Monday, February 27, 2017

Browsing the "Arts and Literature" Category

The Matriarch: Changeling

Kevin A. Ranson’s The Matriarch: Changeling is the latest and greatest installment of the Matriarch series. Not only does the story’s plot thicken and rise to literary bliss, but it also gets to the meat of the action without any [...]

Arts and Literature, Book Reviews, Novels

Active Voices-The Shiva Syndrome

Be prepared….  Debut author Alan Joshua’s The Shiva Syndrome isn’t a thriller in the typical sense. And that’s a good thing. The novel, Joshua’s fiction debut, certainly spares no expense in raising the stakes as the protagonist, former Special Forces [...]

Arts and Literature News, Book Reviews

Interview with Lisa von Biela

Women in Horror Month 2015 is here! The lovely Lisa von Biela, also known by her other title as “The Queen of the Medical Thriller” (Examiner), has granted us a fascinating interview. Lisa von Biela practices law in Seattle, Washington [...]

Arts and Literature Interviews, Women in Horror Month 2014

An Interview with Sylvain Reynard, Author of The Prince

I had the pleasure of interviewing New York Times bestselling author Sylvain Reynard about his new Florentine Series, debuting with The Prince on January 20, 2015.  He was kind enough to provide some insight into the creation of The Prince [...]

Arts and Literature Interviews

Books & Baby Poop: An Interview with Author Matt Micheli

Matt Micheli is a writer out of Austin, TX, Wild Card Winner of the 2012 Halloween Book Festival. He has several fiction and non-fiction pieces featured in various literary magazines and is a multi-contributor to ManArchy Magazine, Revolt Daily, and [...]

Arts and Literature Interviews

American Vampire Second Cycle #5 Review

The California Gold Rush saw thousands migrate west in hope of striking it rich. One poor unfortunate miner’s quest to make his fortune uncovers a horror unbound in Nevada, at a mining operation, where something ancient and evil has awakened. [...]

Arts and Literature, Book Reviews

Batman Eternal #23 Review

Hush has returned to Gotham. He attacked Alfred in Wayne Manor, injecting a fear toxin directly into his brain. After discovering the Bat-Cave, Alfred’s daughter, Julia, must help Batman stop the Architect from destroying the Beacon Tower. With the newly [...]

Arts and Literature, Book Reviews, Entertainment Articles

American Vampire Second Cycle #1

American Vampire Second Cycle #1 marks the return of the Eisner-Award winning, and critically acclaimed series by #1 New York Times best-selling writer Scott Snyder (Batman, Superman Unchained, The Wake) and acclaimed artist Rafael Albuquerque (Animal Man), as they move [...]

Arts and Literature

Batman #27 Review

The penultimate issue of Dark City beings with a flashback to Tokyo 1946 before returning to the Newton Centre, where Batman finds the scientists have been murdered by Dr Death, and the GCPD have cornered the Dark Knight and opened [...]

Arts and Literature