“Killer Cruise” by Marilyn Baron

  As an avid cruiser, I couldn’t resist reading a book with the delightful title Killer Cruise. Add to that, it was written by author Marilyn Baron, one of my favorite writers, and it was almost pre-destined I would dive into the story.   This was my introduction to the psychic detectives of the “psychic crystal” series. Jack Hale, a former Atlanta police detective, and … Continue reading “Killer Cruise” by Marilyn Baron

Great Halloween Reads

I confess, Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love the costumes, the decorations, the imagination, and the silliness of pumpkin decorating, haunted houses, corn mazes, and treats salty and sweet. It’s a time to enjoy fantasy, being scared, spooky stories, bonfires, and parties. There are books, by both indie writers and writers that have publishing houses behind them, that I turn to during the Halloween … Continue reading Great Halloween Reads

Emely’s Destiny

  Emely’s Destiny By Ariel Marie Cover by Ariel Marie Release Date: August 20, 2016   Book Blurb: Norrix Buchner’s loyalty knew no boundaries. As a king’s guard and one of the deadliest vampires, he was sworn to remain true to his king. In the absence of his king, he led the king’s guard in protecting and providing a safe refuge for displaced vampires. Now … Continue reading Emely’s Destiny

Shifting in The Realms (The Twin Cities Series Book 1) By Theresa Snyder

In her young adult novella, Shifting in the Realms, Theresa Snyder created a “realm” or alternate dimension where paranormal beings exist. Vampires, shapeshifters, and an assortment of other mythical creatures live together in less than harmony. Setting this hidden location somewhere between the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul the area is called The Realms by its inhabitants. The primary protagonist is a teenage … Continue reading Shifting in The Realms (The Twin Cities Series Book 1) By Theresa Snyder

“Bram Stoker’s Dracula” a Francis Ford Coppola Film

 I have quite a few movies I consider my favorites; “To Kill a Mockingbird”, “The Untouchables”, “JFK”, “Legends of the Fall”, “Tombstone”, “A River Runs Through It”,and “Last of the Mohicans”, to  name a few. High on the list is Francis Ford Coppola’s take on “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”. Far from being a horror movie this has always struck me as a tragic love story. I … Continue reading “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” a Francis Ford Coppola Film