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” […]
I started reading Switched by Amanda Hocking on my iPad yesterday and just couldn’t stop reading until I was done! The story grabs you from the very first pages, and suddenly you find yourself in the middle of the book on this surreal journey with Wendy that you just can’t stop. I thought that all […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 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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