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Interview with Mike Phillips, author of ‘Hazard of Shadows’


Interview with Mike Phillips author of "Hazard of Shadows": "Success comes every day with a well written paragraph, a good joke, a snappy comeback, or a villain getting his or her just deserts." Read More »

Interview with Jane Tesh, author of ‘Butterfly Waltz’


Interview with Jane Tesh, author of "Butterfly Waltz": "The creative process is something that I can’t resist or understand. I can’t explain where my characters come from. They are imaginary friends who never left me." Read More »

Book Review: ‘William The Conqueror vs. King Harold’ by Jesse Lee Vint


"William The Conqueror Vs King Harlod" is a fun read for anyone who enjoys Medieval history or fantasy. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Kasmah Forma’ by S. Vagus


"Kasmah Forma" is a truly unique fantasy novel that kept me inspired from the first page to the last. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Hidden and the Maiden’ by Eben Mishkin


"The Hidden and The Maiden" is like a haunted house roller coaster ride; full of excitement and thrills. Read More »

Interview: Amy Impellizzeri, Author of the Romance / Time Travel Novel ‘Lemongrass Hope’

Amy Impellizzeri

When I started writing 'Lemongrass Hope,' I didn’t set out to write a book. The writing process is so different because now, I have set out to write a book. And for good or for bad, that is a totally different process than just sort of exploring an idea. Read More »

San Antonio Film Festival Movie Reviews: Short Films (Part One)

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Up-and-coming filmmakers from all over the world get a chance to shine in the short film category at the San Antonio Film Festival. Read More »

Interview with Christopher Nuttall, Author of ‘Trial By Fire’

Trial by Fire is book 7 in the Schooled by Magic series, more than a 100K copies sold.

Christopher Nuttall is the author of 20 novels from various publishers and thirty-nine self-published novels. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Witches Protection Program’ by Michael Phillip Cash


Author Michael Phillip Cash uses humor, suspense, and action packed scenes to keep readers engaged and turning the pages. Read More »

Interview: Terry Jackman, Author of ‘Ashamet, Desert-Born’


"For me, the most boring books are those that tick boxes and slavishly follow an initial outline. I think a good story is often organic. . ." Read More »