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The Demonologist

Conviction is a dying art. Speaking with certainty on matters of principle and truth are often shunned – especially when dealing with morals, spirituality, and conscience. In my experience, taking a stand for a belief that encapsulates assumed truths is … Continue reading

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“On Writing – A Memoir of the Craft” by Stephen King

I finished On Writing – A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King yesterday while driving home from a quick stop to pick up coffee from my wife’s favorite coffee spot. It has taken me a little over a month … Continue reading

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“Red Sky Blues” by Matthew Davis – A Book Review

Red Sky Blues, written by Matthew Davis, is a fast paced tale set in the desert town of Hanford, California; a haven for dreadfully wicked and impossible beings living secretly among humankind. Thomas Grey, occult scholar and reclusive mage, is … Continue reading

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