Books & Music

Karen Hancock

Noted reporter and sleuth, Emma Cross, is invited to an artist's gathering to report on the happenings. When one of the artists is found murdered, and the weather makes it impossible for anyone to leave, the suspense builds, and everyone feels they are in danger.

Michelle Anne Cope

This vignette was written by Charles Dickens in 1851. It is a far cry from the metamorphosis of character and heart we see in his well known story, A Christmas Carol. This vignette was extremely personal to Dickens. To this day, the message is still stark in meaning, and still universal to readers.

Lyn Sedmina

Have you ever experienced deja vu? What if what you were thinking wasn't just strangely familiar, but was a suppressed memory from your past? What if that memory was dangerous enough to get you killed?

Ije Yvonne

Here's a question for you: Does literature affect culture or does culture affect literature? What can we really say about one interlocking with the other? Read on!

Justin D. Davis

Ghosts, Spirits, Death, Eternal Damnation! ...of course, I speak of the yuletide classic "A Christmas Carol." Our annnual look at the classic immortal holiday ghost story for all ages.

Edie Dykeman

Former Police Chief Katherine Sullivan is drawn into a case by her deceased husband's former partner, Nathan Walker. The duo find they must look into past generations before they can focus on who killed the young gallery worker found on an art collector's estate.