It is never a good idea to bring your work home with you, but when a human life is on the line it becomes acceptable. For a homicide detective, what separates duty from obsession? Sam Porter can't catch a break. The events from four months ago haunt his dreams; only this time he's the victim.... Continue Reading →
How good are you at your job? Could you handle the pressure and the responsibility of finding someone in two days time before they meet their untimely death? Sam Porter is a homicide detective of twenty plus years and still receives phone calls that make his stomach drop. His homicide partner, Nash, calls Porter warning... Continue Reading →
Beware the Signs picks up right where What Doesn't Kill You left off. In this "episode" we are faced with the key existential questions: Who- each girl is struggling with who they are now with their new "super powers". They are also wondering who Christian, and "the other guy" is that were in the... Continue Reading →
If you're like me, there are certain TV shows you secretly hope never finish. Buffy the Vampire Slayer was popular when I was growing up, as well as Heroes. Both pulled my interest in hook, line, and sinker. I'm also a BIG Supernatural fan. For some bizarre reason, people are absolutely fascinated with phenomena they... Continue Reading →
Let's face it. Love it or hate it, Twilight will never be over. It divided the masses into factions way before Divergent appeared. Team Edward versus Team Jacob. Books versus movies. Twilight rendered quite a lot of fan fiction, swooning teenage girls, and dreams of what it would have looked like had Bella Swan chosen... Continue Reading →
This book is not at all what I expected- in a good way. The timing was right to read it, I was between books, and it happened to be a good filler. I cannot stress how happy I am that I did not turn down an offer to read "The Dark Net". Imagine a world... Continue Reading →
While Amy Engel is not new to the writing scene, "The Roanoke Girls" is her debut novel for adults. We're introduced to Lana and her mother. A simple conversation seemingly innocent holds so much foreboding for the rest of the story. A month after Lana's dream of Roanoke, her dream comes true riding the tail... Continue Reading →
Sin is it's own punishment, devouring you from the inside. It's not my purpose to punish it; it's my joy to cure it.