Exclusive Talking Cat Interview

As many of you know, we are currently in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign raising support to publish the next two books of the Love, Lies, and Hocus Pocus book series. Today, I have the honor of introducing our very special guest, Sir Edgar Allan Kipling, who has agreed to an exclusive interview to highlight and promote this campaign. Behold a portrait of this most illustrious of felines (his words, not mine).


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Mockingjay Part 2: War and WHY


Last night I saw Mockingjay Part 2, the last in the Hunger Games series about Katniss Everdeen and her fight against the Capitol to bring freedom to Panem. I am pleased to say that, in all major respects, the last movie is faithful to the book.

There are, however, some minor changes that made the story more palatable to a wider audience and less traumatizing. While I understand why the movie makers would implement such changes for marketability, I think it takes away from Suzanne…

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Book Review: Kings or Pawns by J. J. Sherwood

Well butter me up and call me a biscuit…paint me green and call me a cucumber…knock me down and steal my teeth! That’s all I can think to say after finishing JJ Sherwood’s first novel. And that’s how I feel too! Like I’ve been knocked down and had my teeth stolen…or my heart stolen…by JJ Sherwood’s story. There were seriously times when I put down the book and cussed like a sailor because of her gloriously painful plot twists (painful like when Sirius died in the…

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Book Review: The Completely Inappropriate Tales of Gandersnitch the Goblin by Robert A. Turk

I must start this review with the first line on the back cover: “DO NOT READ THIS BOOK…if” which is followed by a long list of people better off not reading this story, namely those driving a motorized vehicle, people easily offended, or younger sprouts who have not yet reached puberty.

The amusing blurb on the back of “The Completely Inappropriate Tales of Gandersnitch the Goblin” by Robert A. Turk was only my first taste of the entertainment I would find within. It contains…

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Book Review: Cosmos the Stellar Stalker by Ronald R. Van Stockum Jr.


When I took it upon myself to read Ronald R. Van Stockum Jr.’s 2nd and latest novel “Cosmos the Stellar Stalker”, I had no idea the ride I was in for. This is a book unlike any other I have ever read. It mixes the fantasy of magical realism with real-life scientific and creates a believable parallel universe in which exists our humble city of Louisville, KY, threatened by the devouring hunger of a great and ancient being.

I was delighted and surprised throughout the book….

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