Reboot….Or A Bust(er)???


The Afterlife

1984’s Ghostbusters is a classic film that is loved by not only those that grew up with it and its sequel (and the cartoons, video games, etc.), but by fans of all ages up to and including the youngsters of today.  I have watched this film with my family and friends on multiple occasions.  In fact, it’s safe to say that I probably watch Ghostbusters six to eight times a year.  It’s just that much fun to watch.


I still laugh at the same old jokes and quote the same old lines:  “That’s a big Twinkie.”  “There is no Dana.  There is only Zuul.”  “Listen!  Do you smell something?”  “Nobody steps on a church in my town!” and so many more…..

I still believe that Egon is the coolest member of the team and, as a result, feel terrible whenever I remember that Harold Ramis is no longer with us.

It was and still is a simply wonderful film.

After watching the 2016 reboot or, as it has been called with its digital and DVD/Blu-ray release, Ghostbusters:  Answer the Call, I’m not getting the same feeling.

Sure, I wasn’t expecting the Melissa McCarthy/Leslie Jones/Kate McKinnon/Kristen Wiig team-up flick to overshadow its legendary predecessor, but I was hoping that it would at least find a way to sink into the hearts of the younger generation as the original film did.

It didn’t.


Don’t get me wrong, the film is enjoyable to watch for the most part.  It opens in a fashion similar to the original, with an angry spirit scaring the bejeebus out of a tour guide (instead of a librarian) and the trio of doctors (McCarthy, Wiig, and McKinnon) getting booted by their respective universities after investigating the incident.

They decide to go into business for themselves and spectral activity goes into overdrive (thanks to a villain that’s is entirely too boring).  They hire a ditzy secretary named Kevin (Chris Hemsworth), and pick up another team member whenever Leslie Jones’ Patty Tolan proves herself invaluable to the team since she knows the city (historically and geographically) better than pretty much everyone else in town.


From there they start bustin’, obviously, and uncover a plot by the villain to bring about an apocalypse on the city first and, eventually, the world.  They also have to deal with a skeptic, a government cover-up, and a few recognizable ghosts along the way.

Scattered throughout the film are cameos from all of the core original cast with the exception of Rick Moranis, who declined to appear in the film.  Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts all have brief roles in the film.  Harold Ramis also gets a nod in a touching way, but you’ll have to be quick to find it early in the film.  A few other celebrities have cameos as well, but I’ll let you find them yourself.


Jones’ Patty Tolan and Kate McKinnon’s Dr. Jillian Holtzmann carry the film.  Patty is laugh-out-loud funny most of the time, and Holtzmann is bizarre beyond belief at times but manages to ride that fine line of not being too silly.  Chris Hemsworth’s Kevin rides that line as well, but goes overboard a few times.  His hunky dim-bulb persona worked well for the most part.  Neil Casey portrays the villain in the film and, quite honestly, was boring.  I wasn’t interested in the fate of his character, Rowan, at all.

Kristen Wiig portrayed Dr. Erin Gilbert who, ironically, behaved exactly like every other character that Wiig portrays in comedies.  She’s a likeable vanilla character that draws a few laughs, admits her mistakes, and tries to keep the level of insanity to a manageable level.  Like Wiig, Melissa McCarthy’s Dr. Abigail Yates has a personality that is the same as every other character that McCarthy has portrayed.  She’s blunt, can be a bit dim at times, and can also put up a fight when necessary.  These two characters are the weakest members of the team, and that’s not good considering the fact that the franchise was placed squarely on their shoulders.


The movie also seemed to struggle with wanting to be equal parts nostalgic, humor, and amped-up action that is so common in big budget films these days.  Ghosts are literally coming at the foursome from every direction in the climax of the film, and the team dispatches them with often superhuman-like abilities.  There was never really a line set for how far these characters could go, and that hurt the film in my opinion.

I appreciated the winks and nods at the original film, but they were executed in mediocre fashion.  Also, if you’re not a fan of Wiig or McCarthy’s brand of comedy, there won’t be much for you to laugh at in this film.

Also, the only memorable line from this film in my opinion was “The power of Patty compels you!” delivered by Leslie Jones.  I keep going back to her and McKinnon because they were just that good.  Had the script and rest of the cast performed on their level, I would have loved this film.

One last thing before I sum up my review.  The music is terribly lacking in this film.  Fall Out Boy fell out on their rendition of the Ghostbusters theme (although Missy Elliott did her best at trying to save it).  Ray Parker, Jr. has nothing to worry about, as I’m sure we’ll all be singing his theme song long after Fall Out Boy is long gone.

In summary, the film is just okay.  It’s not terrible, but I promise you that I won’t be watching it as much as the 1984 classic.  I really would like to see a sequel with a different director and writers, but from what I’ve read the sequel has been scrapped for an animated film and/or series.  I’d also like to see McKinnon and Jones team up in a comedy of their own without the dead weight of Wiig and McCarthy.

So, check out the film if you’d like.  It’s entertaining enough (my kids enjoyed it more than I did, so your youngsters might enjoy it as well), and I’ll probably buy it on Blu-ray sooner or later, but it’s not a must-see.

As always, thanks for reading.  This is probably the harshest review of a film that I’ve done in a long time.  I promise I’m not always the mean-spirited when it comes to films, but I just couldn’t let it slide with this film.



Louisiana Comic Con 2016!


Lafayette, LA

The second year of Louisiana Comic Con in Lafayette was something of a whirlwind for me.  Life has been throwing me some crazy curveballs lately and I wasn’t even sure if I’d be able to attend this year.  As luck would have it, though, my Saturday opened up just enough for me to attend for a few hours and they were awesome hours to say the least!


I decided to “cosplay” as Kylo Din (ner).  A quick trip to Walgreen’s to purchase a cheap mask that I had been looking at, a Star Wars spatula, and a “Kiss The Cook” apron, and I became the son of Han and Leia that turned in his lightsaber for a grill.  Very few people got the joke, but the apron would prove to be a brilliant later in the day (I’ll get to that later).

I stood in a very long line for a very short amount of time to purchase a ticket.  The Cajundome staff was getting people taken care of in swift fashion.  Once inside the venue, I ran into a good friend.  We talked for a bit and then I headed into the main area that featured vendors, cosplayers, artists, and celebs.  I made a quick trip around the entire area, seeing a nice line for the Cowabunga Factory (TMNT cosplayers), a long line for Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters), and a ton of fans lining up for Jeremy Bulloch, Deep Roy, and all of the other wonderful celebrity guests.


Once I figured out the general layout of the convention, I decided to look for a few more friends.  I ran into the wonderful ladies of Orion’s Envy, other friends that I haven’t seen in years, and a couple of folks that I see at just about every event.  I also took a few photos and checked out the vendor area.

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After playing catch up, I headed over to the table of the Library Bards.  Consisting of the lovely Bonnie Gordon and the dashing Xander Jeanneret, the Library Bards take pop hits and put a nerdy spin on them.  I spoke to Xander first, and I’ve got to admit that he was one of the friendliest people that I’ve ever talked with at a convention.  He even tolerated my terrible Star Wars jokes.


Then I got to briefly talk to Bonnie.  She was also very tolerant of my Star Wars jokes.  Both she and Xander signed a poster for me and I also picked up a shirt from them.  To top it all off, I took selfies with both of them and even got a kiss from Bonnie (thanks, Kiss The Cook apron)!


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I waved goodbye to the Bards and then headed over to Chuck Huber’s table.  I’ve met Chuck on a couple of occasions before, but he never had any photos of him as Bones from Star Trek Continues.  Well, this time he had them, and I just had to snag one to add to my ever-growing STC collection.  I swear that I’m not an STC stalker!


My day ended with hugs and goodbyes to all of my friends, and I jetted back home to assist my daughter with a few homecoming dance necessities.  Before getting home, though, I stopped in Rayne, LA for a quick bite at the local Mickey D’s.  If you know anything about Rayne, you know that they love frogs in that town, so it wasn’t much of a surprise to find Ronnie Macribbit sunning himself in front of McDonald’s.


Louisiana Comic Con knocked it out of the park this year.  Although my time there was brief, I could see happy faces all over the place.  Despite large crowds, lines moved smoothly and quickly.  Panels appeared to be well attended and parking was great.  I can’t wait to see what the convention has in store for next year.  I just hope that I can attend for more than a few hours!

As always, thanks for reading.  My next conventions won’t be until next year (CyPhaCon and Southern Geek Fest), so expect me to tackle everything from DC Animated movies, the return of Ten Burning Questions, reviews of books, films, and even a couple of albums.  Oh, and I’ll be attending the Texas Renaissance Festival again this year.  I’ll be sure to post pics and a review for that as well!

Busy Week/Weekend Ahead!


I Feel The Need For Speed!

This is going to be a crazy week and an even crazier weekend.  I’ve been working a ton of overtime lately and haven’t been able to pay much attention to this blog, pop culture, my scouting leader duties, or, most importantly, my family.  From homecoming dances to camping out to trying my darnedest to make it over to Louisiana Comic Con, I’m going to need the speed of Barry Allen to get me through the next few days.


I’ve completely missed out on the new season of Gotham.  That kills me, because that is one show that has consistently gotten stronger with each episode.  I also missed a couple of episodes last season, so I’ve decided that Gotham Blu-ray sets will be necessities this Christmas.  I think I’m just going to dive in from the beginning again and play catch up.

I’m also behind on Arrow and Supergirl.  Heck, the only show that I’ve really had a chance to watch recently is Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and that, my friends has not impressed me at all.  I was SOOOOOOO excited to see that Ghost Rider was going to be burning up the screen this season but so far his little run-ins with the ever-increasingly-annoying Quake have me completely fed up with the show.  What an utter waste of a great character!  Marvel needs to stick to films.  It’s what they do best.  Don’t even get me started on all of their Netflix shows, because I haven’t even seen the first season of Daredevil yet!


So, with all of that out of my brain, I can say that I have managed to watch some excellent DC Animation films recently.  Justice League Vs. Teen Titans was a title that I missed on its initial release, but I managed to pick it up over the weekend and watched it with my kids.  We all loved it.  I’ll review it soon enough.  I also re-watched the excellent Throne of Atlantis and the surprisingly funny Justice League:  War.  These are two of my favorite DC titles, and I also recommend grabbing the comics that they are based on.



This coming weekend is, of course, Louisiana Comic Con in Lafayette, LA.  I am going to do my best to make it out there, but it will probably only be for a few hours on Saturday.  Seth Gilliam had to cancel, but Sean Patrick Flanery (Young Indiana Jones, Boondock Saints) will be showing up as a late addition to the lineup.  With Gilliam out of the picture, my autograph quota has dropped, but I will still try to get a few good autographs.  I’m on the fence about a couple of the celebs, but I’ll solidify my choices before hitting the convention floor.  One thing is for sure, I’m going to check out the booth for the Library Bards featuring the lovely Bonnie Gordon and Xan-tastic Xander Jeanneret!


I’ve got a ton of ideas for this blog, I just don’t have the time needed to work with it right now.  I promise that more posts about Ten Burning Questions are on the way, as well as a few convention reviews, film and Blu-ray/DVD release reviews, and other wonderfully pop culture things.

As always, thanks for reading.  Keep me in your thoughts and prayers this week as I attempt to survive!  I AM NOT the fastest man alive, but I do look good in red tights!!!!!

Louisiana Comic Con (The Lafayette Version) 2.0!


Lafayette, LA

Lafayette, LA gets ready for another dose of awesome nerdiness with the second Louisiana Comic Con which takes place in less than two weeks!  On the weekend of October 8th and 9th, the heart of Louisiana will be home to the likes of Boba Fett, Winston Zeddemore, Father Gabriel, and tons of other wonderful celebrity guests, authors, cosplayers, and vendors.

I attended last year’s event and it was a huge success.  I got to catch up with my favorite green friends, Orion’s Envy, and also got to meet Lew Temple of The Walking Dead and Mayor Goldie Wilson himself, Donald Fullilove, from Back To The Future.  This year looks to be just as exciting, with a guest list that includes Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett from Star Wars), Ernie Hudson (Winston from Ghostbusters and star of many other films and television shows), Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel from The Walking Dead), Deep Roy (from the new Star Trek films, the new Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, and many more films), and many more!

I actually met Mr. Bulloch a few years ago at another convention.  If you have the chance to meet him, take it!  There are very few actors who are as approachable and friendly as Mr. Bulloch.  I highly recommend meeting him (and Doctor Who fans, he was on the classic series as well).


I also recommend visiting  with Chuck Huber, who is well known in the anime world for his voice acting abilities, but whom I love for his work as Bones in Star Trek Continues.  I am also very fond of cosplayer Cami Roebuck, who isn’t just a great cosplayer.  She’s an excellent crafter as well (my daughter has a Superman pillow that Cami created).


If you happen to be in the Lafayette area in two weeks, be sure to check out the Louisiana Comic Con.  It’s a family-friendly event that will feature panels, artists, authors, and all sorts of vendors.  I really enjoyed last year and hope that this year is just as great!

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For more information on the event, click here and see what the event has to offer.

Oh, and on a completely different note, Bonnie Gordon is GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!

I hope to make it out to the event either late Saturday morning/afternoon or on Sunday.  I hope I get to see you there!  As always, thanks for reading.  I plan on giving a full update (pictures included) about the event once it has passed!

Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary


Space, The Final Frontier….

It has been fifty years since Gene Roddenberry first showed the world his idea of a bright and wonderful future.  While I wasn’t around for those early voyages, I was able to join up with the crew of the Enterprise when I went to the movies with my cousins to see Star Trek II:  The Wrath of Khan.  After that, I watched Star Trek:  The Next Generation off and on (when weather would permit), but my primary connection to Trek was through the films.

Within the last decade or so, I’ve really sunk my teeth into the adventures of not only the Enterprise, but of Voyager, Deep Space Nine, and Enterprise.  Voyager has become my second favorite Trek series (behind TOS), and Janeway is my favorite Captain.

I’ve written an extensive look into my relationship with Star Trek a good bit back, and you’re free to check it out.  For now, I just want to acknowledge the fact that Star Trek has had a huge impact on the world and share a few photos of my favorite characters.  Also included in this collage is a photo of the crew from the excellent fan production Star Trek Continues.  They are the only fan production that I’ve ever donated to, and I’ll support and promote them until the day I die!

I hope you enjoyed these photos and, as always, thanks for reading.  I’ve neglected my blog in recent weeks due to work, but I promise to write more in the next few weeks.  In fact, there’s a convention coming up in less than a month in Lafayette, LA, and I plan to be there.  I hope to see a few of you there!

Hitting And Missing Those Squad Goals


Belle Reve Prison

Whenever Batman Vs. Superman:  Dawn of Justice hit the big screen earlier this year, fans were split over how good the film really was.  I enjoyed it, but there were plenty more people out there that thought it could have been better or that it was out and out horrible.  The release of an extended, R-rated version on Blu-ray and DVD seemed to shift opinions somewhat, but the damage was done, particularly thanks to the “professional” critics that panned the film.

Suicide Squad looked to be a game changer for Warner Bros, though, as recent fan reaction to the trailers was very positive and audiences seemed to be okay with Jared Leto’s visually shocking take on the Joker despite early worries.

Heads up:  Potential for mild spoilers ahead, but I try my best to avoid them.


Critics, of course, panned the film.  Some of them gave legitimate reasons for their dislike of the movie such as the choppy editing that I also noticed and the visual appearance of the primary villain (whom I actually liked, but can see this particular character as off-putting to some) .  Others gave standard anti-comic book film rants or tried to compare the film to Marvel films which play to a different crowd.  Then you had this blurb about the film’s record opening weekend that opens with foul-language-meant-to-sound-cool and goes on to whine that this “very bad” film didn’t deserve to rake in so much money.  It apparently put a sour taste in the author’s mouth, based on the attitude she lined the “article” with throughout.


In my opinion, the film is just fine.  I liked it just as much as I liked BvS, but in an entirely different way.  Why?  Because it is an entirely different film.  Instead of true blue heroes, we get a hodgepodge of lowlifes, crooks, murderers, and rejects that are sent out on a suicide mission in order to stop a powerful villain.

Remember that this film takes place after the events in BvS, where humanity fears metahumans.  They wonder about who will stop these powerful beings that seem to be popping up all over the place now.  Amanda Waller (played with stone cold perfection by Viola Davis) draws up a scheme to take a group of villains with special abilities and basically toss them at the first big baddie that comes along.  She uses a number of means (some pretty ruthless) to convince each member of the squad to join.  If they survive, they are promised certain concessions.  If they fail, the world is rid of a few more bad guys and the federal government comes out smelling like a rose.

It sounds like a win-win situation for Waller, but to keep things in check she has explosive nano devices implanted into the necks of each member of the squad.  If anybody makes a break for it or tries to jeopardize the mission, Waller or team leader Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) can detonate the device and kill the baddie.  What Waller doesn’t count on is the treachery of one member of the group that forces the Suicide Squad into action and the rather psychotic boyfriend of another member of the squad who determines to save his lady.


Now, with the brief plot summary out of the way, let’s get down to business.  I agree with a lot of the negative critics’ reviews that the editing in this film is choppy.  There were definitely some jarring cuts in the film that made the viewer pause for a second.  However, that jarring effect worked well in conveying to the audience that despite the Suicide Squad’s questionable life choices, the “legal” baddies (I’m looking at Waller) can be just as sinister as the illegal ones.  In fact, I’d go so far as to say that Amanda Waller is the most “gangsta” (to borrow a term from Deadshot, a.k.a. Will Smith) person in the entire film, and that’s a film that includes the likes of Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney) and Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje)!

Speaking of Boomerang and Killer Croc, I’ve got to mention that the way the members of the squad were introduced at the beginning of the film was excellent.  The heavily stylized intros to each character set their individual tones for the rest of the movie.  It was brilliant.


Another thing that I liked about the film was the relationships built between characters.  Deadshot and Flag start off the film as sworn enemies, but eventually learn to respect each other despite their moral and legal differences.  Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn has that one relationship that everybody knows about, but she also developed bonds with all of the team, especially Deadshot.  Killer Croc, Slipknot (the underused Adam Beach), Katana (the-way-cooler-than-I-thought-she’d-be Karen Fukuhara), Captain Boomerang, Diablo (the almost unrecognizable Jay Hernandez), and Enchantress (the twistedly perfect Cara Delevingne) all developed bonds of their own, with some relationships being key to the film’s plot (so I won’t spoil’em here).


The action was very good, although the CGI was a tad lacking during some of the fight sequences.  Killer Croc and Katana had some excellently brutal scenes and Deadshot took the lead on a lot of the action sequences.  Diablo had an extremely cool (Or should I say hot?) power, but it was held in check until the last moment and it was brilliant.  Enchantress gets a lot of CGI for both her looks and her powers, and I really liked them both.  In fact, there were certain points in the film where Enchantress became so dark and consumed by  blackness, that she appeared to seemingly be negative space.  It was an excellent effect.


The cast did an excellent job as well.  We have all got a heaping helping of how wonderful most people believe Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley is, and the hype is definitely earned.  Robbie steals a lot of scenes.  Considering the fact that she spends some of that time on screen with Jared Leto’s psychotic gangster version of the Joker and also with a certain vigilante who likes to dress up as a bat and fight baddies, that’s saying something.


Yes, Leto’s Joker looks extremely different from previous film-based versions of the character, but a lot of his look comes directly from the comics.  I see a lot of the New 52 Joker in the character and a few nods to the A Death In The Family Joker as well.  Also, there’s a brilliant nod to Alex Ross’ excellent artwork featuring Harley and the Joker during the film.  Be sure to look for it!

Also, I’ve heard people say that Leto culled parts of Heath Ledger’s version of the character from The Dark Knight, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth.  Leto gives us a very loyal representation of the character.  Hopefully he’ll be fleshed out a bit more in later films, as I still haven’t seen enough of the character to decide just how good he really is.

I want to specifically point out Jay Hernandez’ performance as Diablo.  Although it was a smaller role in the film, Hernandez poured a lot of emotion and heart into his portrayal of a man who regrets what he has done and refuses to join in on the battles that the squad takes part in during the film.  Diablo’s actions in the movie, as well as the remorse and emotional weight he carries for his past, are brilliantly conveyed through Hernandez.


I really enjoyed this film.  It was nowhere near perfect, but it was fun to watch, full of action AND emotion, and showed comic and non-comic fans that bad guys can be good.  I hope a sequel is in the works, or at the very least we get to see a few of these characters again.  For those of you who absolutely find it necessary to compare DC films to Marvel films, Suicide Squad is better than both Deadpool and Captain America:  Civil War.  I know that I’ll take a lot of heat for saying that, but fart jokes and potty-mouthed humor aren’t that funny in my book, and that’s pretty much all Deadpool was.  As far as Civil War goes, it was an okay film, but it was lacking in a lot of areas.

As always, thank you for reading.  If you disagree with me (and I know plenty of you do), tell me what you thought about the film in the comments below.  I’ll be posting my Star Trek Beyond review in the very near future.  I’ll also be asking Ten Burning Questions to my next victim in a few days.

Ten Burning Questions!!!

Book on Fire

On The Fiery Pages Of A Book

Another brave soul has stepped up to the plate to answer Ten Burning Questions from your good ol’ pal, Ken from Ken’s Alternate Universe.  This time around, author K.D. Wood (who I got to meet at Southern Geek Fest earlier this year) dares to reveal deep secrets and unimaginable truths that will surely set your heart aflame!

So you’re probably wondering why I’m wasting so much time blabbering, right?!?!?!?  Let’s get on with it!

1. I see that you are an author. What types of books and stories do you write?

I love all things paranormal. Strange creatures, mythological beings, ghosts, beasties, you name it, I love them! Presently, I have a paranormal romance series (Unwilling, Unloved, Unboundless), an adult paranormal romance anthology (Frost A Rendezvous Collection), and contemporary erotic romance novella (Boys of Fall) available.


2. How long have you been an author?

My debut novel, Unwilling, was published in November 2014 by Blue Tulip Publishing.

3. Who is your favorite author and why?

Yikes, super hard one. I love different authors and their work all for different reasons. Carolyn Haines, because her mysteries are perfection, I never can guess who did it! She can scare the hell out of me with her horrors, and I don’t scare easy! Karen Stivali because she was the first contemporary romance I completely enjoyed and boy can she write the hell out of some romance. Tiffany Reisz because she writes some of the most raw, character driven stories out there. As you can see, I can’t pick just one!

4. Who would you rather listen to, Justin Bieber or Queen?

Hands down, Queen.


5. Do you collect anything nerdy?

Sadly, I don’t collect anything but books and pens. There’s all that dusting to think about.

6. Who has better hair, Superman, Wonder Woman, or Wolverine?

Pfffft! I have the best hair.

7. If you could choose any literary world to live in, (real or fictional), which world would it be? Why?

No question, Middle Earth.

#1 second breakfast is a real thing

#2 Hobbit Holes for houses

#3 Aragorn and Legolas are there


8. Are there any writers, singers, actors, or political figures that you would like to meet? If so, please name at least one of them and why?

I’ve been VERY lucky to have met a lot of my author heroes already. Several I can even call friends. I’ve been so blessed to have had those moments and I treasure them. But someone I’d love to have a cup of coffee with is Libba Bray. I was introduced to her work with, Going Bovine. It’s one of those reads that truly changes you. And OMG is she funny! I’d love to just have an hour to chat with her.

9. Rex, Kirk, Solo, or Picard? Who is the best captain?
Best? Not sure on that one. But I grew up on Kirk and fell head over heels for Picard as a teen. Still love them both like crazy!

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10. Where do you draw inspiration from for your books?

I really enjoy writing dialogue, it’s one of my favorite parts of all my books. So much that every book I write begins with nothing more than the characters talking. One of my earliest drafts was straight dialogue, no scene descriptions, just conversations. So my first inspirations are always the characters themselves. Then I love to research different places, mythology, how to kill someone using a paperclip, you know the usual stuff necessary to flesh out the story. Lots of times I’ll get some inspiration during the research too.

Super, mega, happy bonus question: Do you have a webpage, social media page, blog, etc. that you’d like to share with my readers? If so, let’s hear about them!
Absolutely! And thank you for having me on your blog! You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Wattpad, Amazon, Bookbub, a fan page created for my books on FB “Love Stories Over Coffee with KD”, and Every Indie USA LLC’s page. (click on the links to learn more about K.D. and show her some support by sharing and/or purchasing her work!)


Well, there you have it.  K.D. Wood gives us her honest and brutal answers.  Thanks for holding nothing back, K.D., and hopefully we will run into each other at another convention soon!

As always, thanks to everyone for reading and keeping up with my blog.  I’ll be having another round of Ten Burning Questions in the very near future and I’ll also be giving my opinion on that Star Trek Beyond flick that was released a couple of weeks ago.  I hope to see you all very soon!