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Reckless Caring

How scared Chyna had been that night, risking so much for a girl she had never seen. Scared less of Vess than of this new thing that she had found in herself. 30 more words

Quotes

God of the Dead: A Kaiju Novel - by M. C. Norris

You never know what you’ll find on Twitter, my social media drug of choice. M. C. Norris followed me on Twitter a few weeks back, so I sent a reply saying “thanks, and I like the covers of your books.” We decided to do a review swap, I buy his book he buys mine and do reviews. 231 more words

Book Review

Book Review - The Serenity Strain

Chris Pourteau is a perfect author for the Apocalypse Weird series. While the other novels give us explanations and grand statements about the end of all things, Pourteau straight up delivers an action-packed thrill ride in his book, … 342 more words

Help A Brother (or Sister) Out

BOOK REVIEW: SAINT ODD BY DEAN KOONTZ

SAINT ODD BY DEAN KOONTZ

HARPERCOLLINS (HARDBACK), 2015

400 PAGES 

WWW.DEANKOONTZ.COM

THIS BOOK IS PART OF MY POPSUGAR READING CHALLENGE 2015 (HTTP://WWW.POPSUGAR.COM/LOVE/READING-CHALLENGE-2015-36071458). THE CATEGORY FOR THIS BOOK IS ‘A BOOK PUBLISHED THIS YEAR’. 464 more words

Fiction

Photos

I take lots of pictures. But since this “arrangement” I take even more. I feel like because I’m only there a small percentage of time I have to capture every moment I can. 67 more words

Nonsense

Teaser Tuesday: 77 Shadow Street (again)

Teaser Tuesday post for 17 February 2015
from 77 Shadow Street by Dean Koontz


Both Edna's expression and posture confirmed the reality of the incident:  Her eyes were hoot-owl wide, mouth formed in a perfect O of unvoiced astonishment. 127 more words
Teaser Tuesday

The world upside down: Dean Koontz and stunning prose

“Through the stillness snow fell not in skeins but in infinitely layered arabesques, filigree in motion, ornamenting the city air, of an especially intense white in the dove-gray light of the morning, laying boas on the limbs of leafless trees, ermine collars on the tops of walls, a grace of softness in a hard world.” 379 more words

Editing