Tag Archives: paranormal

Ironing Out the Wrinkles in a Plot

In some ways publishing Fried Windows in May of last year created a few paradoxes for the main character Brent. WARNING: If you haven’t read the book, you might want to before continuing on. I’m about to reveal some things about … Continue reading

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Book Review – Knights of the Shield by Jeff Messick

Cop shows on TV used to fascinate me as a kid. I loved Hawaii Five-O and Kojak. I still have a soft spot for them although these days I tend to watch things like Castle and Bones. And lately I’ve … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The Unbounded Series by Teyla Branton

There are at least two ways to write a series and variations on each. The author must decide whether to write each book as a stand-alone or write the entire series in draft and then work on finishing each book … Continue reading

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Review of Teyla Branton’s The Escape, Book 3 of The Unbounded Series

The Escape is the third book of the Unbounded Series by Teyla Branton. If you aren’t familiar with the series, here’s a brief overview. Erin is Unbounded meaning she is quasi-immortal. Like other Unbounded she was born like every other … Continue reading

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My Goodreads Review of Crimson Forest by Christine Gabriel

Crimson Forest by Christine Gabriel My rating: 5 of 5 stars The small town of Buffalo, Wisconsin, population 650-something, is noteworthy for one thing, its Crimson Forest. A major attraction to hunters during the season legend has it that mysterious … Continue reading

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Review For Christine Gabriel’s Crimson Forest

The small town of Buffalo, Wisconsin, population 650-something, is noteworthy for one thing, its Crimson Forest. A major attraction to hunters during the season legend has it that mysterious creatures prowl the forest looking for unsuspecting victims, something supported by … Continue reading

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Review Of The Change by Teyla Branton

Teyla Branton’s The Change is book one of The Unbounded series, a fresh take on paranormal adventure. The series currently comprising four volumes, the most recent publishing earlier this summer (2014). As the introduction to the extended tale, The Change … Continue reading

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Cailin by Rosalind Scarlett Is Atypical of the Genre

Back in the day, a left-handed misfit is something no mother wants in a child least of all a father. Perhaps left-handedness is more accepted these days. A lot of creative people are left-handed, maybe because they are in their … Continue reading

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