BOOK REVIEW: Darylle Mak’s AMBROSIA

Darylle Mak‘s AMBROSIA is an eco-fantasy adventure series about a fictional sixteen year old heroine, Amber Emerys, who lives on an island hidden in the Northern sea. She is young, ambitious and want to explore the lands beyond Tir Na Draoichta or the Magical Isle. Amber embarks on a quest after fleeing her home in pursuit of her own independence …

Book Review: Kawasaki and Welch’s APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur

Guy Kawasaki and Shawn Welch‘s APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur – How to Publish a Book is a fantastic and definitive how-to guide to self publishing. Kawasaki and Welch’s thoroughly researched every aspect of self-publishing and made that information available to anyone who has ever considered publishing their very own book–without going through the confusing and often complicated process of submitting …

Kimberly Chapman’s ‘Finding Gaia’ – Review

An intriguing tale of romance and plant powers. Finding Gaia is not your average romance tale; it involves immortality, unique nature altering powers, and two lovers who have experienced the extreme polarities of the human race. There are bits of romance, intimacy, and action as the pair and their allies come face to face with evil researchers, jealous outsiders, and …

Cary Fukunaga to Adapt Stephen King ‘IT’ Into Two Films

The Hollywood Reporter – (June 7, 2012) American director Cary Fukunaga is set to remake the Stephen King novel, It, into two films. The pair of films are going to be Warner Bros. Studios productions, produced by KatzSmith Production with two representatives in the form of Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg. Fukunaga will co-write the scripts with Chase Palmer (Neo-Noir, Dune) and Roy Lee. Dan …