Review: Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin

You may have seen the movie or the miniseries, but have you read the book? Rosemary’s Baby was first published in 1967, causing renewed popularity for the horror genre that has continued until this day. Since almost everyone has seen one of the two movie versions, I’m not worried about spoilers and will give a … Continue reading Review: Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin

Five over Fifty

Here are five authors who started writing or publishing after age fifty, or who continued their writing careers later into their lives. It's not too late - ever! Frank McCourt - Angela's Ashes was published when he was 67 years old. It won a Pulitzer Prize. Proulx - Author of Brokeback Mountain and The … Continue reading Five over Fifty

The Institute – Stephen King

Author Stephen KingNarrator Santino FontanaFormat: AudioSource: My lovely local library Disclaimer: I am a fan of King's first novels, and this review is shaped by my high regard for those first books. It's impossible not to compare them. I listened to the audio version of this book, which was highly marketed in bookstores. It was … Continue reading The Institute – Stephen King