Tag Archive for vampires

Resurrection America – a Review

Political chaos, a mad scientist, a not-so-mad scientist, a determined sheriff and a town that has been taken hostage all mix together in this book about horrifying events that could become reality. Sheriff Rick Johnson of Resurrection, Colorado, discovers this when his deputy calls him in a panic from the old mine. Their connection is…

Legend Behind the Jack-o’-Lantern – Guest Post by Stephen Helmes

With Halloween right around the corner, everywhere we look we see the orange and black color scheme, decorations of skeletons, ghouls, witches, and ghosts. When you go into the city, you see store aisles and occasionally entire stores dedicated in celebration of the darkest holiday of the year. On this day of vampires, witches, and…

A Vexation of Zombies

Have you ever dreamed that a liberty of mummies chased you through a museum? Has a prominence of dhampirs ever saved you from the a basement of vampires? Are you afraid your town will be invaded by a vexation of zombies? Mummies, golems, dhampirs, revenants, skeletons, vampires, wendigoes, and zombies are creatures of the night…

Writing Religious Fiction: How Far is Too Far? – Guest Post by Denver Batiste

When you think of religious fiction, what authors come to mind? The obvious, of course, are the most famous: Dan Brown. Lynn Austin. Ted Dekker. Anne Rice has even delved into the subject. Over the past decade, religious fiction has become more popular and has steered the literary world into a territory that was seldom…

Shimmer – a Review

We all studied the lost colony of Roanoke as part of history class when we were in school. I honestly don’t remember much about it. I remember that Virginia Dare, the first child born in the New World, was born in this colony. By this little girl’s third birthday, the entire colony had disappeared. Where…