Art Starts with a Line: A creative and interactive guide to the art of line drawing by Erin McManness (Short Review)

Art & Craft ▪ An interactive guide to line drawing designed to both inspire and teach artists how to approach this simple, yet dynamic, art form.

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Book Review: The Spaceship Next Door by Gene Doucette

Three years ago, a spaceship landed in an open field in the quiet mill town of Sorrow Falls, Massachusetts. It never opened its doors, and for all that time, the townspeople have wondered why the ship landed there, and what—or who—could be inside...

Alien Bounty Hunter #1 by Adrian Wassel (Graphic Novel Review)

Ben Madsen is a bounty hunter. Yeah…he knows how that sounds. But Ben likes his job—until the bondsman convinces him to take a bounty he doesn’t want, to get the kind of paycheck he needs. When

The Royal Art of Poison by Eleanor Herman (Book Review)

The story of poison is the story of power. For centuries, royal families have feared the gut-roiling, vomit-inducing agony of a little something added to their food or wine by an enemy. To avoid poison, they depended on tasters, unicorn horns, and antidotes tested on condemned prisoners. Servants licked the royal family’s spoons, tried on their underpants and tested their chamber pots.

Failsafe by Anela Deen (Book Review)

Failsafe by Anela Dunn is a high-stakes, stirring YA Sci-Fi, with a side of humor to lighten the tense atmosphere. It delves into what...

Lady Mechanika: The Tablet of Destinies, Vol. 2 (Graphic Novel Review)

Set in a fictionalized steampunk Victorian England, a time when magic and superstition clashed with new scientific discoveries and inventions, Lady Mechanika chronicles a young woman's obsessive search for her identity after a mad scientist's horrific experiments left her with mechanical limbs and no memory of her past...

Threshold by Patricia J. Anderson (Book Review)

'Threshold' by Patricia J. Anderson is not a book you simply discard after reading. It's a dire warning and a plea to everyone alive.

Poirot’s Early Cases by Agatha Christie

Book Synopsis: Hercule Poirot delighted in telling people that he was probably the best detective in the world. So turning back the clock to trace eighteen of the cases which helped establish his professional reputation was always going to be a fascinating experience. With his career still in its formative years, the panache with which... Continue Reading →

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