Monthly Archives: February 2012

Ghost Novel Review: Midnight Bayou

Midnight Bayou by Nora Roberts G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 352 pages. This book encapsulates Roberts’ strengths as a writer: eerie setting, mysterious mansion, endearing characters. Declan Fitzgerald renounces a glam, power-packed lawyer’s existence for decaying Manet Hall on the edge … Continue reading

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Author Deadlines Are Good for You

Here’s the thing about deadlines. Deadlines are good because they force you to do stuff. I picture myself called to the principal’s office to account for my conduct. Below are the tasks I vowed to accomplish in the last Writer … Continue reading

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Ghost Movie Review: The Woman in Black

The night finally arrived when I set out accompanied by daughter Manda to view the movie The Woman in Black. We found ourselves in a state of high excitement. We were not alone. The parking lot was packed. The theater … Continue reading

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