The Blue Hour - a Review

The Blue Hour is a gripping and emotional historical fiction book, a story of romance, the story of a woman…

Phyllis Edgerly Ring Interview – The Holocaust, Eva Braun, and Friendship

What inspired Phyllis Edgerly Ring to write about the friendship of two lonely women in Nazi Germany? What would she say to schools that are now teaching that the Holocaust was just a political scheme and never really happened? What is her favorite thing about writing historical fiction? When you first learned about Hitler and…

Richard Fenton & Andrea Waltz Interview – Serial Killers, a Ghost Detective, and Shadow Men

What was the motivation to make the character of Mika so unlikable? Was the creation of “The Leg Collector” inspired by a particular serial killer? Who are the shadow men? What was the inspiration for the book cover? Mika is a character I love to hate. Was her character based on someone you have been…

Onyx Webb: Book Five: Episodes 13, 14, & 15 – a Review

Book Five in the twisted saga of Onyx Webb leaves one wanting more. Each of the storylines sinks its teeth into your imagination a bit deeper. A crippled Stan Lee receives a large settlement for losing his legs. Sitting around bores him. Not only that, he has but one thing on his mind, and that…

Serial Killer – a Review

Enter the dark world of David Simons. This dark comedic horror story that takes a look into the depraved mind of a serial killer whose cruelty knows no bounds will scare you while making you laugh. A new dark twist that this killer gives to the children’s game “Simon Says” will make you pray that…

Everything You Want Me to Be – a Review

Keeping secrets is not always a good thing. Lying to others in order to use them so that everything goes your way can be deadly. This haunting story of secrets, love, manipulation, and murder is told from three points of view—Del, the small-town sheriff; Peter, the English teach caught in a marriage that is crumbling;…