Christopher M. Johnson takes his readers on a journey through Jerusalem–while it’s crawling with zombies. Still want to come along? “I wanted a real response to a terrifying situation.” – Christopher M. Johnson on his new book, Seven Days Dead Q: What inspired you to write this book? Well, there were a couple of things that made me want to write this. Firstly, I got tired … Continue reading Interview with Author of Seven Days Dead, Christopher M. Johnson
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Well, 2016 was looking pretty grim overall and it looks like it’ll be ending with a lot of stress being brought on by the presidential election, school, and life–of course. But you know what? Everything is okay and there were a lot of blessings this year, too. Life is good. May you recognize all the things you have to be thankful for! Even if … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving Weekend!
“Those boxers with the savage names did not intimidate the only woman among these brutes. The camp’s proprietor, an improbable person to run a camp for men who made their living by destroying others, was educated, a mother, a mezzo-soprano opera singer, wife of a Turkish diplomat, and personified sophistication during her years in Washington, D. C. President William McKinley and his wife considered her a … Continue reading History Buff: An Interview With Author, Gene Panatone, Author of New Book About Madame Bey’s Impact on Boxing History
This book was a fun little read, but when I finally reached the end, I felt like I needed more; not that the book was lacking any creep factor or anything. The visions that Jansen’s own mother has will haunt you and you’ll definitely want to meet the clairvoyant who ends up helping him piece together the mystery going on in his son’s room. Jansen … Continue reading Review: Holy Ghosts: Or, How a (Not So) Good Catholic Boy Became a Believer in Things That Go Bump in the Night by Gary Jansen (Audio)
An article published by Slate magazine on November 2, “It Looks Like EBooks Won’t Kill Print Books After All”, reports that ebook sales are continuing to drop. According to the A… Source: Good News: Ebook Popularity May Have Just Been a Fad Continue reading Good News: Ebook Popularity May Have Just Been a Fad
The Things We Wish Were True by Marybeth Mayhew Whalen is a random audio book I found on Amazon one day. I wanted to have something for my long drives to work and around town. It’s not normally something that I would’ve picked but I was curious to see what the hype was about. It’s currently got over 2,000 reviews on Amazon! That’s pretty amazing … Continue reading Book Review: The Things We Wish Were True
Here’s a short one for you! Is it toward or towards? Are you walking toward or towards something? Well, technically, there’s nothing wrong with using both. “Toward” is most common in American English and “towards” in British English. -E Continue reading Towards vs. Toward