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Supernatural 1.08 - "Bugs"

After a construction worker is killed by insects burrowing into his brain, the sisters investigate a town’s history and find that a new housing development is being built on sacred Native American land – with a curse attached. 45 more words

Deana Winchester

A Quick Read: A Review of Justin March's "Quick Save"

Doesn’t it seem that fictional characters with supernatural powers are often born, raised, or come of age in small town America? Is their something in the water in the deep plains of Texas or in the sands by the Mississippi River? 290 more words

Book Reviews

Do Ghosts Smoke?

In 2010 I was in a pretty dark place. My substance abuse was at its peak and I was a shadow of my former self. Piece by piece, my life began to crumble. 639 more words


My take on ghosts and ghouls

You best start believing in ghost stories Miss Turner…. You’re in one!

Ghouls along with vampires/banshees/lecturers have frightened me since I was a wee one. Fortunately, I knew how to take care of the vampire issue – I frequently demonstrated some impressive martial arts moves around my bedroom before sleeping – and besides no one would dare come near me with the light on. 784 more words


Girl on a Platter

Mangaka: Meca Tanaka

Alternative Title: Sara no Ue no Kanojo

My rating: 3.5 of 5

On a mountain overlooking a remote village, a dragon god lives in human form, eking out an existence on the small birds his toad-spirit servants can bring to him. 364 more words

Book Review

New from the Press: Wandering Star, a supernatural teen thriller by Stella Drexler

The Press is thrilled to announce the exciting, sweet, heartbreaking new teen thriller by Stella Drexler now available on eBook! Look for it June 1st in paperback! 329 more words

News And Information

8 TV Shows You Shouldn't Binge-Watch

You’re on Spring Break. You’re home with the flu. You’re having a lazy Sunday of epic proportions. Chances are, you’re also either in the midst of binge-watching something, or searching for your next victim. 671 more words