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Book Review: The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice

The new novel from the acclaimed author. She moves on from vampires and witches into the land of the werewolf, but with limited success. Read More »

Audiobook Review: The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice, Ron McLarty (Reader)

Anne Rice is back, but where does she turn for her next story line? It's werewolves... but not as we thought they were. Read More »

Emerson and Thoreau Lost in the Twilight of the 21st Century

You can kill a vampire with a stake through the heart but you can't kill the ghosts of literary zombies. Read More »

Book Review: Antiquitas Lost: The Last of the Shamalans by Robert Louis Smith

The author has channeled Anne Rice’s unassuming writing style and pacing while borrowing themes... Read More »

Book Review: Of Love and Evil: The Songs of the Seraphim Book Two by Anne Rice

Anne Rice’s Of Love and Evil is no substitute for a really good Anne Rice story. Read More »

Honoring Aaliyah on the 10th Anniversary of Her Untimely Death

Remembering singer & actress Aaliyah 10 years later. Read More »

Book Review: The Vampire Archives: The Most Complete Volume of Vampire Tales Ever Published Edited by Otto Penzler

A fantastic tome for readers to sink their teeth, or fangs, into. Read More »

Book Review: Christ The Lord: The Road To Cana by Anne Rice

The book left me intrigued, thinking how the author saw Jesus' life and trying to meld those images with the knowledge and perceptions already held. Read More »