The Review of Batman Nightwalker Except There Is No Batman

Ever since I was a child, Batman was part of my life. It didn’t matter if it was reruns of the Adam West incarnation or a cartoon, even Tim Burton’s. As I grew up, my love for Batman grew stronger and more prominent to the point that now I call myself a Batmanologist. This review is not going to be pretty. Brace for impact.

*** Note that I have nothing against Marie Lu, as I never read one of her novels. I am only critiquing her Batman Nightwalker novel alone.
Spoiler Alert. ***

Batman Nightwalker Official Summary

The Nightwalkers are terrorizing Gotham City, and Bruce Wayne is next on their list. Bruce is turning eighteen and inheriting his family’s fortune, not to mention the keys to Wayne Industries and all the tech gadgetry that he could ever desire.

However, on the way home from his birthday party, he makes an impulsive choice that leads to community service at Arkham Asylum, the infamous prison. There, he meets Madeleine Wallace, a brilliant killer with ties to the Nightwalkers.

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Cover Reveal for Mrs. Blackwood is HERE!

A vampire is a being from folklore that subsists by feeding on the vital force of the living. In European folklore, vampires were undead beings that often visited loved ones. They caused mischief or deaths in their inhabited neighborhood while they were alive.

The First Print

Mrs. Blackwood was a novel I wrote to be part of an anthology that sadly never happened. As a result, I decided to repurpose it and publish the novel as my first book. Mainly, I enjoyed the story and thought it to be unique.

MRS. BLACKWOOD COMES OUT ON 
TUESDAY JULY 30TH, 2019 ON AMAZON!

Two years before the writing of Mrs. Blackwood, I met Tara M. Clapper, an editor among a few I contacted and her love for the paranormal attracted me. Henceforth, Tara became my editor and worked with me on a few writing projects.

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Attack on the Indie Community

Recently, many social media exercised a purge of their respective platforms. Nobody seems to understand their doing or their reasoning. However, the most significant audience it affects seems to remain the same one: the independent and freelance creatives.

The Big Boys

For years now, Facebook went through many facelifts and changes. So many times, I remember going, “What the frack?” and “Okey-dokey.” On my journey to become an author, I created a network of fellow creatives from various fields, as well as editors and small publishers. It stuck with me that often they would say Facebook hurt their business.

We all know that Instagram belongs to Facebook. It is their application to share pictures and videos. An excellent platform for authors, or at least, it was. Then again, they went full-purged on their users. Going through a multiple of “Follow Loop,” I must say that I dropped out from the Instagram wagon. I heard of this purge way too often.

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At Phantom’s End Coming Soon

A woman becomes a secret agent to recover alien technology. Little did she know her entire world would change.

The World’s Intelligence

For millennia humankind fought each other to prove who is the strongest and who should rule over others. The fear of becoming the conquered overgrew and now is part of humankind’s genes. Present in our DNA is the desire to protect our land. We learned it is better to divide and conquer. It is no surprise that we are, not explorers.

Armies were never enough. Our societies grew in age to believe they were superior. As a result, to keep their superiority, one must prove to be smarter than the other. To do so, secret services developed.

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