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Book Review: Rise Of The Watchers by Ted D. Berner

This is what you'd get if Dan Brown wrote an Indiana Jones novel.A incredible fast-paced, action-packed, thrilling and intriguing mystery about Biblical myths and Nazi conspiracies.I read the first of these books a few years ago, and I though I have to admit I don't remember it in detail, I remember being hooked. As an... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

The fact that I love thrillers, am Scandinavian, and have never actually read this book before now is kind of embarrassing. At the same time, I feel like I’ve read it many times before. I’ve read “of” it, heard about it and I’ve seen at least two of the movies (one Swedish and one American,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: In Somnio: A Collection of Modern Gothic Horror, Edited by Alex Woodroe

Woah! - What a unique collection of horror stories. I was very lucky to receive an Advanced Reader Copy of this anthology and I knew almost immediately that I had something special in my hands. I like to read mysteries, thriller, and horror because I enjoy not knowing. A big part of that is also... Continue Reading →

Why You Should Do NaNoWriMo – Especially If You Don’t Want To

Let’s talk about NaNoWriMo – or National Novel Writing Month as it’s called – the annual project everyone goes crazy about in November as they try to write a 50,000 word novel in a month. This will be my fourth year “competing”, but my first since I started doing it where I'm not actually prepared... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Lie Down With Lions by Ken Follett

Well this was actually terrible. I probably should have stopped reading this around the 30% mark, when I first got a hunch. Unfortunately, I have a tendency to want to see things through, and I really had my hopes out for Follett because the person who gave me this book also gave me a copy... Continue Reading →

Guest Blog – Gillian Barnes Writes With Others, 2021

Gillian Barnes first launched her #GBWritesWithOthers initiative in 2019, when she invited a lot of great writers and creatives to write articles and blog post, to share ideas, inspiration and motivation. This year, I wrote a piece about how writing is a marathon, not a sprint - comparing it to my own preparations for my... Continue Reading →

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