Blood Orbit [BOOK REVIEW]
Apr20

Blood Orbit [BOOK REVIEW]

When a rookie cop named Eric Matheson shows up on the corporately held world of Gattis, he wanders into a brutal slaughter that could destroy two of the three native races of Gattis if it’s mysterious circumstances aren’t solved in a single week.

To prevent corporately motivated genocide, he’s forced to team up with a cybernetically enhanced investigator named Inspector J.P. Dillal. Unfortunately, his native birth and unholy technology make him a pariah to the others in the police force, while his mixed racial background make him an outcast to the native populations.

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Haunted History of the Old West’s Wicked Ladies & The Bad Hombres They Loved [BOOK REVIEW]
Dec30

Haunted History of the Old West’s Wicked Ladies & The Bad Hombres They Loved [BOOK REVIEW]

The Old West was known for its gunslingers, lawmen and of course the soiled doves that made a living in the many brothels that were found in all the frontier and mining towns, that were established to entertain all the tough men that flocked to these lawless places. It’s not surprising that many of these shady ladies do not lie quiet in their graves. The heartbreak and sorrow known only to them, tied them to this earth forever. These are some of their stories.

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Leia: Princess of Alderaan [BOOK REVIEW]
Sep28

Leia: Princess of Alderaan [BOOK REVIEW]

Before she was the 19 year old princess who stole our hearts in Star Wars IV: A New Hope, Leia Organa was an adopted girl who had to prove herself worthy to be a princess of Alderaan. In order to do so, she must make oaths regarding her body, her heart, and her mind. Each of these oaths require complex steps to accomplish. For the oath of the body, she must go through the steps to scale the largest peak on Alderaan. For the oath of the heart, she must engage in humanitarian missions in areas in which Imperial “oversight” has created disasters. And for the oath of the mind, she must eng…

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Hail to the Chin: Further Confessions of a B Movie Actor [BOOK REVIEW]
Sep21

Hail to the Chin: Further Confessions of a B Movie Actor [BOOK REVIEW]

Sixteen years ago, a somewhat unknown Bruce Campbell released his first book, If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor. Since then he has had a growing fan base, more movies and experiences, so he’s decided to grace his fans with Act II of his life story: Hail to the Chin: Further Confessions of a B Movie Actor.

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Darkness Unbound #3: Shadow of Death [BOOK REVIEW]
Jun10

Darkness Unbound #3: Shadow of Death [BOOK REVIEW]

Is an occult killer reaching out from beyond the grave and claiming new victims? Detective Drake revisits a serial killer from his past. Is it a wannabe who is paying tribute to the former murderer, or has his spirit truly possessed someone and is longing to return to his life of killing? Drake fears the latter…

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Darkness Unbound #2: Terror of Night [BOOK REVIEW]
Jun03

Darkness Unbound #2: Terror of Night [BOOK REVIEW]

The second part of Glenn Porzig’s “Darkness Unbound” series, Terror of Night follows Detective Alexander Drake as he attempts to track down a diabolical serial killer known as the “Heartbreaker,” whose ritualistic murders seem to have ties to the occult. Teamed up with a spiritual medium he hopes to catch the maniac before another girl is found dead.

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Darkness Unbound #1: Lady in Black [BOOK REVIEW]
May27

Darkness Unbound #1: Lady in Black [BOOK REVIEW]

Detective Drake is investigating ritualistic murders. Aided by an old friend and nun, Sister Marian, he attempts to track down this supernatural killer while she does everything in her power to overcome her fears and gain the faith needed to finally put an end to a demonic entity.

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Green Screen Made Easy: Keying and Compositing Techniques for Indie Filmmakers [BOOK REVIEW]
Jan12

Green Screen Made Easy: Keying and Compositing Techniques for Indie Filmmakers [BOOK REVIEW]

The authors of Green Screen Made Easy take us into the world of special effects found in filmmaking and photography. Not only do you learn how it’s done, but you learn how to do it yourself using easy, affordable methods while still retaining visual quality.

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Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel [BOOK REVIEW]
Dec08

Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel [BOOK REVIEW]

Orson Krennic is a rising star within the Republic during the Clone Wars and, after stealing plans for a super battle station from the Separatists—knowing that a successful build could allow him to usurp Governor Tarkin, his military rival, in Senator Palpatine’s good graces— he decides the Republic needs to make one of their own. (Considering how often plans for massive space stations keep getting stolen in the Star Wars universe, am I the only one that’s wondering if perhaps all the major players in Star Wars are using the same firewall responsible for the Sony hacking scandal of 2015?)

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Star Wars Aftermath: Life Debt [BOOK REVIEW]
Nov10

Star Wars Aftermath: Life Debt [BOOK REVIEW]

Shortly after the events of Life Debt, Nora Wexley, her son Temmin, the deadly (but now, strangely cuddly) robot, Mister Bones, and their crew of rebel miscreants find themselves hunting down escaped Imperial leaders for a New Republic war tribunal. Meanwhile, Grand Admiral Rae Sloane seeks…

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The Obsidian Chamber [BOOK REVIEW]
Oct14

The Obsidian Chamber [BOOK REVIEW]

After the events of Crimson Shore, Agent Pendergast is lost at sea and presumed dead. A grieving Constance returns to the Riverside mansion in NYC to the care of loyal housekeeper Mrs. Trask and resourceful bodyguard Proctor. Unable to deal with her guilt and sorrow in the topside world, she retreats to the underground catacombs that she knows best.

But when a shadowy spectre from the past knocks out Proctor and kidnaps Constance, he’ll have to go on a global chase to rescue her before she ends up dead—or worse.

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