Book Review: Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

Incarceron was a very interesting book – also very complex. This novel was a pleasant surprise. I started and finished it yesterday, and although at times, I found it quite dense, the story kept me hooked enough to keep reading. Loved the concept of a technologically advanced prison, and the whole juxtaposition with the “Era” […]

Movie Review: Red Riding Hood

I went into Red Riding Hood with very little expectations, given the incredibly low rating on the Rotten Tomatoes tomatometer (a dismal 12% if you’re wondering). But I still wanted to see it because it’s about werewolves after all! I am also a huge fan of Amanda Seyfried. So despite the ratings, I still felt […]

Writing, writing, writing

I need to stop saying it and actually do it. Things have been so busy with Bloodspell that I haven’t been focused on moving along my new novel (more along the post-apocalyptic sci-fi vein). I’ve written about a hundred and twenty odd pages, so still respectable for a good start, but I need to get […]

Teen Book Scene Bloodspell Booktour

Things have been on a roll during the last week, especially after Monster Mania. My publisher got me hooked up with Teen Book Scene, and I’ll be doing a 6-week book tour with them! Cannot wait – it’s a fantastic list of really great bloggers. Check it out here @ Teen Book Scene.

Monster Mania Meet & Greets

Monster Mania was a fantastic time! Notwithstanding all of the people who showed up dressed up as their favorite horror and sci-fi characters, including Pinhead, Michael Myers, and the Predator to name a few, I had the distinct pleasure to meet Allan Hyde (Godric) from True Blood, Melinda Clarke from the Vampire Diaries, and Nick […]

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