Death be Blue: A Book Review

Ancient creatures came through a portal, vampires and the like, and now they live amongst us and have their own cops to patrol them. If you are looking to fill a void in that area, read this. If you don't have that void - honestly - I don't know if I would recommend this. This…Read more Death be Blue: A Book Review

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The Invisible Library: A Book Review

Written by Genevieve Cogman, The Invisible Library follows Irene and Kai as they try to retrieve a specific edition of Grimm's Tales from an alternate universe with vampires, werewolves, fae, steam punk, and odd magic, and return it to the Library. The Library being a giant library that connects alternate realities/universes. First - I am…Read more The Invisible Library: A Book Review

Dancing with Werewolves: A Book Review

This book is not for children. Written by Carole Nelson Douglas, Dancing with Werewolves follows investigative reporter Delilah as she moves to Las Vegas to confront the girl who played a corps on an episode of CSI who could be her twin. But really, Delilah is an orphan. Until Delilah learns that her twin was…Read more Dancing with Werewolves: A Book Review

The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures: An Audio Review

This is a collection of myths, stories, and whispers from around the world. And I learned so many things I had never heard of before. The way the myths and accounts are written and ordered moves throughout time and creatures and themes. This novel is a collection of PodCasts written out, with a few extras,…Read more The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures: An Audio Review

Mother, May I Sleep with Danger: A Movie Review (2016)

Tori Spelling and James Franco are on the cover of this movie. I watched NO trailers before starting this movie. That being said, those are the wrong people to have on the cover. They are barely in this movie. If you are fan of 80s style horror movies, watch this. If not, DO NOT WATCH…Read more Mother, May I Sleep with Danger: A Movie Review (2016)