History –– I wanted to learn why it happened – and when and how. In high school and college I excelled in history and social science classes. After discovering historical fiction, I read even more.
Jim Sargent tells you why he writes about history.
Of all the genres (and sub-genres) out there, I keep finding myself returning to my first literary fascination: Steampunk. Why? Seriously, it’s a valid question. It’s not The Most Popular Genre Ever, and usually its very mention is followed up almost immediately by the question, “What IS Steampunk?”
Ren Cummins has the answer...
The experience is one many of us seek over and over again...through books and film. It's about control. In truth, we control nothing, which makes us all vulnerable to hauntings and things that happen in the afterlife
Why? Because we thrive on fear.