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Posted on: April 24th, 2014 by Anthony Rapino 2 Comments

Tonight, as I dragged my weary eyes across the television screen (that’s a fun visual), I saw familiar cover art featuring Simon Pegg.  Being a fan of the actor, I was aware of this movie–A Fantastic Fear of Everything–at a time, but had forgotten about it.  Until now. I started the movie, which would take me […]

A New Review and Interview
Posted on: July 10th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino 4 Comments

Gef Fox from Wag the Fox recently posted his review of Welcome to Moon Hill.  I’ve been a longtime fan of Gef’s site and trust his reviews, which is why I was so happy he took on my little short story collection.  He also agreed to interview me for his site, and the lord knows […]

Recommended: Fright Flight by Lisa Ard
Posted on: March 28th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino

After reading Fright Flight (Dream Seekers #1), by Lisa Ard, I am certain that kids will love it. The premise is an interesting one: a family can interact and explore their dreams. It sounds a lot like lucid dreaming, but there are hints in the book that the dreams are a bit more “real” for […]

The Moon Hill Blog Tour
Posted on: February 5th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino 2 Comments

The Moon Hill blog tour starts tomorrow, with a post at a great new site (that if you haven’t discovered yet, you can thank me later):  Bloody Bookish. The schedule thus far is as follows: 2/6/12: 2/8/12: 2/10/12: 2/15/12: On each of these days I will post here to remind you […]

Moon Hill Pumpkin Ale, Or…
Posted on: August 4th, 2011 by Anthony Rapino 19 Comments

“I Breathe Black and Bleed Orange” It’s not autumn yet.  Only for me, it is.  For me, even the slight cooling of the air is enough to evoke a fall feeling.  I go back to work, back to teaching, on August 22nd.  What this means is I have to start getting ready now.  I have […]

Recommended: “Like Flies to Honey”
Posted on: March 18th, 2011 by Anthony Rapino 1 Comment

Mary Rajotte’s “Like Flies to Honey” is a creepy, increasingly claustrophobic story that explores the darker side of tradition. After living in The Estates for six months, Robert Blythe is still questioning why he allowed his wife, Leslie, to force him into moving.  He doesn’t like the prestigious zip code or their mandatory events.  Wanting […]

Clean House, Stranger than Fiction, and Rejections
Posted on: February 28th, 2007 by Anthony Rapino 2 Comments

I started cleaning house today. And by house I mean the blog. I went through with a sharpened machete and slashed away at dead links. Now, it’s possible I nicked a link that I shouldn’t have, so if you notice yours has gone kaput, just tell me and I’ll bandage it up as best I […]

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