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Sue’s Seduction, a book review

Reviewed by Gary Roen Sue’s Seduction reminded me of several themes in “Star Trek.” From “Star Trek The Next Generation” episode “Too Short A Season” where Admiral Mark Jameson takes a potion that reverses the aging process and from original [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

Gods and Monsters Grand Opening June 13

The evolution of the pop culture retail experience, GODS & MONSTERS focuses on the hottest merchandise, Interactivity and an overall sense of Community. Coming JUNE 2015, GODS & MONSTERS, a collaborative venture started by Todd Fisher and Anna Young, will [...]

June 5, 2015 Arts, Books, comics, Culture, Features, Nerd News, Social, theNEWS

Level Up: A Shift in Alliances

Mythical Mountain Comics and Nerdities Studios Present: Level Up: A Shift in Alliances One day only – A grand opening celebration Saturday, June 20th 2015 12pm-6pm Join the Mythical Mountain – Nerdities Expansion / Launch Party as they and join [...]

June 5, 2015 Books, comics, Culture, Nerd News, Social, theNEWS

Walker Stalker Con Brings Major Celebrities From Zombie And Horror Entertainment To Florida

Walker Stalker Con Brings Major Celebrities From Zombie And Horror Entertainment To Florida June 2015 Orlando, FL ­ Walker Stalker Con, a zombie and horror themed fancentric convention, will be held at the The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), in [...]

June 4, 2015 Arts, Books, comics, Culture

Baby Lady’s Scary Night: A Ladybug Story

Reviews by Gary Roen For many younger children a hard thing for them is to sleep at night in a dark bedroom. Their imagination takes over and keeps them awake. “Baby Lady’s Scary Night” is the story of a young [...]

April 13, 2015 Books

The Disappearing Dolphins

Reviews by Gary Roen Kevin and his sister Jackie go to the beach with their mom to have a fun time in the ocean. While making a sandcastle with Jackie, Kevin thinks he sees a dolphin. Later he tries to [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews

Bad Hair Day

Reviews by Gary Roen Fresh from her battle with zombies in “Bad Taste in Boys” Kate Grabel is back and this time she has to find out who is killing kids and leaving traces of hair behind. She also knows [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews

The Never-Open Desert Diner

Reviews by Gary Roen There are some strange and wonderful characters that fill the debut novel “The Never-open Desert Diner by James Anderson.  Several of them are John, a preacher who drags around with him a life size cross, preaching [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews

The Great Zoo of China

Reviews by Gary Roen “The Great Zoo of China” begins with a murder and races along to its final fantastic conclusion.  China has made a great discovery and wants the world to know of there finding.  It seems they found [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Culture, Fiction, Reviews

Secret Betrayal

Reviews by Gary Roen Fiction of World War II is still very popular and “Secret Betrayal” had a great premise that fizzled shortly into the novel and never recovered. An American general involved in the planning of D Day is [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews