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Linda Marie

Full-time fangirl and part-time fitness trainer. A comic-con junkie with a passion for writing and great artwork. Catch me... if you can!
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Fan Fest Interview: Author Tabitha Lord Is Getting It Write!

Tabitha Lord figured it out. She brings hope to those that fear life will simply not allow them to 'have it all'. The caring wife, fun-loving mother of four, supportive friend and climber of mountains also happens to be an award-winning author; Tabitha proves that perseverance pays off. Crossing paths with this incredible woman was definitely a highlight of 2017 and it has been an absolute honor to watch as she continues to expand her Horizon. ;) Image: Facebook - TLordAuthor It was during her appearance with the Association of Rhode Island Authors at Big Apple...
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Fan Fest Exclusive Interview: ‘Jessica Jones’ Actor Eka Darville

Jessica Jones Season 2 has been released on Netflix! Excited fans across the globe will be glued to their streaming devices as the saucy, and sometimes 'sauced' private investigator faces her foes while trying to find herself. But thankfully, Jessica doesn't have to do it on her own. Malcolm Ducasse, played by Australian actor Eka Darville, has embraced his supportive role in Jessica's life. While the two may share a sometimes turbulent relationship, it is quite clear that they care for one another. In Season 1 we see Malcolm struggle to...
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‘Black Panther’ Inspiring Pet Adoption As Fans Go Black Cat Crazy!

Marvel blockbuster Black Panther has not only provided stunning cinematic entertainment in its ever-growing universe,  it has also tapped into the hearts of animal lovers. Normally considered 'unlucky', black cats are finally getting some appreciation... and hopefully some good homes. “Unexpected benefit of Black Panther: my local pet shelters went from having something like 50-60 black cats between them to having NONE, because they’ve all been adopted out and named after the characters. ‘T’challa’ is the most popular, but there are a fair number of ‘Okoye’s’ and ‘Shuri’s’ as well … and one very...
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What I Love Wednesday: ‘Carrie’-d Away By Stephen King!

I guess I've always had an affinity for the abnormal. While other kids favored fairy tales, superheroes and cartoons growing up, I couldn't get enough of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone and George A. Romero's Tales from the Darkside. I even subscribed to Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and my first junior high essay featured the master of macabre himself, Edgar Allan Poe. It was clearly just a matter of time before horror icon Stephen King made his way into my life. Why though did I feel such a connection to HIS world of darkness? I contemplated...
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