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Graphic Novel Review: ‘Magic of Myths’ by Brotherson & Calvet

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What is real, and what do you want to be real? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Demeter Code’ by Russell Brooks

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

Interview: Andrew Cratsley, Author of ‘Keepers of Runes and the Tower of Shadows’

"Success is measured by the amount of happiness you feel, not the amount of money you make."

"Although not every day is fruitful; I look forward to seeing what my efforts produce." Read More »

Comic Book Review: ‘Rob Hanes Adventures’ by Randy Raynaldo

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Randy Reynaldo creates an international spy we can all admire. Read More »

Interview: Julian Rosado-Machain, Author of ‘Guardians Inc.: The Cypher’

The Cypher has been downloaded 150,000 times on Amazon.

"I think I speak for all writers when I say that we love seeing reviews…(well, most writers I guess…)" Read More »

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

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

Interview with Annie Tipton, author of ‘Diary of a Real Payne: Church Camp Chaos’

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" I am simply a kid at heart!" 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 »

The Jedi Mind Tricks of ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

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May the Force be with you. Always. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Lord of the Flies’ (1963), The Criterion Collection – Kids Can Be So Cruel

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There’s a saying in the film industry that suggests one never work with animals or children due to their inability to act on cue. Or act, period, for that matter. In 1961, British director Peter Brook threw all caution to the wind and decided to film an adaptation of William Golding’s 1954 novel Lord of the Flies with a cast ... Read More »