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Monday, June 27, 2011

Something Wicked This Way Comes

Hello, Fire Enthusiasts.

I hope everyone had a great weekend. For me and my crazy schedule it is a time to catch up on some much needed sleep, attempt to take care of some stuff around the house, spend a little extra time with the family (hello, dear. *waves*) and, of course, to catch up on some extra stuff on my trusty laptop.

I'm currently waiting for my edits on Dance on Fire: Flashpoint to return to me. The talented Sue Midlock has created the cover art. I was involved with this one which was a pretty cool experience. I have a few other things that we can talk about in the near future, too.

In the meantime, however, I would simply like to tell/remind you about another blog that I occasionally write for: Something Wicked This Way Comes. You might remember the Ray Bradbury novel or perhaps the quote from Shakespeare's MacBeth. This blog is operated by Vamplit Published Authors and it is the home for dark and twisted book and film reviews, and also a place to showcase whatever we've got cooking at any particular moment.

Recently, I have managed to find some time to get some reading in. I read two fantastic novels and reviewed both of them there. One was Stop Me by Richard Jay Parker and the second was Seed by Ania Ahlborn. If you like that sort of thing, you really should investigate further by surfing on over and checking out my reviews. As a teaser, I can tell you that I will next be reviewing the 1980 classic, The Changeling. If you're like me and had yet to see this incredible film, then I hope you'll join me later this week where we'll be discussing it.

We'd really appreciate it if you came by. Many of you already have and we thank you.

We'll talk soon.


  1. I remember the movie Something Wicked this Way Comes with Jason Robards. It was creepy good.

  2. James, I hope you had a great weekend. I'm glad you got some reading time in!

  3. One can never get enough reading in.


  4. Marcy - I need to pick up a copy of "Something Wicked This Way Comes". It's been too long since I've seen it. I thought about it a couple of times, but always left it in the store.
    Julie - Thanks. I use reading as a way to get to bed earlier, hoping that it will tire me out. Unfortunately, I keep picking books that I don't want to put down!!
    Blaze - I just need to make this a habit. It is pretty easy for me to abandon reading due to everything else that's going on.

    Thanks to all of you for taking the time to stop by. You made Monday very cool!


  5. I read your review of The Changeling. What an awesome movie. I also reviewed Seed on my book blog so I will have to go over and read your review!

    Have a fantastic 4th!


  6. Thanks, Stacy. The weekend couldn't have come soon enough for me. I hope you and yours have a great one, too.


  7. Happy weekend! Something Wicked is a cool blog, I'm following it now. I just started an Urban Fantasy newsletter, so if you or any of your fellow vamplit writers are interested in interviews or other guest posts, let me know!

  8. Good morning, Alexia. Thanks for the note and the follow over on "Something Wicked". I'm definitely looking to expand my reach. Perhaps an interview...?
    Have a great weekend.



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