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Quirk Classics/Sci Fi and Fantasy Book Reviews
Reviews of Science Fiction and Fantasy Books
Quirk Classics/ Science Fiction & Fantasy Books
Quirk Classics are modern versions of selected classics. They are made more interesting for the people of today by the addition of zombies, robots, and other creatures, yet they still retain the literary quality of the originals.
Question and Quotation Marks, Exclamation Points
My last article on punctuation is on question marks, exclamation points, and quotation marks. There arenít a whole lot of rules to learn about their usage, but my articles on punctuation would not be complete unless I covered those rules as well.
Pursuit of Happiness - a Review
Historical novels have never been at the top of my list for choices in reading material, but since Iíve read "Pursuit of Happiness" by Sheldon Greene, they have moved far up on the list. This intriguing story takes place during the American Revolution.
Punctuation Day and Other Unusual Holidays
Maybe you want to add something just a bit different to your story. Have one of your characters celebrate one of these holidays. Even better, have your character become maniacal about the holiday or holidays your character chooses to celebrate.
Pumpkin Chunkin Days & Other Peculiar Holidays
How long will it take you to clean out your refrigerator on National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day? How many people will you tell to have a bad day on Have a Bad Day Day? Will you take advantage of Stay Home Because You're Well Day and stay home from work?
You believe your manuscript is ready for publication. What kind of publisher do you want to use? There are several different types of publishers, each one with its merits and downfalls.
Public Sleeping Day & Other Unusual Holidays
Are you going to try and catch a tooth fairy on National Tooth Fairy Day? Do you remove your brain on No Brainer Day? And do you celebrate Public Sleeping Day every day of the year?
Professor Gargoyle - a Review
Professor Gargoyle: Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #1, written by Charles Gilman, is the first volume in a new series of novels for young people, ages ten and up. The black-and-white illustrations throughout the book help bring the characters to life right in front of your eyes.
Primal - a Review
How would you react if you saw your husband and your child being threatened at gunpoint? Primal, the psychology thriller written by D.A. Serra, is about how one wife and mother reacts to this horrifying situation.
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