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Post BEA via Video

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Peculiar Children are the best kind

With the film in production and a soon to come cover reveal on the forthcoming third book, I felt I needed to truly finally get my thoughts around Ransom Riggs‘ series from my mind to the page. To explain something … Continue reading

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The Lies We Tell Ourselves (Little Black Lies review)

Psychiatry has long be a part of some of my favorite TV shows and sometimes they’ve coincided with murder mysteries. From Private Pr active to more recently Perception, the secrets hidden in the brain that have been studied by the practices … Continue reading

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The Secrets of the Empire are Now YOURS to have (Star Wars Empire that is)

From a galaxy far, far away, Lucasfilm announces discovery of the IMPERIAL HANDBOOK, filled with secret intelligence for the Commanders of the Imperial Military   New York, NY:  October 6, 2014: This fall, just in time for the holiday season, Lucasfilm™ announces … Continue reading

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Get Lost with Adi Alsaid (You’ll be glad you did)

At the end of July 2014, Adi Alsaid‘s first mass market novel for teens, LET’S GET LOST, hit shelves.  I was first introduced to Adi at Book Expo America a few years ago when randomly at a panel he sat … Continue reading

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To Boldy Review where no Date has Reviewed

I have not truly amazingly had the luck to actually date many fellow nerds in my life. This isn’t to say I haven’t dated, jut I haven’t dated many nerds. The people who I consider my own. The comic fans, … Continue reading

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From Drawing to Creature to Department

The YA book THE CREATURE DEPARTMENT is full of fun, excitement, suspense, humor, yummy food, corporate espionage, memories, and lovable folks. The writer Robert Paul Weston really created something absolutely wonderful in prose. A whole new “universe” that is full … Continue reading

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“Most Belated Review of Whipple EVER”

Doing something extra ordinary which one gets acknowledged for does not always happen. Getting acknowledged for feats that belong in a world record book? That happens even less frequently, but it does. Yet, it’s not often that a family garners … Continue reading

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100 Ghosts is a lot of Ghosts, The Perfect Amount

Here is a Twitter conversation I had with Doogie Horner in response to a questions I had about his forthcoming book 100 GHOSTS and working on the review: Doogie Horner: “Writing about ghosts is like dancing about architecture.” –the ghost … Continue reading

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WILL & WHIT Book Review

In Laura Lee Gulledge‘s first graphic novel we got to meet a young artist discovering New York for the first time, the semi-autobiographical tale introduced us to Paige a determined woman in a big city making new friends and surviving … Continue reading

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