New Review for “Hellfire & Damnation III”

Connie Corcoran Wilson Delivers Again! ByC. C. Hill IIIon March 17, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition This is simply a great book and if there’s any one story that stands out to me, it’s Circle 5: Wrath and

New Blog Tour Review from the U.K.

Here’s a link to today’s review from Nylah in the United Kingdom. There are also 12 other reviews up on Amazon. Check out Nylah’s Words of Wisdom: Winter Reads : BOOK TOUR: Hellfire and Damnation III by

Correction: Complete Virtual Tour List Below

    It has been called to my attention that I did a poor job of posting all the stops on the blog tour. I left off half of them. Therefore, the complete list is printed below:

Virtual Tour Starts Today (March 13th)

Aside from suddenly realizing that this tour is beginning on Friday the 13th (ahem), I will repeat the information that there should be a review and a giveaway up on a blog entitled Teddy Rose Book Reviews

“Chappie” the Movie: Robot Cops for Johannesburg AND Chicago?

Are robot cops going to be the death of us all?

“Chappie,” the Movie, from “District 9″ Director, Entertains

New Review of “Hellfire & Damnation”

 The following review appeared on March 3 on Lisa Binion’s blog. It is of the second book in the “Hellfire & Damnation” series, which precedes H&D III about to go on tour. Hellfire & Damnation II –

How Was the Movie Different From the Book? [10 from 2014].

  The Oscar season is (finally) over for another year and, for all of you who had neither the time nor the inclination to (a) read the book on which a film was based or (b) watch

Virtual Tour of “Hellfire & Damnation III” Starts March 13th

“Hellfire & Damnation III,” the 3rd installment in the short story series organized around Dante’s “Inferno” and the 9 Circles of Hell, is going on virtual tour beginning March 3rd. This third installment consists of 9 stories

Post Oscar Withdrawal on February 26th, 2015

Another Oscar year over. The traveling trophy this year came home to East Moline, with my 17 (should have been 18) correct picks out of 24 possibilities. It was fairly impressive that all 4 contestants (Craig Wilson,