The Amityville Nuisance by Mike MacDee

Henry Holiday is a necromancer, whose life is disrupted when his ex-girlfriend, who is also a beautiful snake haired Gorgon, bursts into his life and pays him to attend a family gathering as her plus one, in an effort to find out what’s really going on with her brothers money making scheme at the old…

7 Things I Learned From My Cat

OK, so I’m obsessed with my cat. Grimoire isn’t even a year old yet and already, I’m not sure how I ever got along without him. As someone who works from home, he’s always around and we hang out a lot.Many times when work or a life problem has be stumped, a purr and a…

The White Crucifixion: A Novel About Marc Chagall by Michael Dean

There’s something about the lives of artists that are endlessly fascinating. Perhaps it’s because of their daily routines as artists that mean that the structure of their lives is so different to the average. Perhaps the fluctuating finances of creating peicemeal work seems romantic, or there’s something about the creative mind that’s so compelling. Often,…

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Have you signed up to my Tiny Letters yet? TinyLetter.com allows me to send out more personal emailed letters to you, my readers, about my life, my thoughts, …anything. If you like my blog, but would like something more internal and personal, this is the sign up for you. Go to: https://tinyletter.com/CravenWild and enter your email. I…

A Book Of Revelations by AC Burch

I was sent this book by the publisher (Homeport Press) for an honest review. A Book Of Revelations is a group of short stories by award winning author AC Burch, and the stories are all set around the areas that the author knows well: Provincetown and South Beach. The stories in this collection all focus…

Fletcher’s Fortune by John Drake

A bright and swashbuckling adventure on the high seas, Fletcher’s Fortune is a historical and fictional memoir of Jacob Fletcher. This book was sent to me by Endevour Press for honest review. All opinions are my own. As an apprentice, orphaned Jacob Fletcher should not be able to be press ganged into the Navy by…

The Pursuit Of Love by Nancy Mitford

In Zoe Heller’s introduction to this novel, she makes the point that people either love or hate a Mitford novel. I wonder if that’s really true? The Mitford sisters grew up in a rag tag bundle, on a manor in England, the children of Upper Class parents, in the early part of last century. Nancy,…