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…

Accused – a Review

Rape is a serious crime, and the guilty one needs to be punished. But what if the wrong person is accused? Remember Ahmed and Tashera from Retaliation?  They are now students at Georgia State University, and Ahmed is a star with the basketball team.  Life is good for them until Ahmed is accused of date…

Sway – a Review

Are you in control of what happens in your dreams?  If you aren’t, then who is? In this psychological thriller/horror story, you are taken inside the mind of a man who has experienced horrendous things during his childhood.  Now that he is an adult, what toll have these events taken on his life? He works…

Matthew Keith Interview– Nightmares, Inspiration, and a Nameless Character

Have nightmares ever been an issue for this author?  How completely does he develop his characters before beginning to write?  Why isn’t the main character’s name ever given?  What are his thoughts on self-publishing? Sway begins with the transcription of dialogue between a doctor and his patient.  The patient’s name, blacked out except for two…

Weather Phobias

Powerful weather phenomena are fascinating to watch, yet terrifying because of the destruction they leave behind. The fierceness of tornadoes and hurricanes leave one speechless and amazed. The beauty of lightning fills one with admiration for the hand that guides this streak of electricity to its destination. Each accompanying boom of thunder reminds us of…

That Troublesome Apostrophe

What is the purpose of this troublesome and often misused punctuation mark? The apostrophe has two purposes: to show possession and to indicate missing letters. In certain instances, it is also used to clear up confusion when making plurals. The photo to the right made me cringe, and it shows that apostrophe misuse is worldwide.…