From horror classics to Star Wars, The Dead Don't Die has something to say about it in the latest movie by director, Jim Jarmusch.
Check out my review on Monday morning at 8:40 on WHMI or you can catch it on my movie review page.
Do you have a favorite horror movie? I loved Poltergeist and the original Friday the 13th movie.
Many of us dream of a perfect mate. The one who can complete us, making us feel loved and appreciated. What if that was someone who could shield you from harm? Their magic worked in harmony with yours. What if they were the last of your species?
Ms. Pagano's new series is about a supernatural hotel where the last two faeries find themselves. Neither one came in thinking about love or a perfect mate, but they found it...along with danger.
Hidden in plain sight, is a mysterious hotel that doubles as a supernatural refugee: The Soppronaturale.
Each supernatural inhabitant has a specific purpose, job, and destiny.
All to keep the hotel running and its secrets safe.
Vampires exist. Werewolves exist. Witches exist. Shape Shifters exist. And now Faeries exist.
The last two Faeries, once unified, could be the most powerful forces on Earth.
Ommily, newcomer to the Soppronaturale, offensively controls and manipulates the four elements; Fire, Earth, Wind and Water. While Link defensively uses their energy to shield Ommily and himself from even the darkest magic.
They could protect all others. But first, they have to defeat the Gauntlet.
The elevator doors cut off our connected gaze. The second they shut, I hunch over the counter in relief, leaning on Kyran.
“What the hell was that?”
“I think you mean, who the hell was that?” Kyran pats me on the back. An evil and cunning smirk creeps across his face.
“What do you mean who?” I grip my chest, scrunching up my starchy uniform underneath.
Kyran spins me into the back room when no one is watching. “That, my dear boy, that was you. The only other you in the whole, vast world.”
“That’s impossible.” I say in a brittle voice, my eyes swelling with tears.
“Impossible…yet here she is.”
About the Author:
Ashley Pagano has always dreamed of being an artist both figuratively and literally. Her love of art was instilled by her mother who always inspired her to be creative either with a paintbrush or with a pen and paper. As far back as she can remember her life was always centered around introspection, storytelling, and imagination. Because she is so artistic, she took to the idea of creative writing very passionately. Her ability to describe a scene, person, or place, she compares to painting a picture, where she can describe every detail vividly in order to make the reader feel like they’re truly living in the story. Her works of writing usually center around a powerhouse female protagonist (which reflect her own personality), who progresses through many wild and extreme obstacles. Ashley loves to write stories that end with a cliffhanger, that have the reader begging for more and questioning what happens next. Her most recent novel sets the stage for the paranormal romance of the century and includes ghosts, poltergeists, and demons who just love to get in the way of true love. Ashley has won awards for her design, art, and writing.
Ashley doesn’t believe in down time whatsoever and actually loves having a full “To-Do”list. Ashley is a wife to her wonderful husband, Eric and a mother to a beautiful little baby girl named Dakota. She is also a Graphic Designer and a health and fitness coach. Her husband and daughter inspire her to be the best person she can be and encourage her to pursue any of her dreams (no matter how extravagant they may be).
Men in Black: International brings Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth together again in this sequel of the original series, now set worldwide.
You can catch my review on Monday, June 17th at 8:40 on WHMI or check it out on my review page.
Do you have a favorite Chris Hemsworth movie? Would you go see a movie just because he was in it?
Many times we have fallen in love with the bad boys or villian. Think Loki. He's the bad guy but we learn to love him as we find his anger comes from the pain of his childhood.
Clara Winter has created such a fascinating bad guy in Alexandre. He literally lost his head in the last Immortal Kindred book and we lost our hearts. Now Alexandre is back and he's met his match!
Love has no limits…
Alexandre has retreated from the world. He has no one to love, nowhere to call home. While licking his wounds in the middle of nowhere, Alexandre is approached by Irish lass, Bria. She has a proposal for him; to follow her to Ireland and fight demons.
Alexandre finds this amusing, but intriguing. More than anything, he is curious to see the individual who sent Bria, someone from his ancient past.
In Ireland, Alexandre confronts a dilemma greater than fighting demons. He must face down fiends of all kinds, deciding once and for all who he really is. Sparks fly between Bria and Alexandre, adding to the already complicated situation. Can a bad boy vampire really change?
The King of Kings is set in southern Ireland with a glimpse back to Ancient Egypt.
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