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Movie Review: George Miller’s Spectacular ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’


George Miller makes a triumphant return to the genre he created. Read More »

Interview: Laura Liddell Nolen, Author of ‘The Ark’

"I’m after any reader with a sense of adventure."

"To this day, I can’t actually believe it when people tell me they read my book and enjoyed it." Read More »

Interview: Jake Myler, Co-creator of the Graphic Novel ‘Orphan Blade’


Oni has published a unique graphic novel in 'Orphan Blade' whose unique elements argue for adopting it on your bookshelf. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Demeter Code’ by Russell Brooks


Constant rumors and theories keep the world on edge with thoughts of pandemic horrors that could destroy everything as we know it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Real Murder, A Lovers in Crime Mystery’ by Lauren Carr

Real murder

The secrets of the past can often intrude on the present in unexpected ways. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Ring & The Crown’ by Melissa De La Cruz


Should love be considered above all else. When the lives of many are at stake, responsibility and strength of will may overstep the theory that love is all it takes. Read More »

Interview: Francesca Pelaccia, Author of ‘The Witch’s Salvation’


"Of course, there is a theme, but the theme is never what authors of genre aim for with their novels." Read More »

Interview: Michael Goffinet, Author of ‘They Call Me Superman’

They Call Me Superman 7

"There are no hidden messages in the book, just a lot of action, suspense, and humor." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘3 Days to Kill’


There’s a clue that you’re watching a Luc Besson film. It comes in the form of a bazooka showing up in the first 10 minutes. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Bethlehem’

Razi (Tsahi Halevi) speaking on the phone with Sanfur after his brother's death in the film Bethlehem.

Bethlehem is a gripping thriller adventure about a unique relationship between a Palestinian youth and Israeli agent that holds dangerous consequences for both. Read More »