A Great Man Passes

“Bitterness destroys the person who is bitter…. You cannot feel bitter. You must feel determined.” ~ Leo Bretholz Leo Bretholz died last night. He was 93 years old, so it should come as no surprise. That he lived this long to spread his message about the horrors of the Holocaust is miraculous in itself. Many […]

Book In a Minute: Starter House by Sonja Condit

Starter House by Sonja Condit My rating: 4 of 5 stars I love a classic ghost story. Not the blood and guts, over-the-top, don’t-go-in-the-basement variety (although those can be good too). What I enjoy most is a story that quietly builds a sense of dread and impending doom–and Starter House by Sonja Condit delivers. Lacey […]

Chuck Wendig: Amazon Is Not Your Friend

  Still waiting for that Spring Thaw to give me the energy boost I need. Or at least to put an end to the snow blindness I’m experiencing from weeks of looking out the window and seeing nothing but the frozen freakin’ tundra.   Meanwhile, here’s an excellent post from the talented author and self-publishing […]