You Don’t Have to be Greek to be a “Zorba” Fanatic

No, the sport is not called ‘Zorba’, but it most definitely fits for this article’s title. This most unusual sport is actually called ‘Zorbing’, and has caught on like wildfire across the globe. And now, seeing as that the NBA has wrapped, with Golden State proving that they were determined to make amends for last season; and with the NHL closing up shop for the season with the Penguins raising that ginormous Stanley Cup high in the air, it seems like a truly good time to switch gears and talk about the sport that’s getting more and more attention by the minute.

A-List Cast Expertly Executes Cat-and-Mouse Crime Thriller

  Triple 9 DVD Review by Kam Williams A-List Cast Expertly Executes Cat-and-Mouse Crime Thriller     Irina Vlaslov (Kate Winslet) assumed the reins of an Atlanta-based crime syndicate after her husband Vasili (Igor Komar) was sent up the river. Despite the jailing of the ruthless mobster, the gang’s operations have continued to flourish with […]

Americans Hunted by Terrorists in International Political Thriller

  No Escape DVD Review by Kam Williams Americans Hunted by Terrorists in International Political Thriller After the company he works for files for bankruptcy, Jack Dwyer (Owen Wilson)  accepts a position overseas with Cardiff, a transnational, water bottling corporation. But the native Texan really regrets that his new job will involve uprooting his wife, […]

Kids Disappear in Dust Storm in Atmospheric Aussie Thriller

Strangerland Film Review by Kam Williams Kids Disappear in Dust Storm in Atmospheric Aussie Thriller Pharmacist Matthew Parker (Joseph Fiennes) has just moved his family from Australia’s capital city of Canberra to a tiny town in the Australian Outback where he has accepted a position at the only drug store for miles around. The impetus […]

A Matriarch Worthy of Psycho Appears in Mother, Mother by Koren Zailckas

   by Amy Lignor To put things in the simplest terms when describing this novel; think, Mommie Dearest meets Psycho. Then just sit back, open the book and have an absolute ball.   Josephine Hurst is ‘Mother’ – a very dominant and controlling individual. Josephine and her family live in a beautiful home, and she […]

The Incense Game Delves Into a Mysterious Culture & An Interesting Murder!

  Readers may be surprised to learn that this interesting title is actually book #16 in this author’s series featuring Sano Ichiro, who is now the Honorable Chamberlain, not to mention the Shogun’s second in command. (Let’s face it, when you’ve written sixteen novels about a character, you know that it’s one of the ‘best-of-the-best’ […]

Never Say Pie by Carol Culver is a Delicious Cozy Mystery!

Never Say Pie by Carol Culver is a Delicious Cozy Mystery! By Amy Lignor Hanna Denton is now a baker thanks to her grandmother who owned The Upper Crust Pie Shop in Crystal Cove, California. When Grandma retired to an upscale retirement home, Hanna took over and has kept the shop successful. Now she’s on […]

Playing Dead Offers A Tale Full of Twists and Turns by Julia Heaberlin

Playing Dead Offers A Tale Full of Twists and Turns by Julia Heaberlin By Amy Lignor Tommie McCloud lives in the small town of Ponder, Texas, and has enjoyed a good, solid life overall. She, her sister Sadie, and her brother Tuck, were raised in a nice household where Mom was an accomplished pianist and […]