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Friday, December 8, 2023

Deck the Halls with Books Holiday Extravaganza with PNR Author Delta James + giveaway

Pecan Shortbread Cookies

Heat Oven to 325 degrees F

2 cups butter
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla (I use a skoosh more)
2 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
1-1/2 cups chopped pecans (closer to 1-3/4 cups)
4 cups flour

· Cream butter, sugars and vanilla until light and fluffy
· Beat in eggs
· Set aside
· Combine remaining ingredients and add to butter mixture
· Mix well

· Roll into 1 inch balls OR use cookie scoop to place on cookie sheet
· Flatten with a glass or cookie press, dipped in sugar
· Bake 8-15 minutes depending on your oven and desired texture—chewy or crisp
· Place on cooling rack

· Cookies are fragile; store in air-tight containers

by Delta James
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Cover Artist: Wicked Smart Designs
Will a charade under the mistletoe lead to a real love story?

Dash Samuels, a grumpy reindeer shifter, is faced with an ultimatum: marry by Christmas Day or lose his cherished family inheritance. The holidays are his least favorite time of the year and now he needs to find a mate? Panicked, he devises a plan to hire a woman to play his fake fiancée, until the inheritance is secured. But what he never anticipated was the whirlwind of emotions that would follow.

Noel Brooks, a spirited dreamer struggling to make ends meet, agrees to Dash's unconventional proposition out of necessity. The holidays are her favorite time of the year. As they embark on a charade filled with misunderstandings, holiday traditions, and undeniable chemistry, their carefully constructed façade begins to crumble, revealing the cracks in their hearts.

Dash needs to get from a grumpy humbug to a believer if he is going to catch his fated mate before it is too late.

Bah Humbug Mate is an enchanting story that reminds us that sometimes, the greatest gifts come wrapped in unexpected packages – and that true love is the ultimate holiday miracle.

Bah Humbug Mate Excerpt
A Mystic River Shifters Holiday Novella

“What do you mean I need to be mated by the winter holiday? Are you kidding me?” Dash said as he paced back and forth in the attorney’s office.

“Look, Dash, I didn’t write the damn will. Well, I guess technically I did, but your grandmother was very particular. She was very angry you left the herd. So, if you want to inherit what I agree is rightfully yours, you need to be married by the holiday deadline.”

“Which is?”

“December 24.”

“You aren’t serious.”

“I’m afraid I am. Your grandmother took these kinds of things seriously.”

“For heaven’s sake, Blitz, where the hell am I supposed to find a comely, female reindeer-shifter in the next…” he glanced at the calendar on the wall “twenty-three days?”

“Honestly, I don’t know, and there are provisions that will have you tied to this girl for at least ten years.”

Dash plopped down in the chair. “A decade? I have to spend a decade with some girl I don’t even know?”

“You know lots of girls,” said Blitzen.

“And none of them I’d want to marry.”

“Dude, for that kind of fortune, I’d marry Godzilla.”

“Do you have her number?”

Delta James is a USA Today bestselling paranormal and contemporary romantic suspense author, whose goal is to captivate readers with stories about complex, curvy heroines and the dominant alpha males who adore them. For Delta, romance is more than just a love story; it’s a journey with challenges and thrills along the way.

After creating a second chapter for herself that was dramatically different than the first, Delta now resides in Florida where she relaxes on warm summer evenings with her loveable pack of basset hounds as they watch the birds, squirrels and lizards. When not crafting fast-paced tales, she enjoys horseback riding, walks on the beach, and white-water rafting.

Her readers mean the world to her, and Delta tries to interact personally to as many messages as she can. If you’d like to chat or discuss books, you can find Delta on Instagram, Facebook, and in her private reader group

Thursday, December 7, 2023

The Legend of Gasparilla: A Historical Pirate Romance

Bridgerton meets Pirates of the Caribbean Welcome to the tour for The Legend of Gasparilla by S.T. Fernandez, a gorgeous historical fantasy full or romance and pirates!

by S.T. Fernandez
November 7, 2023
Genre: Historical Fantasy Romance
Pirates Bridgerton meets Pirates of the Caribbean in a story many argue is not a myth but a legend. Admiral José Gaspar of the Spanish Royal Navy had it all: the love of his life, Joséfa de Mayorga; the confidence of the King; and a plan to become one of the most successful merchants in all of Spain. But when a jilted former lover accuses him of stealing the crown jewels, he escapes Sevilla only to realize he’s duped into piracy, further staining his legacy. Gaspar continues down an immoral path he works relentlessly to resist. The dream life he yearned for with Joséfa slowly slips away, his reputation far too ruined to be worthy of her honor. After having her beloved ripped from her life, Joséfa and Gaspar’s friends work tirelessly to clear his name to no avail. When fate finally hands her a chance, she sets sail to find José, but fate is both friend and foe. Joséfa discovers the man she lost is different from the viscous pirate she rescues from certain death. When infamous pirate hunter Lieutenant Kearny of the USS Enterprise sets his sights on the new pirate, Gaspar must decide between a dark and perilous addiction to piracy or living a subdued life in the shadows. His darker inhibitions may take his soul hostage, and Joséfa’s love may not be enough to save him.

About the Author
ST. Fernandez
S.T. Fernandez, known as Stephanie, is originally from Orlando, Florida, and was born to two parents from La Isla del Encanto, Puerto Rico. She now resides in the beautiful small beach town of Ventura, California with her husband and their two wiener puppies. Stephanie is an avid reader of all levels of spicy, steamy romance—mostly in fantasy, historical, or paranormal genres. Just as much as she enjoys disappearing into a good book, creating a story that readers can disappear into brings her immense joy. She is currently working on her second book in the fantasy romance genre, full of wonderfully diverse characters and themes. S.T. Fernandez’s fantasy romance intertwines Puerto Rico’s Taino indigenous culture’s beautiful themes and language into a fantasy world. She is thrilled and excited to present it to readers when completed.

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Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Sky of Thorns (The Vandeleur Trilogy #1) by Fleur DeVillainy

We’re celebrating the release of Fleur DeVillainy’s Sky of Thorns! Read on for more details and add this beauty to your TBR!

Sky of Thorns (The Vandeleur Trilogy #1)

by Fleur DeVillainy
December 5, 2023
Genre: Fantasy Romance

🦄 Romantic Epic fantasy
🌹 Enemies to lovers
🦄 Morally gray MMC
🌹 Slow Burn Spice
🦄 Unicorn Shifter FMC

The people of Kallistar believed the land was in peace… but darkness stirs in the North…

On the eve of the autumn solstice, unicorn shifter Sybil Vandeleur is kidnapped and stolen away to the Kingdom of Shadowvale, charged with treason against the crown. Only, she has never committed any crimes.

Aramis Adrastos, crown prince of Shadowvale, is told otherwise. Tasked by his father to capture the leader of a rebel group, he corners the woman planning to infiltrate the palace and take down the kingdom from the inside. But as soon as he lays eyes on her, destiny and duty become tangled with desire and need. She incites his anger, fills him with longing, and makes him question everything he believes in. Her very presence tempts him to betrayal. Chained in a dungeon, at the mercy of an evil queen, Sybil’s only hope for salvation lies with the prince who was raised to loathe her, just for being a shifter.

In a world strained from rebellion and rife with injustice, two adversaries fight to overcome their prejudices and face the true enemy before them.

From author Fleur DeVillainy, comes a captivating, magical book that blends romance and adventure into a tantalizing read.

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About the Author

Fleur DeVillainy
Fleur DeVillainy is an American fantasy author. In the realm of imagination, where love and enchantment intertwine, she crafts tales of extraordinary adventure interwoven with romance, internal growth and found family. By day, she brings healing to little hearts as a pediatric nurse practitioner. By night, she lets her pen dance across pages, weaving magical worlds and captivating characters. When not weaving tales, she finds solace in baking, sewing, and gardening. Join her on the many whimsical journeys through words and discover the wonders that lie within. Check out her series The Vandeleur Trilogy, her comic series Wolf and I, and her co-written Calpa series today!
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Comic Review: Creepshow Holiday Special 2023 #1 (one-shot) from Skybound

Creepshow Holiday Special 2023 #1
Series: Creepshow
December 6, 2023
Writers: Daniel Kraus, James Asmus
Artists: Letizia Cadonici, Jonathan Wayshak
Skybound Press
CREEPSHOW is here to put the fear in your cheer!
You’ve heard of Santa, you’ve heard of Krampus, but have you ever heard of "The Christmas Man"? Witness the birth of a new horrifying holiday classic from DANIEL "DON'T CALL ME SANTA" KRAUS (The Shape of Water) and jolly JONATHAN WAYSHAK (Skin Crawl)!
Then, jovial JAMES ASMUS (Survival Street, Rick & Morty) and lively LETIZIA CADONICI (House of Slaughter) deliver a cautionary tale about stealing the wrong parcel in "Package Thief."

Andy Williams said it best in “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” 

“There’ll be scary ghost stories...”

Creepshow from Skybound stepped up to the plate to give us two pun-filled scary stories for your enjoyment!

The first story teaches us that is you f*** around with Christmas magic, you will found out. Here is some of the artwork from "Christmas Man."

This is the season of giving. Holly and Joy f*** around and found out if you decide to take.

Creepshow Holiday Special #1 is full of scary puns and karma, like any good holiday story should be. It is, after all...

 “...the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!”

5 "scary" Sheep


Monday, December 4, 2023

Reaper of Chaos (Blood of Saviors Book 1) by C.D. Britt + giveaway

She loves death.
He is Death.

Reaper of Chaos (Blood of Saviors Book 1)

A Reign of Goddesses Spinoff Series
by C.D. Britt
Genre: Urban Fantasy Romance
She loves death.
He is Death.

Thanatos took a fifty-year vacation from his duties as Death, psychopomp of the Underworld.
Returning to Halcyon, he meets Lira, a professor of Thanatology with the ability to see souls . . . and

Intrigued, he finds himself obsessed with learning about the woman who studies, and sees, death.
As he finds himself growing closer to the woman who has him fascinated for the first time in centuries, a devastating problem arises in both the mortal world and the Underworld.
People are no longer dying.

Thanatos and Lira now have a choice to make: each other or death itself.

**Don’t miss the Reign of Goddesses Series!**
Find them on Amazon

About the Author:
C.D. Britt began her writing journey when her husband told her she needed to use her excessive imagination to write stories as opposed to creating a daily narrative for him. Ever since she penned her first words, life has been a lot more peaceful for him.

She currently resides in Texas where she has yet to adapt to the heat. Her husband thrives in it, so unfortunately, they will not be relocating to colder climates anytime soon.

Their two young children would honestly complain either way.

When she is not in her writing cave (hiding from the sun), she enjoys ignoring the world as much as her children will allow with a good book, music, and vast amounts of coffee (until it’s time for wine).

C.D. Britt is the author of the Reign of Goddesses series, Clan of Shadows series, and the new Blood of Saviors series.

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Sunday, December 3, 2023

Ink Well--One writer’s process explained for the reader with Donnette Smith + giveaway

Ink Well--One writer’s process explained for the reader with Donnette Smith

So…the beginning of a new manuscript for me starts in a separate word document apart from the document I will be writing the manuscript in. The title of that document is called The Outline.

What is an outline and how do you go about writing one? Ask any author who uses one, and you’ll get a different answer every time. The process of my outline is as simple as I can make it. That’s because I’d rather save brain explosions for the manuscript. And there will be brain explosions. Clean up on aisle seven kind of brain explosions. But first things first.

The Outline
This nifty, little roadmap is a quick scene-by-scene summary of the guts of the manuscript. It goes something like this.

Scene One
Undercover DEA agent, George (this may or may not be his name. I’ll explain later) runs into ex-police officer, Sarah (who may or may not be Sarah) during an undercover sting operation to take down an infamous drug cartel. She is a flash from his past because they were madly in love once, but the affair ended in tragedy thirteen years ago when she called off the marriage to his brother on the day of the wedding. When she came clean with his brother and admitted she was in love with someone else, everything fell apart. His brother hung himself from the rafters of the church, and when George’s father discovered Sarah called off the wedding because she was in love with his other son, George, he vowed never to speak to his son again. And Sarah was forced to quit the police department because of the ridicule and backlash she received from her former officers. She ran as far away from George and that town as she could get. This is the first time George has seen her since the day she ran out on him thirteen years ago.

Now, he wonders what the hell she’s doing involved with a drug cartel. Even worse, how could she be romantically involved with the kingpin himself? But the pressure is on him to act like he doesn’t know her, or risk blowing his cover.

Knowing they are at the kingpin’s palace for a grand party, George keeps his cool, even though watching the kingpin paw all over Sarah evokes the kind of jealousy in him that could cause him to become careless and make sloppy mistakes. She was his one true love, and he’d never gotten over losing her.

However, when the kingpin gets down on one knee and proposes to Sarah in front of everyone, it’s the final straw for George. He excuses himself to use the bathroom, and stumbles onto the terrace to collect his muddled thoughts and calm his pounding heart. Just as he convinces himself Sarah is not the same person he knew, and he’s on the cusp of letting his feelings for her hinder the sting operation, she finds him on the terrace, and by the appearance of her, she remembers those hot summer nights they’d spent together just as clearly as he does.

He demands to know how she’d gone from being a respected police officer, to a drug lord’s lover. She refuses to answer, but instead makes it clear she knows he’s working undercover for the DEA. She warns he’s playing a dangerous game, and if the kingpin discovers who he is, he’ll not only kill him, but torture him in ways he could never imagine.

He is stunned she knows about the undercover operation. And when a tense argument causes her to get a little too close, he can’t resist drawing her into his arms and taking her lips in a heated kiss. He’s surprised when she doesn’t wrestle out of his embrace. But when the intimate moment passes, she chastises him for such reckless behavior and insists that he go back to his superior at the DEA and inform him that double crossing the drug lord will get them all killed.

The first scene in the outline is not like the others.
I always add a little backstory to the first scene of the outline. Of course, that much backstory doesn’t make its way into the first chapter. I will sprinkle the characters’ history throughout the story as I should. But slipping a little bit of their past into the first scene of the outline is a good reminder. it’s there in a quick glance if ever I must go back for reference.

So, what’s up with the temporary names?
By the time I finish with the outline, which usually takes me two to three weeks, I know how many characters will be in the story and can decide on official names for everyone, including the wicked kingpin, Sarah, and George. Because let’s face it, George is not the sexiest of names for a leading man. I apologize in advance to all the people out there by the name of George.

It’s manuscript time, baby!
Rarely do I have the title of the story in mind when I start writing the manuscript. The title will come to me…maybe…at some point. Sticky note to self…come up with a name for the story because you don’t want to revisit that time you got desperate and ran a contest on your Facebook page for the person who could come up with the best title within a twenty-four-hour period. Wait, that worked out okay.

No matter what they tell you, editing sucks.
Now that I’ve finished the first draft, I’m going back to the beginning to rewrite, rewrite, and rewrite some more. Or perhaps, there’s a needle lying around somewhere I can stick in my eye, because that would be less painful than writing this manuscript on repeat. Ever hear writers complain they can’t submit their story because it’s not good enough? Here’s the dirty little secret they don’t tell you. If you stare at your words long enough, you will develop an aversion to them so acutely you’d rather pluck out your nose hairs than allow your brain to absorb them for another second.

I say, save your brain and your nose hairs and let’s multitask. That’s why, as soon as I finish writing a scene, I go over it at that time and edit. Once I finish a chapter, I edit all the scenes in that chapter again before I type another word. Then I move onto the next scene and the next chapter. You get the point. I’ve found if I edit as I go, I can use my time more wisely. Plus, I won’t end up hiding in the basement where people with mush brain go. And my kids won’t have to coax me out with a king size Hershey bar.

At last, the manuscript is finished. What’s next?
Did I say editing sucks? Well, hold on to your pants because we’re about to take it to a whole new level. May I introduce you to what I call the mother of all edits? I’m referring to the five-hundred-page editing guide my publisher provided for me. Okay, so it’s more like thirty pages. But at this point, who’s counting?

I must check the manuscript for weak verbs such as
· Move
· Bring
· Brought
· Look
· Push
· Pull
· Press
· Walk
· Reach
· Went
· Came (as in came and went)
· Turned

Then find a stronger, more visual verb so the reader can better picture the action.

There are, of course, redundant words we need to remove while in the POV of our character. And we are always in the POV of our character. My sticky note even says so.
· Saw
· Watched
· Heard
· Thought
· Felt
· Knew
· Moved
· Reached

Here’s an example of passive POV
She heard Steve slam the door and felt a tremor of uneasiness run through her.

Here’s an example of active POV
Steve slammed the door, and a tremor of uneasiness ran through her.

We can do away with the words, heard and felt, because we are in the character’s POV and to say she heard and felt something is unnecessary. We are already experiencing the scene through her senses.

Now that we’ve run a search for all those words and made the corrections, we get to search for a thousand other writing dos and don’ts. Check for misused words, grammar & punctuation, cause & effect sentences, comma placement, dialogue tags, flashbacks, head-hopping, and so on and so forth. And here all you wanted to do was write a book, not map out astrophysics. Buy hey, who’s keeping score.

Once I’ve given the manuscript a final read-through, then and only then can I email it to my editor. I hit the send button and drink a large glass or bottle of wine…for the next two weeks straight. This is not a celebration. This is preparation for the torture my editor has in store for me when she tears apart my manuscript and sends it back to me in bits and pieces. If I remain in a drunken stupor, I find the whole process much more tolerable.

And that, my friend, is how I write a book. More or less. 

The Taken
by Donnette Smith
November 6th 2023
Published by: The Wild Rose Press
Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romanc
All Jenna Langley wanted was a chance to finally marry the man of her dreams. But when the spirit of a dead girl shows up at her wedding that only she can see, it becomes clear Jenna’s latest brush with death has caused the heightening of her psychic abilities to reach an unfamiliar and frightening level. Her new husband, Detective Cole Rainwater, vows to do whatever it takes to get to the root of Jenna’s disturbing sightings. But before he can investigate this mystery, his bride is taken right under his nose.

What started as a romantic honeymoon has turned into a fight for Jenna’s life. And the only path to freedom is through the help and guidance of a dead girl who was once the victim of the sex traffickers that have stolen away with Jenna.

About the Author:
Although not a native Texan, Donnette Smith has spent more than half her life living in the Lone Star State. She is an entrepreneur and former business owner of Tailor Maid Services LLC. After spending a few years working as a journalist for the Blue Ridge Tribune, she realized her love for writing romantic detective novels. Her stories cover a wide range of genres, from horror, time travel, mystery, fantasy, paranormal, and thriller. But one theme stays the same, there is always a detective solving a crime, and a gorgeous victim he would lay down his life to protect. Donnette’s biggest fascination is with forensic science and crime scene investigations. Her novels include, Cunja, a horror/mystery/suspense that debuted in 2012. Book 1 of The Spirit Walker Series, Killing Dreams, a fantasy/romance story with a paranormal element became available in September of 2021. Book 2 of The Spirit Walker Series, Buried Alive, was published on March 14, 2022. And her latest, book 3 of The Spirit Walkers Series, The Taken.

Tour-wide giveaway (US only)
a golden book box with books 1&2 of the Spirit Walkers Series. Book 1 Killing Dreams, and book 2 Buried Alive. One book will be autographed. The book box will come with a specially designed bookmarker, a Spirit Walkers Series coffee mug, Chai tea, and a scented, therapeutic candle.

Saturday, December 2, 2023

Book Review: Christmas Magic Paperback by Pamela K Kinney (Author), Brit Austin (Illustrator)

Christmas Magic Paperback
by Pamela K Kinney (Author), Brit Austin (Illustrator)
October 31, 2023
44 pages
Publisher: Little Dreamers
Genre: Children's Christmas Books, Children's Folk Tales & Myths
The Season of Christmas is not just for humans. It is a season of joy for things natural and unnatural, too.

Join the celebration!

Award-winning author Pamela K. Kinney's first children's book is wonderfully, magically illustrated by independent artist Brit Austin.

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A charming telling about how the magical faerie world celebrates the season along with the human Christmas celebrations. The illustrations are black and white...would love to see a brightly colored version!

4 "magical" Sheep


About the Author:
Pamela K. Kinney gave up long ago trying not to listen to the voices in her head and has written award-winning bestselling horror, fantasy, science fiction, poetry, nonfiction ghost books, and a cryptid book ever since. Three of her nonfiction ghost books garnered Library of Virginia nominations. Her horror short story, "Bottled Spirits," was runner up for the 2013 WSFA Small Press Award and is considered one of the seven best genre short fiction for that year. One of her ghost books went to second printing and second edition with new stories and photos added.

Pamela and her husband live with one crazy black cat. Along with writing, Pamela has acted on stage and film, does paranormal investigations for Paranormal World Seekers for AVA Productions, and is a member of Horror Writers Association and Virginia Writers Club. Learn more about Pamela K. Kinney at

Friday, December 1, 2023

The Funky Werepig Show Season 4: Episode #26

Season 4: Episode #26
Hey but hey, howdy and Harroink!

Happy Turkey Day! And you can't spell T-h-a-n-k-s-g-i-v-i-n-g without 'Misty Blues.'

Your Funky Werepig is giving his annual thanks with one of our all-time favorites, GINA COLEMAN! Bringing the stories, the laughs, and that beautiful kick bahookie music that only MISTY BLUES can bring.

We're all at the kiddie table-- eating stuffing and chugging Zima. And we saved a seat for you!

Gina Coleman
Blues singer
Blues and Blues Infused Jazz, Funk and Soul
Gina is a graduate of Williams College.  She began singing in 1990 on a dare by her co-workers and hasn’t turned back since.  She began performing in a duet, The Siblings.  Gina shortly started her own duet, Cole-Connection, which blossomed to a five-piece band that allowed her to showcase some of her original music.

Music Spotlight
Misty Blues

**Make sure you don't miss the the answers to those burning questions (the kind you can't solve with
What is the werepig thankful for? (do you even want to know?)
Will Mike Aronin finally get to appear on the FUnky Werepig show?
 Who is JJ Glamour talking about? And you don't want to miss him singing "Scrub Down for Jesus."

And whatever is happening here...

click to hear!

Watch the show HERE

The Funky Werepig
Once a live internet radio show. Kind of like Animal House meets Larry King. Now a YouTube show. And no one knows what the hell Animal House or Larry King are. So throw your pants in the air like you just don't care!

Comic Review: Lords of LA #1 Frank Zanca

Lords of LA #1
by Frank Zanca
Art by: Alex Femenias, Maria Keane
Colors by: Luis Antonio Delgado, James Brown
Letters by: Anaid Melendez
Cover art by: Hedwin Zaldivar
Genre: Graphic Novel, Action/Horror
Publisher: Destiny Horizons, Inc.
Number of pages: 48
Cover Artist: Joe Sanchez
Vampires, the Mob, 1950s Hollywood = Awesome

Lena Morgan was an exotic-looking lounge singer with hopes of achieving the Hollywood dream in 1952. Here dreams were dashed when she became entangled in a lust triangle between the two mob bosses who ruled the city. She found herself turned into a vampire and was forced to leave her newborn son behind for fear of losing control and hurting him. She spent sixty years training to live among humans, building a fortune, and learning not only to fight, but to dominate. Returning to LA, she has one thought, one goal – revenge on both crime families.

Lords of LA is an 18+ indie horror graphic novel. My review of Issue #1 one is below. Issue #2 is currently on Kickstarter with only a few days left to support. Here is the link to check it out
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Review of Issue #1
Lords of LA Issue #1 does give all the 1950s mobster vibes. These vampires are pure evil like they should be in a horror story. If you need trigger warnings, this graphic novel (heavy on the graphic) is probably not for you. There is a lot of violence and blood and torture of men and women and lots of sex.
I really enjoyed the story. It happens in two timelines: in the 1950s, when the protagonist, Lena Morgan, is attacked by a vampire mobster, and in 2006 when she returns for her revenge. To help keep the timelines straight, the 50s have tan backgrounds and 2006 has blue. Keeping up with the "when" is pretty easy. But I did have problems keeping up with who the characters were. Sometimes, they looked too much alike. I had to go back and reread to keep people and multiple plots straight. There were a few plot holes too.

There is a lot of potential for this horror comic series. And who doesn't love a pissed-off character getting revenge on those who deserve some karma?

4 "bloody" Sheep


About the Author:

Frank Zanca is an award-winning writer and producer with over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry. Frank’s first published work was the Shadow Raven comic book in 1995. He has since created the Destiny Aurora franchise, which has been wildly successful in both novel and graphic novel forms. It also spawned a board game, and the audiobook is now available on Audible. Also available on Amazon is Frank’s acclaimed WWII biography Escape from Berlin based on the life of Diane Jacobs.

Frank wrote and produced Six Gun Savior, the Supernatural/Western, starring Eric Roberts and Martin Kove (Cobra Kai), along with Star Trek: Renegades.