The description of “It is in Us All” was strange and puzzling to me: “a sexually charged boy”. Was the film pornographic in nature featuring an underaged male participant? I wasn’t intrigued by that but decided to watch in order to disprove or better understand why it was phrased in such a way, especially when […]
Interview With Red Haircrow at Top2Bottom Reviews
A guest post “Sailing Into Summer“, a 3 winner giveway and the full interview with me, followed by an excerpt of my upcoming release “The Angel of Berlin” are available at Top2Bottom Reviews. Thanks so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to be with us today, Red. Will you begin by […]
Interview of Red Haircrow at Bibrary Booklust
Bibrary Booklust A blog for book lovers with open minds and open hearts: dedicated to the power of creativity, the wonder of originality, the delight of curiosity, the beauty of diversity, and the joy of imagination. “The Bibrary is dedicated to reviewing LGBT themed literature (with a definite empasis on the ‘T’), imaginative fiction (fantasy, […]
Write of a review of your own work? The Self-Critique
Here’s my review of “Katrdeshtr’s Redemption”, The Night Cat, Book One, written by me. Description: Ancient, brutal beauty, Katrdeshtr the Night Cat, Russian vampire and incorrigible mischief maker turns to old pleasures to relieve his eternal boredom, yet when his sometimes partner finds a new love, satisfaction takes on new meaning. This change of events […]
A Discussion on Response to Reviews: Elitism?
It seems to happen often enough, but a topic was raised on the writers forum group of Dreamspinner Press a few days ago regarding “Nasty Reviews”. The question was, should a writer ever respond to a nasty review. Considering the fact, I had recently had a review at Three Dollar Bill reviews which, while the […]
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