“Elevation” by Stephen King

            Sometimes I feel like Annie Wilkes from Stephen King’s Misery. In reality, I am most likely not Stephen King’s biggest fan, but I imagine I rank pretty high in a group of millions. My hard copy of his latest, Elevation arrived in the mail last Friday. I happened to have a book by two more of my ‘favorite’ authors and was faced with the … Continue reading “Elevation” by Stephen King

AMBERGRIS: An Electric Eclectic Book By Rush Leaming

  Uncertain what to expect when I picked up AMBERGRIS: An Electric Eclectic Book by Rush Leaming, I was quickly drawn into the story. Beautifully written, I and was carried along with Daniel Alexander Cavanaugh Turbeville as he leaves behind a sheltered life and steps into a world of wonder. At twenty-two years old it is apparent Danny is about to embark on the journey … Continue reading AMBERGRIS: An Electric Eclectic Book By Rush Leaming

Strange Weather: Four Short Novels By: Joe Hill

  I have a new favorite author. Oddly enough, he’s the son of my former favorite author. Joe Hill, son of Stephen King, has surpassed his father in the brilliant writer department. Make no mistake, Hill’s genre is also horror/thriller/suspense. He attacks his stories with fresh eyes and contemporary views, drawing on the present-day world to engage his readers.   Strange Weather: Four Short Novels, … Continue reading Strange Weather: Four Short Novels By: Joe Hill

“Sleeping Beauties” by Stephen King & Owen King

  I confess I was skeptical when I saw my favorite author, Stephen King, had paired up with his son, Owen King, to write a book. I wondered if their writing would be similar, would they complement one another? I wasn’t prepared for the compelling story they provided; part fantasy, part science fiction, all thriller. As with many of the elder King’s books, there is … Continue reading “Sleeping Beauties” by Stephen King & Owen King