Haunted Places

Almost Dark, by Letitia Trent It's a sunny day in New York City and I am happily browsing in my favourite bookstore. The breath-taking skyline outside and the familiar smell of coffee and printed paper inside is what makes my morning so special. Books are everywhere. Classics, thrillers, fantasy, sci-fi, romance.…

Time Travel

Indiana Belle, by John A. Heldt From Charles Dickens (A Christmas Carol) to Diana Gabaldon (Outlander) and Stephen King (11/22/63) time traveling has always held a deep fascination for a lot of writers. Not to mention the widespread appreciation among readers of all ages. So, pack your bags because time traveling is a thing! John A.…

Tim Burton Strikes Again

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, by Ransom Riggs   [caption id="attachment_2182" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Watch the trailer here![/caption]   Tim Burton does his magic and Miss Peregrine's Home to Peculiar Children jumps at n.4 in the Children's Series Chart of The new York Times (its previous peak was n.25 on…

Vampires

Amaranthine, by Lanie Jacobs Will we ever get bored of vampires? After the huge success of  The Twilight Saga, which book sales are estimated at 100 million copies, a big horde of blood-suckers hit stores and libraries all over the world. Personally, I don't mind reading about vampires and other night-crawling creature, but…