Kelly Michele

As an avid reader and writer, Kelly has been addicted to books since before she could talk. At any given moment you will find a book (or three) tucked safely into her purse – just in case – and she is guilty of bringing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to finish at the performance of a local band.

One of her favorite feelings is getting lost in the pages of a book, and she will pretty much read anything that you put in front of her. A few of her favorites are: Atlas Shrugged, The Harry Potter series (Prisoner of Azkaban is the best), The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series, anything written my Laurie Notaro, and much, MUCH more!

The Boy Who Loved Batman: A Memoir By Michael Uslan [Review]


What kid hasn’t dreamed about bringing Batman to life? Even the non comic book reading children know who the iconic Dark Knight is, and I’d wager you’d be hard pressed to find a child who, hadn’t (at some point) pretended to be the Caped Crusader saving Gotham from the Joker. While this is a childhood dream, how many adults can step up and say they […]


Dark Eden By Patrick Carman [Review]

Dark Eden

You know how people always tell you to face your fears? Well, what if your fears are so crippling that even your doctor can help you get past them? Such in the story of Dark Eden by Patrick Carman. More psychological than horror, Dark Eden follows the story of seven teens that are sent on a retreat to face their phobias. Will Besting is one […]




The first book in a new series, THE SHADOWING: HUNTED was a great way to kick start this new creepy collection! Adam Slater mixes horror and macabre with creepy settings and wonderfully scary situations; I didn’t want to put the book down! The Shadowing: Hunted states that “Once every century, the barrier between the human world and the demon realm begins to break down. Creatures […]


DON’T SING AT THE TABLE By Adriana Trigiani [Review]

Book Don't Sing At the Table by Adriana Trigiani

This was my first time reading anything by Adriana Trigiani and truthfully it was the title that drew me to the story. DON’T SING AT THE TABLE is something that I’ve actually heard my entire life from family members (apparently if I did, I would end up with crazy husband) and I was intrigued to see what Trigiani did with this age old saying. I […]



The Vampire Film

If you’re a fan of the creatures of the night, then THE VAMPIRE FILM FROM NOSFERATU TO TRUE BLOOD By Alain Silver and James Ursini is just the book for you. In this latest edition of The Vampire Film both Silver and Ursini take the reader on a trip through the past all the way through to 2010 of the most influential vampire movies of […]


JACOB T. MARLEY By R. William Bennett [Review]

jacob t marley book

With the Christmas season right around the corner (anyone start their shopping yet??), may I present to you a book that will now be considered an annual “Holiday” read in my house. JACOB T. MARLEY takes the classic story of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, but puts a spin on it. Instead of following Ebenezer Scrooge, we actually get to take a look into the […]


ALIEN VAULT: The Definitive Story of the Making of the Film By Ian Nathan [Review]

alien vault book cover

I am a MASSIVE fan of the Sci-Fi/Horror/Suspense genre, so when I was given the chance to review the ALIEN VAULT: The Definitive Story of the Making of the Film book, I jumped for it. This book is a MUST HAVE for anyone that is even slightly interested in this genre of film, and for the ultimate Alien fan, it would be unacceptable for this […]


FALLING FOR ME By Anna David [Review]

Falling For Me

FALLING FOR ME by Anna David concerns a subject matter that any woman over the age of 25 can relate to. Since I fall into this category, I was pretty excited to pick up a copy and read this novel. There isn’t a person (man or woman) out there who hasn’t struggled with the “I’m not where I wanted to be at this point in […]


Q: A (TIMELESS) Love Story By Evan Mandery [Review]

q a timeless love story book

In Evan Mandery’s novel Q: A (TIMELESS) Love Story, the main character (whose name we never know) finds the girl of his dreams. Quentina Elizabeth Deveril, daughter of a well off construction firm owner, is the counterpart to our hero. She’s cute, sweet, and they have everything in common that young lovers could. Likes, dislikes, the list is endless. Q is supportive of his writing, […]


Blog Tour: SONG OF THE NILE By Stephanie Dray [Review]

Song of the Nile

Once again Stephanie Dray hits one out of the park with SONG OF THE NILE, the continuation to her first novel Lily of the Nile. We pick up with Selene, the daughter of Cleopatra who was kidnapped and taken from Egypt to Rome when she was a child. Now 14, Selene is desperate to get back to Egypt. So much in fact that she ends […]