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  • Book Review: The Black Ledger by D.G. Allen

    This well-written debut novel takes bits and pieces of several different literary genres and mixes them up into a category that defies description.  The book, which is written in the first person, initially starts out like a contemporary family drama, then changes to a gritty crime thriller and finishes up as a murder mystery.  Your road on […]

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  • Comic Review: The Upyri Universe

    Upyri (you-pie-ree) Omnibus is a graphic novel that features the first three titles of the Upyri universe. In this universe the supernatural run rampant. This series focuses on vampires and all the mortal perils they face. The three titles in the omnibus are unique and offer different perspectives on what it really means to live […]

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  • Review: Dungeons & Dragons Frost Giant’s Fury #1

    The Baldur’s Gate heroes are back, though they’re battered and bruised. DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: FROST GIANT’S FURY#1 continues our heroes’ story at The Spine of the World, a treacherous mountain range where ice and snow reign–along with dragons, ogres, and giants. This comic was an enjoyable read, and writer Jim Zub did an excellent job […]

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  • Book Review: Mixing It Up by Tracie Banister

    Mixing It Up is Tracie’s fourth novel, and as with her previous three she introduces us to a completely wonderful protagonist who has flaws, makes mistakes and missteps and ultimately succeeds – even though her goal changes once or twice along the way. Cecily Sinclair has it all… at least on the surface.  She is a […]

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  • Book Review: London Belongs to Me by Jacquelyn Middleton

    Jacquelyn Middleton’s book London Belongs to Me opens with a young American aspiring playwright, Alex Sinclair, arriving in London fresh from graduating college. Her luggage, however, does not arrive, and things just keep going downhill for poor Anglophile Alex. Though she loves London’s culture and history, her initial flatmates are not the best of friends, and […]

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