If you could go back in time and change the course of human history would you do it? Even if it meant sacrificing so much of your own life in the process? Well that’s the premise of Stephen Kings 54th fiction book, 11.22.63. King gives us a new protagonist in the form of Jake Epping, … Continue reading “11.22.63 by Stephen King Review”
Author Spotlight is our series that aims to give writers a platform to talk about the artform we all love, writing. This time around D. A. Butcher joins us to talk about his life, his struggles, and his passion for writing. Check out this excellent article. I grew up in London. My mother is Italian … Continue reading “Author Spotlight: D. A. Butcher discusses his life, his struggles, and his love for writing”
I love vampires and I’ve have written about them more than once on this website, so I loved it when Fiona’s Guardians dropped into our inbox. This unique and intriguing novel was just the thing to devour over a free weekend. Daniel is more dedicated to his job than most people are, and certainly far … Continue reading “Fiona’s Guardians by Dan Klefstad Review”
Slave narratives were a powerful tool in abolishing the slave trade and were significant in creating a voice for the slaves and showing the human experience of slavery. An important slave narrative is that of Linda Brent synonym Harriet Jacobs: Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. She was a slave who struggled for … Continue reading “Let’s discuss how Harriet Jacobs challenged the pro-slavery ideals of her time through her writing”
Second novels are difficult. You have numerous expectations on your shoulders, both from fans of your first book and from your publishers. The fans of your first book want to also enjoy your second novel, and the publishers want you to also widen your audience, that’s a lot of pressure. It must have been a … Continue reading “Salem’s Lot by Stephen King Review”
Let’s return and look at the novel where the legend began, Dracula by Bram Stoker.
A number of novels written by women using male pseudonym’s have now been reissued using the authors’ actual names.
It has been announced that Stephen King will be releasing a new novel in 2021 and that it will be a crime story surrounding a boy with a supernatural ability. The author made the announcement on Monday when he shared a photo of the upcoming novels cover. Titled Later the book will be released in … Continue reading “Stephen King announces new crime novel ‘Later’ coming in 2021”
The fallout between president and national security adviser makes for an interesting but grandiose ego stoking read
Clayton Riddell was practically skipping down the street in Boston when the event that would come to be known as the PULSE took place. As is the norm with horror fiction Clayton starts the novel feeling good, very good in fact. He’s just sold his first graphic novel and was heading back to Maine to … Continue reading “Cell Review”
Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (most commonly referred to simply as Frankenstein) by Mary Shelley is an old classic of Gothic literature.
I have to start out this review by saying that this book surprised me, massively. I initially expected nothing more than a standard mediocre horror flick written by a semi-professional author, you know the kind you can find plastered all over the amazon kindle home page. Yet this is almost Stephen King level material, OK … Continue reading “Undead Drive-Thru Review”