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Kate Wendley writes paranormal romance for those who love drama. Vampires, werewolves and more contend with hot tempers and incredible powers while bravely navigating the mysteries of finding love and acceptance in her urban fantasy series, A Forest of Darkness. Set in the City in a Forest, Atlanta, GA, it make you think twice about how well you really know your friends and neighbors. When Kates not busily writing about things that go bump in the night she enjoys watching sci-fi, campy horror movies and stand up comedies.

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Red Fox (Experiment in Terror #2) by Karina Halle

Another great addition to the series! For this addition to the series, the ghost hunter duo of Perry Palamino and Dex Foray head to Albuquerque, NM. Forced to pretend they’re married, and not quite sure if they’re actually welcome to

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Movie: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 (2017)

Loved it! Our rowdy anti-heroes are back, mostly, (RIP adult Groot!), and this second volume is just as much fun as the first! The movie opens with an awesome scene where the crew is doing their hired job of defending

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Brilliance by Marcus Sakey (Brilliance Trilogy Book 1)

Urban Fantasy / Sci Fi Thriller Brilliance by Marcus Sakey is a unique combination of Sci Fi, Urban Fantasy, and Thriller. In a world where one in a hundred children are now being born with extra gifts, with no explanation

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Movie: Maleficent (2014)

Beautiful Movie! I don’t watch a lot of Disney or kid movies, but the premise of this had me intrigued, and I wasn’t disappointed! It’s rated TV-14 so the themes are a little more adult than some other Disney movies.

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Darkhouse (Experiment in Terror #1) by Karina Halle

Usually there’s only one crazy main character… I wasn’t expecting this sassy, crazy story based on the cover. The cover’s nice and spooky but doesn’t warn you that you’re in for a crazyfest! And in a good way! The hero

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Movie Review: What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

Quirky, Funny, and Awesome Special Effects! This Vampire Horror/Comedy movie is quirky with humor that’s sometimes very understated and subtle, and sometimes outrageous. Combined with some shockingly awesome special effects where you least expect them, it’s a must see!  

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The Prophet (The Graveyard Queen #3) by Amanda Stevens

This series is awesome! Cemetery Restorer, Amelia Gray, is back home after a harrowing ordeal, and is quickly lured to the man she left behind, Detective John Devlin, by the ghost of his young daughter. Having already broken her rules

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Fresh Hell (The Ghosted Series #1) by David Bussell

Jim Butcher Harry Dresden fans must read this! This was a really fun, punchy story. Jake Fletcher was an exorcist in life, getting rid of ghosts in haunted houses. Now that he’s dead he realizes that instead of helping ghosts

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The Kingdom (The Graveyard Queen #2) by Amanda Stevens

Ghost Story, Mystery, and a Side of Romance Amelia Gray is a woman who can secretly see ghosts. She’s also a cemetery restorer, and in The Kingdom, Book 2 in the Graveyard Queen Series by Amanda Stevens, her quest to

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Movie Review: Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Fun Sci Fi Action Adventure that doesn’t take itself too seriously! Part hapless hero, part sci fi, this movie will have you laughing and praying this rag tag group can stay alive long enough to save the galaxy. Chris Pratt

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