While I’m still making final edits of The Guardian Wars, the final novel in the Guardian trilogy, I can now share the official description with you! After miraculously surviving torture at Rastaban’s hands, Handler Alex of Croft knows the hour grows short as war among the Realms draws closer. Mustering his friends and unexpected allies, … More “The Guardian Wars” – Official Description
Since Fox has revived its mid-2000s prison drama series Prison Break, I decided to share my thoughts on this awesome series as I was a big fan of it when it originally aired. Prison Break first aired in 2005 and ran a total of four seasons, ending in 2009. Story-wise, it focused on a pair … More Review: “Prison Break”
Introduction: I love animated movies, but sometimes I tire of the typical CGI-driven flicks. For me, nothing beats a good, old fashioned 2D animated movie provided (a). it doesn’t look like it was produced on a shoestring budget and (b). it’s not solely for kids. I first became aware of this Irish film while checking … More Movie Review – “Song of the Sea”
The Story: [From GoodReads:] Since the devastating conclusion of Hitman: Blood Money, Agent 47 has been MIA. Now fans awaiting the return of the blockbuster video game and film phenomenon can pinpoint the location of the world’s most brutal and effective killer-for-hire before he reemerges in Hitman: Absolution. When the Agency lures him back with … More Book Review – “Hitman: Damnation:
It’s time for some big news! I’m happy to finally announce that the third and final novel in The Guardian trilogy is almost ready for publication! I confess I took more time than what was probably needed to revise and polish The Guardian Wars but I believe the final product is worth it. As of … More “The Guardian Wars” – Entering the Home Stretch!
The Story: [from GoodReads:] Catherine may be one of the most desired girls in Wonderland and a favorite of the unmarried King, but her interests lie elsewhere. A talented baker, she wants to open a shop and create delectable pastries. But for her mother, such a goal is unthinkable for a woman who could be a … More Book Review – “Heartless”
Introduction: Sometimes I like to check out a film that’s a bit of an underdog – something in a league all its own in terms of story and character development. I was drawn to this film solely because of Chris Pine, whose work I first became familiar with through his portrayal as a young Captain … More Movie Review – “Hell or High Water”