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Book Review: ‘A Reunion of Ghosts’, The Portrait of a Complicated Family by Judith Claire Mitchell

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The Alter sisters, Lady, Vee and Delph are truly and eclectic mix of strange, interesting and absurd. They live together now in their families apartment. Bad luck seems to follow them the same as that of their lineage, and yet they know that no matter what happens they have each other. Their sense of humor is intact and they use it to keep themselves and each other entertained. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Alchemist’s Daughter: A Bianca Goddard Mystery’ by Mary Lawrence

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If you enjoy history and mystery with fun and romance, as well as a creep appeal you will find The Alchemist's Daughter a truly amazing addition to your library. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Jack of Souls’ – An Epic Fantasy by Stephen C. Merlino

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Harric is now faced with a magic that could break his curse, one that is forbidden. Can he stay focused and not fall into the temptation, for that way too leads to danger and possible death. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Noise,’ A Story of Vengeance by Brett Garcia Rose

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When Leon's sister disappears and he receives a suicide note, he is devastated and tries to overcome his pain. Years later, he is thrust back into the fray when he gets a postcard in her handwriting. Read More »

Interview: Daniela I. Norris, Author of ‘Collecting Feathers: Tales from the Other Side’

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"I was intrigued and pushed to find out more about death and what lies beyond following the sudden death of my 20-year-old brother, Michael, in a freak drowning accident in 2010." Read More »

‘Sorry for Your Loss’ – On the Death of an Estranged Brother

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How do you cope with the loss of an estranged sibling, and the outpourings of sympathy from well-intentioned friends? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Maze Runner’ by James Dashner

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Can the youth of today help to save the future of tomorrow? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Entwined’ by Heather Dixon

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Is the memory of love enough to keep a Kingdom from falling into darkness from a mistake made long ago? Read More »

Flash Fiction: ‘The Five Stages’

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Why did Daniel insist on coming down here today? She wasn’t ready. They hadn’t set foot in the place in months. She wasn’t interested…in anything. Sheila shook her bangs out of her eyes and pushed open the oversized, wooden door. It creaked a little, stiff from disuse. She reached for the light switch to her right and felt the soft, ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Heiresses’ by Sara Shepard

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Money is no protection when someone or something is out to make sure you and your family are dead. Read More »