Carol Van Natta is mostly known for her scifi space opera but this month, coming back down to earth with a paranormal romance based around Native American magic. While she was on planet, she took time to answer my burning questions about how she got her start and where she’s going from here. Can i . . . read more
I don’t remember how I first learned about Star Wars, but I do recall my being desperate to see it. Lucky for me, the movie was going to premiere at a theater in Philadelphia – just a quick train ride from my home town in NJ. Then, I got even luckier. A local radio station . . . read more
Do you need more fandom in your life? Fannish jewelry that only a fellow fan will recognize? A mug with your favorite fannish quote filled with TV show inspired tea? Perhaps you’ve been thinking about starting your own fannish business, filming a fan documentary, starting a fan website or a meetup app for fans of . . . read more
We found this fantastic, rotary telephone at an estate sale today. We’ve been looking for one to add to our retro tech collection but when we saw that this one was in Irwin Allen orange, we had to buy it. The previous owner still had it attached to the wall! We went to lunch after . . . read more
Maybe you can’t afford these classic collectibles from The Munsters, but you can afford the catalog. Grab if before it’s gone at Blacksparrow, Inc.
I’ve read ghost love stories, vampire love stories and stories about love between a witch and a mortal. But I’ve never read a paranormal romance set in Ancient Egypt — until now. Veronica Scott is the author of “The Gods of Egypt” series and she was kind enough sit down with me to talk writing, . . . read more