Hibernation by S J Epps (Book Review #149)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Hibernation is a fiction novel that focuses on multiple stories at the same time. Pastor Winter Sams and his family are dealing with many domestic issues. Earthquakes happen in the middle of the country where they least expect them, and Pastor Simon is in jail because he has refused to marry a lesbian couple in his []

Burner by J. S. Lenore (Book Review #149)

This review was kindly requested by Paranoid Shark Productions. Burner is an urban fantasy novel writing about Kim Phillips, a Chicago detective that has powers to help release ghosts trapped between life and death. Due to the powers mentioned she is called a burner. Priya, a healer that died 50 years ago and was saved by Kim and Riley, the dashingly handsome meticulous homicide detective, all work together to save Chicago from a serial killer that only has his eyes on specific []

“Ghosts of Our Past” by Michael Phillip Cash

I’m sitting here in my den, laptop where it should be (on my lap), and I’m watching my new (old) favorite channel – MTV Live. I grew up on MTV. It was Channel 29 for the first 20 years of my life and it was on 24/7.  Then, for some generation-killing reason, some corporate guy at Viacom decided to stop airing music videos, so they went full on into reality TV. I don’t like anything about reality TV, except a Tony Robbins []

Michael Phillip Cash – Author Interview

Please tell us about The After House:   My version of a haunted house tale told from the ghost’s point of view.   Where did the idea for the book come from?   I was watching Maleficent with my wife and I loved that the story was told from the “villain’s” point of view. I had an idea about a whale-hunting ghost named Eli for a while. After the movie was over, I started writing that night.   Many of your books []

FEAR OF INVISIBILITY Written by BIBIANA KRALL

FEAR OF INVISIBILITY | BIBIANA KRALL It has been a wild and crazy ride to change my life and become a student again. I am close, I mean really close. I am less than a few weeks away from turning in all my gazillion papers and my Master’s thesis in. Oddly enough the emotion I feel the strongest, swirling deep down in my gut…is fear. Fear of what happens after, whether or not all of this hard work was worth it, so []


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