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A Hell for All Seasons – a Review

This is a fantastic collection of short stories. Each one is horrific in its own way. From demons and the occult to curiosity and hypocrisy, the way one wrong turn can completely change a life is subtly and chillingly demonstrated. The way you look at things, including dreams, and the way you think is liable…

Privacy: A Tisha Ariel Nikkole Novel #2 – a Review

Exclusive ended in a cliffhanger, and Privacy  picks up right where it left off. Many of life’s problems are addressed in the book: dishonesty, sex trafficking, murder, transgender issues. Tisha Ariel Nikkole’s soap opera life is never boring. She doesn’t have a yellow brick road to follow, so she has to do what she believes…

Desper Hollow -a Review

A zombie’s only purpose is to kill and eat. They don’t have feelings. They don’t think. In Desper Hollow,  Elizabeth Massie has taken the ever-evolving zombie to a new level of existence. Something evil is going on in Desper Hollow, Virginia. This is a place to be avoided, a place people shy away from visiting. Granny…