Across the Pond : Review of Hathor Diaries

Based very loosely on the the Danger Days universe from My Chemical Romance's album of 2010 Ren has taken the idea and created a slew of exciting characters and engrossing storyline. Her unique style and creative imagination has given us a fresh and thought-provoking tale. Amber is a runner, orphaned, alone and trying to survive... Continue Reading →

Across the Pond : Vampire Ball #3

Every time I read about the fun people have at Starfury Conventions I get even more excited about my first con next year - Serenity Falls. This latest one was the third annual Vampire Ball with guests from Buffy, Angel and True Blood. It seems the guests are as up for fun as the attendees.... Continue Reading →

Across the Pond : bright/night

I asked on Twitter for a writing prompt the other day and my good friend and great writer @SarahJaneLehoux responded with a first line. This is the beginnings of a story that somehow my brain won't continue - yet.  It was a dark and stormy night, except that it was daytime and sunny. Rolfe jumped... Continue Reading →

Across the Pond : RATS!

Lurking around Google+ a few weeks ago, I saw a plea for help from Uri Kurlianchik. He wanted voiceovers for a video to promote the fundraising for his RPG game. My daughter got involved and I thought you guys would like to see what Uri is planning. RATS! is a satiric role playing game chronicling the... Continue Reading →

Across the Pond : Review of Hexcommunicated

I’ve been reading and reviewing outside of my “comfort-zone” lately and, with "Hexcommunicated", I find myself yet again jealous of the wealth of different ideas out there that deserve recognition. Agent Tepes is a Hex agent, a Forced Amplified Entity in service to his country. Yet when he discovers a dangerous threat he finds himself... Continue Reading →

Across the Pond: Review of Exhumed

Exhumed is the fourth book in the "Demons of Oblivion" series by Skyla Dawn Cameron. Read an overview of the first three here. Each of the first three books are told from a different character’s perspective. The first introduced us to Zara Lain, a sassy vampire assassin. She had a job to do, and her... Continue Reading →

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