Why are names like Peter, Jessica, and Bobby being passed over for the likes of Taylin, Kolbie, and Rashzel?
When you hear the phrase “Femme Fatale” you probably think of the definition popularized by the “Noir” genre.
Assassin’s Fate stands as an epically, beautifully, painfully poignant ending to a long and fantastic set of series.
Reading the This is Where I Leave You novel before watching the movie version made seeing the visual story a better experience.
This novel’s strongest aspect is definitely its world, more specifically the shapeshifting magic and the mythology.
This year’s winners, Blake Rayment and Hannah Ewing, tied for first-place and both received gold awards.
The Douglas College Creative Writing Department has launched the 36th annual edition of Pearls, an anthology of student-written works from a variety of genres and a range of courses in the department.
What its novels lack in moral messages and optimism, they usually more than compensate for with cynicism and gratuitous violence.
The Silmarillion is a massively dense collection of epics and histories from the world of Middle-earth, which is a mythologized account of the prehistory of our own world.