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Monthly Archives: July 2020
“Doctor Sleep, Stephen King’s uber anticipated sequel to his 1977 horror novel The Shining was in almost all ways, worth the wait.”
“I tend to be drawn to political struggles, family struggles, friendship bonds and inner turmoils stemmed from the past. As a black author, I tend to also be drawn to race problems and general inequality of unrepresented races or people. It’s a way for me to talk about these issues in a world that people can look through in a new lens. Through these, however, I try not to choke my readers with it. I want people to see these themes while also having a good time in the stories. “
Deck Matthews “I tend to be pretty organic with my initial drafting, so I just kind of let the magic evolve through the initial framework of the story.”
“Ouran’an, once great city of the Reshapers, was a ruin. A necropolis of hoarfrost spires like the jagged teeth of dragons.”
“This is a book you read to relax and long for better days.”
Nothing will ever be the same. Satina is gone, kidnapped by the enemy. Disobeying Lucifer, Philip heads out to find her, journeying into the deep darkness of Outer Reach. But nothing can prepare Philip for the horror that awaits—or the demons he will face.
“If the grid went down, how would you find someone on the other side of the country? How would you find hope?”
I’m author Andrea Jones, and I’ve re-imagined the Neverland, for grown-ups.
“No matter what the results, it is my choices that define me. And I will fight for them, even when it seems that failure is inevitable. Perhaps most especially then.”
― Cat Hellisen, When the Sea Is Rising Red