In an increasingly digital world, our reading habits have adapted to match. Kindle Unlimited, Amazon’s subscription-based service, offers an expansive library of ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more, making it a popular choice for readers. However, the recent increase in the monthly cost to $11.99 has led many to question the value of an annual Kindle Unlimited membership in 2023.
Terrie Farley Moran is the co-writer, with Jessica Fletcher, of the fabulous Murder, She Wrote mystery novels based on the long-running television series. Her newest book is Murder, She Wrote: Death on the Emerald Isle. I had the pleasure of interviewing Terrie, and during our discussion, she revealed big news: the title of the next Murder, She Wrote book! Watch the entire video interview below to find out what the title is. During our discussion, Terrie shared insights on how she got this incredible gig, her thoughts on Angela Lansbury, her creative process, and much more. Enjoy!
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The Halo live-action series debuted on Paramount+ today! You can watch the first episode of this long-awaited series right now. I look forward to checking it out myself. To get you in the mood, read on for my thoughts on the fourth book in the Halo novel series: Ghosts of Onyx.
The best video games excel at worldbuilding, which means they create an environment for the play that is consistent, rich, and unified. The Elder Scrolls, The Witcher, Resident Evil, and Super Mario Bros. are perfect examples of this. The video game franchises that take this a step further do so by allowing that world to exist in multiple mediums, such as books. One that has explored the literary space exceptionally well is Hello Neighbor, and I recently finished the second book in this popular young adult novel series entitled Waking Nightmare.
Cross My Heart and Hope To Die by James Patterson are two parts of one story. The first part takes place in Cross My Heart and it concludes in Hope To Die. To my knowledge, this was the first time James Patterson did this so, naturally, many fans were upset with the cliffhanger ending of the first book. I wasn’t because I knew this going in. If anything, it made me look forward to reading Hope To Die even more, so I could see how things wrapped up.