The Manitou – Horror Book Review

The Manitou is definitely Graham Masterton’s bread-and-butter, the series being the best books he’s ever written. He went on to write many great novels, a total of 101 in all! Book review written by horror author, A.R. Braun. In 1976’s The Manitou, based in San Francisco, something is growing on the back of an attractiveContinue reading “The Manitou – Horror Book Review”

Jimi Hendrix Loved to Read Sci-Fi Before He Had a Guitar

Happy Birthday, Sci-Fi Lover, Jimi Hendrix. Born #OTD in 1943, Jimi always lived in a bit of a fantasy world – as a kid, he carried around a broomstick he’d pretend to play for over a year, till he saved up enough for a guitar. Growing up in Seattle, Jimi had a hectic family lifeContinue reading “Jimi Hendrix Loved to Read Sci-Fi Before He Had a Guitar”

Literary Birthday – Stevenson, Author of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde

Author of “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, Robert Louis Stevenson was born #OTD in 1850. Stevenson was a Scottish novelist and travel writer, most noted for Treasure Island, Kidnapped, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and A Child’s Garden of Verses. Born and educated in Edinburgh, Stevenson suffered fromContinue reading “Literary Birthday – Stevenson, Author of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde”

How Long it Took 40 Writers to Complete Their Works

How Long it Took 40 Writers to Complete Their Works with mind on fire books

Jack London – Author of the Wonderful Book, “Call of the Wild”

Author of the wonderful book Call of the Wild, Jack London, was born on this day, 1876, in California. Jack was an American author best known for the adventure novels “White Fang” and “The Call of the Wild.” Jack grew up working-class. He carved out his own hardscrabble life as a teen. He rode trains,Continue reading “Jack London – Author of the Wonderful Book, “Call of the Wild””

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