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New Release: The Doll Maker (A Weirdville Book)

After my previous publisher returned my rights to me for the Weirdville books, I have been busy re-editing and re-formatting the six books in the series. The first book, The Doll Maker, is now available on Amazon again, with a brand new interior design that yours truly spent hours on. Derek’s little sister wants one of those creepy-looking dolls, staring […]

Release Blitz Seventeen Butterflies

About the Book Title: Seventeen Butterflies Author: Anna Katmore Genre: Contemporary Teen Romance The embarrassment of being the only unkissed girl in high school is something Sandy Cardington refuses to accept. The first kiss project is her foolproof plan to finally get rid of the status at her 17th birthday party, while her parents are out of town. With several […]

Cover Reveal A Christmas at Gingerbread Falls

About the Book Title: A Christmas at Gingerbread Falls Author: Katie Mettner Genre: Contemporary Romance / Christmas Actress Carrie Murray’s films are a Christmas lover’s delight. Filled with twinkling lights, festive carols, and happy endings, they’re the perfect escape from reality. For her and the audience. Then Tinseltown calls. Braxton Timothy is Hollywood’s biggest action star. Handsome and talented but […]

TV Series Review: Sophie: A Murder in West Cork

True crime is hotter than hot nowadays, and it shows looking at the enormous amount of true crime limited series Netflix has released in the past year or so. Sophie: A Murder in West Cork is one of the better series in this genre. Atmospheric and haunting, the limited series starts by introducing us to the victim. Sophie. A brilliant, […]

Movie Review: A Classic Horror Story

A Classic Horror Story is an Italian horror movie that borrows many elements from other mainstream horror movies and tries to twist and warp these elements to end up with an original plot and movie. Tries being the key word here, because A Classic Horror Story may be ambitious about its own set-up, but it ultimately lacks in nearly every […]

Movie Review: Fear Street Part 1: 1994

I grew up devouring R.L. Stine’s Fear Street novels, so naturally I had to watch Fear Street Part 1: 1994 the moment I found it on Netflix. What’s unique about this movie is that it’s the first in a trilogy and all parts were released one week after the other. It is a daring move and one that can only […]