Book Review: Strangers Have the Best Candy by Margaret Meps Schulte

I picked this up as a book about a woman encouraging talking to strangers as a way of meeting unique characters and hear great stories appealed to me. The problem is that while we should all give strangers a chance, and you're bound to hear some good stories MMS is not the woman to recount … Continue reading Book Review: Strangers Have the Best Candy by Margaret Meps Schulte

Book Review: Gunthar and the Jaguar Queen by Steve Dilks

I checked this out because I'm keen to read a few more fantasy novels and this was cheap on the Kindle. It also looked to be a quick, easy read and in that respect it was an accurate assessment. To say Dilks owes a debt to Edgar Rice Burroughs (the Barsoom series particularly) and Robert … Continue reading Book Review: Gunthar and the Jaguar Queen by Steve Dilks

Book Review: The Death of WCW by R. D. Reynolds and Bryan Alvarez

The Monday Night Wars took place during my break from wrestling, but it was a historic and important time for professional wrestling. The two major companies WCW and WWF (now the WWE) went head to head. For a while WCW was in front, thanks in part to the fact it was bankrolled by Ted Turner … Continue reading Book Review: The Death of WCW by R. D. Reynolds and Bryan Alvarez