’ve noticed a popular sentiment, usually put forth by editors & publishers (interestingly enough, not so much by writers) that being … Continue reading The Word: Frankly, I’m Puzzled By Jeffrey G. Roberts (satire)