Here’s the front and back covers of issue #3 of Skelos, a print magazine of weird fiction and fantasy. I’m proud to say I have work here–though my contribution is a mere book review article. But this one is chocked full of a wide range of fiction, poetry and nonfiction from such respected and award winning […]Read more "Skelos 3: Now available from Amazon Books!"
Another evening of hot coffee (tonight is Dunkin Donuts regular blend), various hot teas, hot cocoa, etc. First DVD movie tonight is Sinister (one I’ve never seen, so have to check it out). Tonight’s internet connection comes courtesy the portable wi-fi thingie brought by the bright yellow rabbit currently seated at the bar (yes, Amber came in […]Read more "COFFEEHOUSE NIGHTS: 5 October 2017"
A Game of Ghosts by John Connolly (Supernatural Thriller, 2017). This novel, the latest in along line of books centered around a private detective named Charlie Parker, expertly blends multiple genres to very pleasing effect. Parker sees ghosts (including that of his first daughter) and regularly has to deal with other supernatural threats. Meanwhile, he’s […]Read more "REVIEWED: A Game of Ghosts"
Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris (Supernatural Horror Novel, 2009). Yep, picked up another one. Reading these in no particular order (but I’m weird and bounce around so much between genres/favorite authors, etc.). This one is the 9th novel in the Sookie Stackhouse series (basis for the True Blood TV series) with human telepath and fun lead character […]Read more "REVIEWED: Dead and Gone"
Ghost Monster by Simon Clark (Supernatural Horror Novel, 2009). A so-so horror tale from a British writer who’s done much better at other times. Set in a small town on the English coast, it has an isolated and frankly somewhat old-fashioned feel, despite it having been written less than a decade ago and (with the exception […]Read more "REVIEWED: Ghost Monster"
Island of Glass by Nora Roberts (Fantasy Novel, 2016). It’s hard to keep up with the enormously prolific and overwhelmingly popular Nora Roberts. This one is the concluding book in The Guardians Trilogy. I missed the first two volumes while sampling several of other books (including the crime stories she writes as JD Robb). But as […]Read more "REVIEWED: Island of Glass"
Dead and Breakfast by Kate Kingsbury (cozy mystery novel, 2017). For once, I pick up the FIRST in a new series of mystery novels! Kingsbury, of course, is a veteran and highly successful writer with a bunch of popular series to her credit. But this one is the initial offering set in the Merry Ghost Inn. […]Read more "REVIEWED: Dead and Breakfast"