You asked for it, you got it. There is now a paperback version of my Supernatural Interview book Come On In, the Water’s Bloody. If you’re not familiar with the book, it’s a collection of interviews I did with the cast and crew of Supernatural back when they thought they were only going to run five seasons! A few of the interviews such as the ones with Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Eric Kripke are from the Comic-Con press room. But the majority are one-on-one interviews that I conducted over the years. One of my favorites is the first interview I did with Misha Collins before Castiel even made his first appearance on the show. These interviews are a fun blast from the past and they’re often funny – because we know how much things have changed since then. (Misha said he wasn’t very internet savvy. LOL!) Order your paperback copy of Come on In, the Water’s Bloody at Amazon. Or you can order directly from me: $18.99 includes US shipping. Please contact me for international shipping   Related Images:Read More →

Sam and Dean Winchester run a small family business, that, like many third generation businesses, isn’t as profitable as they would like. Still, thanks to a strong work ethic and good word of mouth, the boys have managed to keep the doors open and the work flowing. Which is more than we can say for the 100’s of small family businesses that close up shop every day. Does your family business need a boost? Here are five lessons you can learn from the TV series Supernatural. Family businesses are complicated Working with family is always tricky because no matter how hard you try to keep it about business, personal feelings always have a way of slipping into the mix. Like most brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester have a history that often gets in the way of getting the job done. And Dean’s need to always be his little brother’s protector constantly rubs Sam the wrong way. When family squabbles dominate the workplace, it’s the employees and customers that are the biggest losers. The best way to keep family drama out of the mix is to hire a trusted, outside party to act as the voice of reason and tie-breaker. ThenRead More →

Sam. Dean. Castiel. The Impala. A Devil’s Trap – You know what I’m talking about and so does Angel of AngelQ Expressions on Etsy. She stopped by (virtually) to talk about the show, her creations and this very special fandom. How did you get into fandom in the first place? Angel: I can honestly say that the fandom found me and I am thrilled! I tend to get obsessed about my favorite things like Supernatural or Horror Movies or even coffee (and recently Saturday Morning Cartoons). I made and sold and my first Supernatural piece in May of 2009, which was the Exorcism Protection Amulet Beaded Necklace with Hematite. I was one of only a couple of shops back then that even made Supernatural-themed jewelry. Somehow, somewhere word got out and it’s been a whirlwind of Good Vibes from fans and friends alike ever since. I absolutely love our SPN Family. I really do. I’ve seen first hand what we can accomplish when we work together, from supporting charities like ‘A Dog’s Life Rescue’ to helping Supernatural win People’s Choice Awards through our diligent voting. Bobby Singer was right. Family don’t end with blood. What’s one of your favorite episodesRead More →

Marilyn Case has been designing jewelry for 15 years. A fan of Supernatural, she was inspired by Mary’s hunter bracelet and that sent her on her own hunt to find charms that symbolized the important icons from the show. She had intended to make one just for herself, but ended up donating two to fan-run charity auctions. So many people saw them and loved them that she decided to start making and selling them on a regular basis. This week, Marilyn takes the crafty seat to talk about her love of Supernatural, her jewelry and her fannish biz. Marilyn Case of Jewelry By Marilyn Website: Jewelry by Marilyn Etsy Store: Jewelry by Marilyn How did you get into fandom in the first place? Marilyn: Been a fan of Supernatural since the pilot. I was a fan of X-Files, Buffy, Firefly, all kinds of genre TV and movies. You’re obviously a Supernatural fan – what’s one of your favorite episodes or moments from the show? Marilyn: Love the serious shows, but some of the comedic ones are among my favorites. “French Mistake”, “Mystery Spot”, and “Changing Channels” to name a few. “Heart”, “All Hell Breaks Loose” and “Swan Song” are theRead More →