Friday, May 27, 2016

DEBATABLE.......Isn't It??

Welcome to a brand new series on our Blog. Every now and then we will pick up a topic that we think is debatable and our today's topic is: Are books better or Movie/Sitcom adaptations?

We have with us an artist who would like to shed some light on the topic. You will either find him binge watching Netflix or reading on his Kindle or  so I thought why not ask him about it (BTW he has a job too when he's not doing the above said stuff). We can view his talent on Instagram: Arte_es_la_vida

Handing over the page to him:

Let’s get one thing out of the way, I am a movie buff. A big one at that actually. That being said, I cherish books a lot. I count my day worth if I can manage to get one good read out it, no matter how small it is. So in a way, One of the books on my night stand always has its page dog-eared. But I am sure a lot of you do that.

Now, you can easily start a war (or at least a heated discussion if exaggeration is not allowed) when you ask a group of your friends whether the books or their movie adaptations are better. More than half of them are hard-core movie addicts and the rest are more of book reading type or ‘Sophisticated and urbane’ as they’d like to think of themselves and would criticize the $#i+ out of any on-screen adaptation of their favorite book. As apparent from my beginning statement, movies are great. I mean how you can resist breathtaking visual effects and vivid scenes which prove the saying “A picture speaks thousand words”.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t prefer movies over books. What I prefer is movies ‘and’ books. I see an upcoming movie trailer, I hunt down a book it is based on. By the time that movie comes out, I’ll have already read my way through the book. When you finally see the movie, that feeling which comes from seeing imaginative world you have formed while reading a book come to life, is literally over-whelming. You just adore every frame of it. Let’s take an example of a #1 on-screen adaptation on my list, The ‘Shawshank Redemption’. Every page of that book was better than the last. I wasn’t particularly jazzed when I started the watching movie, thinking how they can possibly top that. But I was proved awfully wrong, thank god, within first 20 minutes of movie when I was subjected to extraordinarily impressive voice of Morgan Freeman commentating, while watching all characters fostering an exquisite environment which binds you until the end where the climax is orgasmic (no pun intended).

Of course they have to make some changes in sequence of scenes and pour some nominal plot variations to make it fit better on-screen but as long as there are no stupid twists in plot or character abolishing direction, the movie is always quite enjoyable. Unlike those ‘sophisticated’ folk mentioned earlier I do not go and watch a movie to point out how different it is from book. Hell, I ain’t no professional critic. Then there are some cases where an adaptation is a catastrophe, in that case sure you can share a few laughs talking about things that went horridly wrong in the adaptation, no big deal.

There are dozens of examples I can give of books that have been artfully brought on screen, but I will just name one ‘Game of Thrones’. Need I say more?

Well, well, well, it's always good to know the thoughts of  creative people and I hope we all will stalk his talent on Instagram: Arte_es_la_vida

BTW the artist has no name :P 

JK: It's Harry Maghera 

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Thursday, May 26, 2016


Every time you pick a book and start reading you enter a whole new world of imagination. Today we have Mr Erik Straker, author of Incantations who is fan of horror and mystery genre.  He is 38 years old, and lives in Western Maryland. He has two years of film school under his belt from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco (major in screenwriting), and he is a brand new author.  So let's hear from him directly: 

1) Tell our readers a little more about yourself? How did you begin writing?

I’ll avoid the standard author bio info as that can be found on all my media. I’m simply a guy who loves books and movies and stories way too much. I always wanted to be a part of that world of story creators.
I’ve always written in some form or fashion, but the fiction bug really took hold in my teenage years. I started with poetry and short stories in high school. I tried a novel or two, but always abandoned them halfway through. I wasn’t quite ready for longer works and didn’t have my process down yet. I wrote screenplays and made short films with my friends. I went to film school for two years and studied screenwriting.
2016 was the year I decided I’d take the plunge and begin self-publishing after finding out all I could about it. In January I released a book of dark poetry entitled Fairy Tale Destruction, and in February I released Incantations, my first real book. I write every day, and there are many more stories I have to tell.

2) Where do you take inspiration for your characters from? (Friends/Family)

My characters always come to me half-formed, and I have a bare inkling of who they are. I know the role they serve in the story, but it’s not until I’m writing their scenes do they start to come alive and talk to me. There are things I borrow from family and friends, such as Lillian’s love of mermaids, Gerbera daisies, and her favorite show being Twin Peaks. Mostly, I know how they look to me. I put them in situations, and then I let them inform me who they are by how they handle those situations. I love that part of writing.

3) I am intrigued with the title of the book. How did you decide to choose Incantations for your book's title?

Like many of my titles, it just kind of came to me at the beginning of the creative process I go through before starting a project. Titles are more informative to me than the plot sometimes. When I think of a title, I can immediately imagine the tone of the story, the general idea, images flashing through my brain. With Incantations, I knew the word meant a magical invocation, usually for use in raising or communicating with the dead. I had an image of a Ouija board, a dark basement, and a secret. I let my imagination do the rest.

4) Your books talk a lot about witches and magic. How much research went into writing it?

This might sound very unexciting, but virtually no research went into the actual witches and magic parts of the book. I’m a horror junkie from way back and I’ve seen more movies and read more books about horror, witches, and magic than I know what to do with. I try not to make my version of witches cookie-cutter or cliché, but I’m sure that’s debatable. I actually had someone ask me if the spells from the book were real spells because they sounded so authentic. My trade secret is that I fed a lot of Latin and medical terms into an online generator for roleplaying enthusiasts to create spells for their campaigns. I then handpicked the coolest sounding ones. Most of my research went into making my fictional town in New Hampshire seem authentic (I visited there once) and figuring out an appropriately haunting song from 1971 to fit my timeline.

5) Are you a believer of supernatural elements?

I have a strong fear of ghosts. Most writers of the horror genre will tell you to write about what scares you, so it wasn’t hard to put myself in Angela’s shoes and relate the emotions I would feel if those things were happening to me. There’s a child-like part of me that thinks it would be so cool if there was this huge underworld of supernatural creatures which we didn’t know existed but were closely guarded secrets. Werewolves, witches, vampires, magic. I love every genre of those creatures and elements and will surely be delving more into those themes with my future books and stories.

6) What was the most challenging part while writing the book?

Keeping the timeline straight with all the births and events through the Delapaz bloodline. My first draft I realized I’d botched it up big time because I didn’t take the time to create a visual timeline. I had dates going all over the place and times that didn’t quite match up. My outlining process is very intense and I almost pre-write the book in my outline phase. This was my first time delving that far back into history and lineage. I’ve now added creating a timeline to my outlining process for every book.

7) What is your suggestion to new writers?

My advice is to write what you like. Don’t let anyone tell you a certain genre won’t find fans. If I wrote strictly for a paying audience, I’d be writing erotica right now. I write the kinds of books I’d like to read. I know there are crazy people out there who have tastes similar to mine, so I don’t worry too much about the genre. Also, have fun. This is one job where we get to play and create as if we were kids again, and we get paid to do so. Read books, watch movies and television, talk to people. Absorb stories. That, plus writing every day, will make you a better writer.

8) Tell us more about your upcoming works?

I have several books in the works, all in various stages of completion. I have a dark action/thriller titled Remember about a young woman who awakens in the desert with no memory and only a few clues to her past and her identity. Another horror/thriller ghost story that takes its cues from urban legends titled Bloody Betty. And I even have plans to start a kid’s mystery series under a different name. There are many more projects constantly being announced at my website, which will be listed below.

9) I read something about you watching Game of Thrones? What is your prediction for the rest of Season 6?

I so wish I had a better answer for this. I absolutely love Game of Thrones. The problem is, I also love around twenty other shows that are either currently airing or have ended a while back. I have a huge backlog. Writing obviously comes first, and I have trouble scheduling my time sometimes to fit in catching up on television shows. Add to that an obsessive need to wait until the season is over so I can binge-watch a season (I hate watching week to week). I still have to watch Game of Thrones season five. I know. My friends taunt me. Spoilers abound on Tumblr and Facebook. It’s not a pretty thing. With any luck, I’ll be catching up this coming week. Fingers crossed.

It is a pleasure getting to know Mr. Straker and here are the links where you can get to know him socially and his upcoming works:

Here is the link to the review of his book : 

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Incantations: Erik Straker: BOOK REVIEW

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 Author: Erik Straker (Goodreads Official Page) 
No of Pages: 186 pages 
Publication House: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of Publication: February 28, 2016
ISBN-13: 978-1530327836
ISBN-10:  1530327830
Genre: Horror
Series: NA
Buy: Currently free with Kindle Unlimited
Book Source: Library Thing

Summary: (from
Angela and Lillian Tremblay return to Summerhaven, New Hampshire after sixteen long years away. The sisters are forced to face old small town secrets, as well as forgotten childhood memories that float just beneath the surface of consciousness.

One winter’s day, Angela comes home to find her dear, sweet Lillian dead in the basement. The police are content her hanging is a suicide and refuse to pursue other possibilities. But the town’s residents know the gruesome facts about the house. It was once the dwelling of the Summerhaven Witch, a woman known for killing children and bathing in their blood.

A tortured Angela meets a local psychic who promises to help her discover the identity of Lil’s murderer. Now Angela must decide if she is willing to risk it all and contact the spirits for answers.

When a deceased teenage girl appears and connects Angela’s past to her present, the truth threatens to push Angela from the cliffs of sanity. Will the house’s dark secrets remain buried in the shadows forever, or will the dead come forth to exhume Angela’s memories when she uses the Ouija board and speaks her incantations?

Secrets can scar. Memories can kill. Incantations is a surreal psychological tale that examines the tragedy of suicide, death, and sinister family secrets.

This is the debut horror novel by author Erik Straker. One of only a handful of paranormal new releases by him this year. A perfect addition for your horror library, featuring supernatural creatures and supernatural origins. Also perfect if you love haunted houses and ghost novels.
DESCRIPTION IN ONE LINE: Stay away from the basement.

 To be really honest, first time I read the word incantations I had to look it up in my dictionary (Yes, I still have one of those). I was intrigued with the title and it made me start the book quicker that I usually do.

Title Rating: 4/5

Cover: The cover is a strong representation of the story as it creates the spooky effect the writer is attempting to create.

Cover Rating: 4/5

Characters: Angela: The character of Angela is a strong representation of an independent woman who doesn't shy away from responsibilities, hard work and for that matter witches. She is determined to do everything it takes to solve the mystery of the basement of their family home. 

Characters Rating: 3.5/5

Review: The prologue is so scary that it gives you goosebumps and still urges to keep going page after page. The author with his debut horror novel shows promising prospects in the genre and can spin the story in any direction that he wants. The story is about a haunted property with a witch and a history that goes way beyond time.  The story is written in above average English and makes for an easy read. Along with the scary elements the story connects with the readers on an emotional level as well. Mr Straker has done an excellent job with the story line, characters and the haunted house. The book is written in a blog style which got me confused till the end as the book started as blog, but then it had parts and chapters within. Angela's journey at 129 Walsh is full of adventure and horror as expected from a book with supernatural elements. 

Review Rating: 3.5/5

Appreciation: Reading the story at bedtime is both fun and scare-fest as it has unexpected twists and revelations. It can be easily finished in one sitting which is one of the major advantages for me.

Let Downs: The bifurcation of book's content in blog, parts and chapters is a bit confusing. 

Surprise Factor: The revelations towards the end were highly interest grabbing. 

Final Verdict: Angela's story makes for an page turner read with multiple goosebumps along the way.

Would I be reading more from Erik Straker: Mr Straker is a promising writer in the genre of horror and I would definitely take a plunge in his other works.

The book is available here: Incantations

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Saturday, May 21, 2016


Every time you pick a book and start reading you enter a whole new world of imagination. Mr Fottler sent me to a world of outer space and made me eagerly turn pages as he kept throwing in the surprises till the very last page. I feel absolutely lucky to get a chance to pick on his wonderful brain to get answers to some the questions that I gathered while reading his amazing Sci-fi book CHASING REDEMPTION.  

Author's Bio: Since exiting a finance career in a world of cubicles, Bruce Fottler has been busy writing novels. His latest is the suspense thriller: "The Initiative: In Harm's Way (Book One)."

Bruce grew up in the Chicago suburbs and moved to the Boston area as a young teen. While seeking a career-track that mostly put him behind a desk, he dabbled in creative pursuits such as producing, writing, and directing film shorts. However, it was always writing novels that interested him the most because they aren't limited by production budgets, technical capabilities, or tight shooting schedules.

1. How did you end up with pen and ink? I know you started on with writing short films but what dragged you to novels?

I've always loved to write and direct film shorts, but those opportunities have become scarce. It's a complex, demanding, and expensive undertaking. Also, the more I directed, the more I realized that I had a lot more to learn about the craft (and why people actually go to school to learn this).

Writing novels is like directing a film with an unlimited budget. There are no technical limitations, production staff to manage, location woes, or shooting schedules. It's just my imagination and a keyboard.

2.  Where do you take inspiration for your characters? (From friends or family) Who is Ben inspired from?

My stories tend to feature ordinary people who encounter extraordinary circumstances. Ben is a little different because he's already an accomplished captain at the outset, but quickly finds himself embroiled in circumstances that are far bigger than he could have imagined. My inspiration for unlikely heroes comes from the Bible, which is filled with people put in situations beyond what they believe they are capable of handling.

Ben is a man of deep religious conviction, but far from perfect. I wanted to portray someone who is in over his head, confused, frustrated, and all while trying to do what he thinks is right. There are times when he doesn't have all the answers, fails to make the correct decision, and falters. He's only human, not some supernatural Christian stereotype.

3.  A lot of science and space terminology went into the book. How much time did you spend in preparing and researching for the book?

I wrote Chasing Redemption on and off since 1991. During that time I had plenty of breaks to brush up on emerging technologies and think about how they would fit into the future world that I was creating. I wanted this story to be a techno-thriller set in space, but without the sensational technologies that we commonly see in sci-fi franchises like Star Trek or Star Wars. I also tried to give it a familiar feel. Our solar system is a new ocean and the geopolitical backdrop resembles the cold war era.

4.  There were many points in the story where everything could have gone well and everything ended happily. What was the inspiration to more nail biting suspense?

I'm a big fan of things not always being what they appear. I like to keep the reader guessing, in suspense, and then throw in some plot twists. My hope is to make the story interesting enough to keep the pages turning, and keep a reader up for some late nights.

While I'm generally a fan of happy endings, in real life we don't always get the answers to everything, nor are all the loose ends neatly tied up at the end. I tend to take this approach with my stories.

5.  Religion has played a pivotal role to the entire story. Was it hard to mix science with faith?

The last thing I want to do with my stories is to get preachy. I don't attempt to pit science against faith, except perhaps when a it's appropriate for a character to struggle with it. I just tell the story and let the reader decide for themselves how they feel about it.

6.  Which writers inspire you?

I was very much inspired by Tom Clancy for Chasing Redemption. In fact, a reader once told me CR was like The Hunt for Red October in outer space. I'm also a big fan of John Grisham.

However, it's a quote from C.S. Lewis that I adopted as my writing credo: He once said: “The world does not need more Christian literature. What it needs is more Christians writing good literature.”

7.  Piece of advice for aspiring writers?

That's a tough one. There's so much that has already been said, so I risk being repetitive. But for those who are just starting out, or are thinking about writing a novel, my advice is to focus on getting that first draft written. Don't worry about perfection, you can fix things later. Stop thinking about all the steps afterward (like editing, etc.). Just write and get it finished, because there's nothing like the feeling of typing the words “The End.”

8.  How did you decide the title of your novel? 

I wanted to choose a title that was germane to the story, but also one that hasn't been used for other books. After thinking up and rejecting many titles, I finally came up with “Chasing Redemption” because that sums up what Ben is attempting.

At the time I settled on this title, I was shocked that it hadn't yet been used by anyone (at least that I could find at the time). So I grabbed it fast. A few other books have since popped up with the same title, but it's always good to have been first.

It is a pleasure getting to know Mr. Fottler and here are the links where you can get to know him socially and his upcoming works:

Here is the link to the review of his book : 

Chasing Redemption

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Thursday, May 19, 2016

Chasing Redemption: Bruce Fottler: BOOK REVIEW

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Author: Bruce Fottler (Goodreads Official Page) 
No of Pages: 374 pages 
Publication House: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of Publication: September 10, 2012
ISBN-13: 978-1478285229
ISBN-10:  1478285222
Genre: Sci-Fi Thriller 
Series: NA
Buy: Yes
Book Source: Library Thing

Summary: (from
A tragic collision. Twelve lives lost. The wreckage of a history-making space vessel lies scattered across the moon's surface. Captain Ben Wildes, the pioneer of Saturn, and a rising star in the Earth Space Defense force, is found negligent after a deeply politicized trial.

A year later, Ben receives a surprising opportunity to redeem his suspended career. He's provisionally reinstated to investigate the fate of a missing commercial space mining vessel last reported an area that's perilously close to a sensitive territorial line. The incident requires a careful, firsthand investigation. Corroboration of an attack could easily breach long-standing treaties between two superpowers, which would lead to war.

As the mission unfolds, Ben uncovers shocking secrets with alarming ramifications, and quickly learns that chasing redemption is far more perilous than he ever anticipated.
DESCRIPTION IN ONE LINE: A tale of twists and faith.

 Redemption might mean different things to different people. Here it reflects that someone is going to run for it in order to finally be at peace. The title is intriguing and makes me wonder how was the author actually able to pick it from the endless possibilities.

Title Rating: 4/5

Cover: Time and again people say not to judge a book by it's cover, but it does play an important role in the overall appeal of the book. The cover beautifully does justice to the outer space journey and makes one wonder what places the author's imagination is going to take us through the journey.

Cover Rating: 4/5

Characters: Ben: Captain Wildes is the main character who takes this journey to come out of the shadow of his treacherous past. His character begins as a little skeptical and opportunist in the beginning considering his previous public failure. As the story progresses he shows a surprising mental strength which would be hard to find in the kind of ordeal he goes through. He shows that he can keep calm even when everything is falling apart and his utmost faith in God is basis of all his decisions. As a captain he is compassionate, considerate and still clear headed even when the stakes are high.

Characters Rating: 4.5/5

Review: The book takes a little mental toll on the reader's mind during the first 40 pages. I found myself struggling to build an interest in hope of reaching the point of no return (in a positive way). I was literally wondering about the purpose of  the book, as it was a Captain taking a mission as directed by his superiors(I was like that's what a skipper is trained to do and what's so thrilling about it?) The moment I went a couple of pages further I was on a roller coaster ride. The moment I digested one of the dangerous highs, the other one came at a blind spot when I was least expecting it and by the end of it I was struggling for air. The book also enlightened me towards the space terminology and technology which made me envision everything while reading through the pages. The language used in writing the book is above average that makes it a good read for an intellectual mind. Also the book is set in the year 2107 which gave author a huge room to play with technology and still keep it believable. 

Review Rating: 4/5

Appreciation: The twists throughout the book kept me on the edge and really made me stay awake till 5 A.M. till my eyes reprimanded me. The another important factor in the book was faith in God which is really hard to mix and mingle with a Sci-fi thriller. The surprises kept coming in till the last chapter and made it worth the while.

Let Downs: The beginning was a little hard to manoeuvre through but I guess the groundwork needed to be laid in order to understand the plot better.

Surprise Factor: The faith in God's plan and the shocks laid out believably. 

Final Verdict: The book drives you crazy once you plunge in the space world with Ben. Make sure you start it on a weekend because otherwise it is going to be sleep depriving experience.

Quotes that made me think: 
  • Why can't I seem to find the strong faith that I used to have?

Would I be reading more from Bruce Fottler: I am a fan of his thriller and definitely willing to take a plunge in his other works a s well. 

The book is available here: Chasing Redemption

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Wednesday, April 29, 2015


Author: Tanya Vought (Goodreads Official Page) 
No of Pages: 234 pages
Publication House: Booktrope Editions
Date of Publication: February 2, 2015
ISBN-13: 978-1620157138
ISBN-10: 1620157136
Genre: Romance
Series: The Granted Series
Buy: Maybe
Book Source: Enchanted Book

Summary: (from
A decision that will change her life forever.

After the loss of her husband, Gracelynn Calhoun has struggled with her life and career. Forced to take a four week vacation or be fired from her job, she surprises everyone including herself and agrees to the vacation.
The owner of Antonetti Suites, Giovanni works hard and doesn't have time for relationships or love. That is until he literally crashes into Gracelynn. She brings back all the feelings he thought he would never feel again. 
With the odds stacked against them in every way possible, will they forge ahead together or will this be the end of the road for their new found love? Will the whispers from above bring them together or will misunderstandings ruin what could be an amazing second chance at love?
** The book had been sent by the author for an honest review and by no means the review is biased/influenced**

DESCRIPTION IN ONE LINE: Faith, Love and Hope 

 The world will become heaven, if we all could be granted a wish each. The title had me intrigued andmake it sound like a story of love and passion which is a good message.

Title Rating: 3.5/5

Cover: Time and again people say not to judge a book by it's cover, but it does play an important role in the overall appeal of the book. The cover is simple and sweet and oozes out love. To be on the honest side the cover could have a great deal of more appeal to it, with the drawings of angels and so many things that could have been picked out to represent the story much better.

Cover Rating: 2.5/5

Characters: Gracelynn: Mourning can be a tough phase in anyone's lives while trying to keep your life normal and balanced. Fragile, loving, sweet and a dozen of other qualities make her the perfect goody two shoes. Saddened by the unfortunate incidents thrown on her platter so abruptly, she agrees to go her mysterious vacation to save her job. She is vulnerable but tries to keep the tougher appearance on the outside is what makes her character worth remembering.

Giovanni: For a man who wishes to stay emotionally distant and still be so affected by the horrifying incidents from his past, he is the person who kept his key to secrets till the end. Although hardworking, family oriented and his looks definitely speak a lot about who he his. He's not afraid to voice his opinions and is of protective nature having trust issues.

Characters Rating:3.5/5

Review: The story begins with our getting to know Gracelynn, who is at a very nightmarish place in her life and in order to keep her job, she is forced to take a vacation where destiny awaits her. The moment she enters New Hope and gets hit by the Gio's truck life decides to be kind to her and evoke her senses to love with a man, who has his own set of tragedies etched to his soul. It's like broken pieces fitting back to solve the puzzle of love in an adorable series of events in a modern fairy tale town. It seems the angels have decided to fill the lives of our protagonists with whirlwind romance.  The story has it's own set of twists which can be unraveled by reading the book. 

Review Rating: 3.5/5

Appreciation: The scenic beauty and the descriptions made me go WOW. I felt like getting on the the next flight and see the place for myself. The author has done an amazing job of creating the visions which build up in the reader's mind in matter of seconds and leave us craving for more. The story about two broken people understanding and supporting each other was sweetly refreshing. At some points I literally could connect to the story on a personal level.

Let Downs: There are a bit of let downs that I would like to cast a light upon. The last 30% of the story is kind of rushed and it seems the author did not spend as much thoughts as she has on the beginning and the middle. Some of the descriptions were kind of overdone such as angels, divine intervention, book boyfriends and physical things materializing from the realm of spirits. Also feel some scenes lacked intimacy and were more of a statement i.e. earth-shattering kiss which kind of broke the link to the sweetness and pull me back to reality.

Surprise Factor: The role the dead and beloved play in the story revealing which here, would ruin the read.

Final Verdict: The book is a casual-weekend-sort-of-lazy read. It may not be the one all sorts of readers, but those who can connect to the story will have a pleasant time.

Quotes that made me think: 
  • "Faith, Hope & Love"
  • "I hate that other people get to see you every day and I'm not there to see you each morning and night."

Would I be reading more from Tanya Vought: Depending upon what she might write next I won't really mind reading a lot more from her provided she improves her writing style a bit. She does have a lot of creative ideas and bears promise to quality work in near future.

The book is available here: Granted Wishes

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