Angel

Angel: TV Review

by Liliana Costa
& Trista Holmes


In the midst of fog and dust, leftover from the detonation of Sunnydale High School, Buffy Summers' heart throb, Angel, made a place for himself in Los Angeles, protecting the unsuspecting citizens from all sorts of demons. Series creator, Joss Whedon, stated that after the episode Surprise (from Buffy the Vampire Slayer's second season) hit the airwaves, he knew actor, David Boreanaz, could carry his own show. Thus leading to the ensouled vampire landing his own spin-off, which spanned for five seasons, encompassing not only new ideas, and some substantially creepier episodes than the pioneer series, but brought both new faces together with familiar ones.

Vampires on TV

by Lorie Lewis Ham


According to my mom, she is to blame for my love of vampires because she would let me watch Dark Shadows with her when I was just a baby. Whether it's her fault or not, I've loved vampires for as long as I can remember and much of that love comes back again to TV vampires. Halloween seemed like a perfect time to take a look at some of my favorites, and some of the most popular, TV vampires.

Walking In The Midst of Fire By Thomas E. Sniegoski

by Terrance Mc Arthur



Remy Chandler is an angel, but he doesn’t live…up there. He isn’t a fallen angel either, just a disillusioned one, after fighting against his brethren during Lucifer’s revolt. He’s been on Earth for a long time, and he works as a private eye. His wife is dead but he has found a lovely woman, Linda, who cares about him (although she doesn’t know the truth of what he is), and he has a dog, Marlowe, that can talk to him, because he understands the language of animals in Thomas E. Sniegoski’s Walking in the Midst of Fire, the sixth Remy Chandler novel.

The Christmas Present: A Supernatural Christmas Mystery Short Story

by E. B. Davis



Unlike most men, I knew what to get my wife, Janet, for Christmas: a new husband. The gift wouldn’t have made her a bigamist since I died two years ago. Janet deserved a great life and a reliable companion to share her years. None of my shopping has resulted in a gift to wrap, though that may have been due to my mixed feelings.

Interview With Buffy Author Nancy Holder

by Lorie Lewis Ham



I had the pleasure recently of meeting Nancy Holder at a Yosemite Romance Writers Group meeting in Fresno and of hearing her speak. Nancy has written several Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel tie in books so I took some time to ask her about those and a few things about her other writing. Later this year we will be interviewing Nancy about her other writing and reviewing the first book in her new series, Unleashed!

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