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Book Review: ‘Doctor Sleep’ by Stephen King

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A daring sequel to one of King's best-known novels follows young Danny Torrance into adulthood. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’ by Neil Gaiman

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Contains lots of magic, a few monsters, and death. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Possible Life’ by Sebastian Faulks

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A novel by any other name may still be sweet. Read More »

An Interview with Melissa Kline, Author of ‘Storm’

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A compelling, coming-of-age story that addresses many issues most teens face in today's world. Read More »

Interview with Graphic Novelist Royden Lepp

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Rust has been acquired by Fox Studios for a major film adaptation with 'Attack the Block' director Joe Cornish signed on as director. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pacific Rim’ Movie Novelization by Alex Irvine

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Books from movies don't always come out well - this one does. Read More »

Audiobook Review: ‘Dark Eden’ by Chris Beckett

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An excellent study in human nature and the darker side of human instincts and drives. Read More »

Interview with Shamron Moore, Author of ‘Hollywood Strip’

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"Muses can be such tough divas to work with and I hate uncooperativeness!" Read More »

Book Review: ‘Man of Steel’ Movie Novelization by Greg Cox

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Like most novelizations of films, if you didn't like the movie in the theater, you're not going to like it as a book. Read More »

Spotlight with Debut Author L.R.W. Lee of the Andy Smithson Series

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Since the age of eight, L.R.W. Lee knew she wanted to write a book. Fortunately or unfortunately, she felt she needed something significant to say first. She sought to contribute to others in a way that could change their lives. “My older brother and I were encouraged to use our imaginations to entertain ourselves. And use them we did – ... Read More »