In my mailbox: Keepers by Brenda Cooper

I want to thank the folks at Pyr  for the free review copy. It's always nice to find something in the mailbox other than bills. "Keepers" by Brenda Cooper Two sisters, one from a megacity and one from the wilderness, work together to protect the wilderness and the reintroduction of wolves from a group more... Continue Reading →


Amazon mouse followup

Last Christmas my sister and nephew gave me a new mouse. I don't know why computer mouses die in my hands but they do. Sadly, this mouse has died as well. The left click button doesn't work. Currently, I am using one of my nephews second-hand mouses. Does this mean that Amazon products fail? In... Continue Reading →

AnreaNet let go two writers after Social Media squabble

As many of you know, I am a big fan of Guild Wars. That being said, some people, including AnreaNet employees, can't play well with others. In this case, Jessica Price and Peter Fries ( writers ) responded inapporpriately to some criticism. As you might imagine, Social Media was aflame with egos, harassment, and outrage.... Continue Reading →

This weeks book haul from Weiser Books

This weeks book haul: Varla Ventura's Paranormal Parlor: Ghosts, Seanes, and Tales of True Hauntings From shimmering specters to mysterious tricks, Varla Ventura’s Paranormal Parlor includes original supernatural tales, classic ghost stories, legends, hauntings, séances, superstitions, and death customs. This book showcases a chilling collection of startling ghost stories as told to the author as well... Continue Reading →

Fox to create division for horror, sci-fi and fantasy genres

This new division will be headed up by Guillermo del Toro. I guess Fox sees an opening left by the Syfy channel. "For the longest time, I’ve hoped to find an environment in which I can distribute, nurture and produce new voices in smart, inventive genre films and channel my own. In Fox Searchlight, I’ve found... Continue Reading →

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