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The Prince of Knocknafay

‘Travers McCraken The Prince of Knocknafay’ Review

The tagline for this first novel by author Bret Bouriseau is “A Very Grown-Up Bedtime Story” isn’t quite accurate. Oh sure, there are the steamily written intimate scenes, and the occasional bawdy joke, but the “grown-up” part may make some people think it’s something that it’s not. It would be more precise to say “A […]


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‘Spiders in the Daffodils’ by Nelson W. Pyles

Nelson W. Pyles does a lot. He hosts podcasts, narrates audio books and writes. And by write I mean essays, blogs, short stories and novels. He’s creating himself a nice legacy filled with believable characters in situations-not-so-believable—but that doesn’t mean they’re not gripping, intense pieces. It just means that you have to keep reading because […]


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‘Unlucky Seven’ by J.P. Bidula – REVIEW

I was walking through the local comic con recently (Steel City Con). I wasn’t cosplaying that particular day, but Oliver and James Phelps (Fred and George Weasley) were guests so, supportive geek that I am, I wore a Slytherin Quidditch t-shirt. Strolling through the artist’s alley and browsing various booths, someone called out to me, […]


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"Auto Erotic Assimilation" on 'Rick and Morty'

‘Rick and Morty’ for People Who Aren’t ‘Rick and Morty’ Fans

Or, How Some Rabid Fans Ruin Rick and Morty For Everyone Or, This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things If you don’t have cable, or aren’t into animation, you may not know about Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim show Rick and Morty. But you may have seen some memes of something called “Pickle Rick.” You […]


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5 Short Horror Films that Really Freak You Out

Even though I watch and enjoy horror year round, in light of the Hallowe’en season, I thought I’d share some of my favorite short horror films. Each of these films runs under 15 minutes, so they’re good when you just have a little time and don’t want to sit through a whole feature. Don’t let […]


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