TopShelf Magazine Holiday Edition

The Holiday Edition of TopShelf Magazine is live now.





The magazine also features a column of mine where I write about a Caballo de Troya, a novel by Spanish author J. J. Benitez.
You can read it here:  http://joom.ag/p2hL/p8

December edition of The Big Thrill

For the December edition of The Big Thrill I had the opportunity to write about Con Lehane's new mystery Murder in the Manuscript Room.



http://www.thebigthrill.org/2017/11/murder-in-the-manuscript-room-by-con-lehane/


October's column in TopShelf Magazine

The October edition of TopShelf Magazine features an article of mine about Mary Shelley´s Frankenstein.


Read it here:

Which comes first, the reader or the story?

This week I´m participating along with authors Neil Placky and Steven Cooper discussing the subject of which comes first, the story or the reader.

Join us at the following link:

http://www.thebigthrill.org/2017/10/october-23-29-which-comes-first-the-reader-or-the-story/#comment-37732

007 and The Beatles, a love-hate relationship

Today I had the opportunity to write for The Spy Command about one of my favorite topics: James Bond.

 007's love-hate relationship with The Beatles

Although it’s hard to imagine now, there was a time when some people didn’t like the music from The Beatles. Back in 1964, the group was still a relatively new band that the teenagers went crazy over. In contrast, adults thought of The Beatles as a fad, as ephemeral as a lightening. Oh, and they also thought The Beatles made nothing but noise.

Continue reading at:
https://hmssweblog.wordpress.com/2017/10/09/007s-love-hate-relationship-with-the-beatles/