Author: Jason V Brock

REVIEW: As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling by Anne Serling

In her poignant memoir/tribute to her late father, Anne Serling brings this sense of loss home in a very powerful, personal way. Demonstrating the old adage that “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,” we are shown through her moving and lyrical prose what we have always suspected about the dapper man in the suit with the clipped voice from the original Twilight Zone series—that not only was he a superlative talent, a giant of television with a big heart and social conscience, but also a loving husband, caring parent, and deeply introspective soul.

Author Spotlight: Sunni K Brock

“All that blue. Nothing but blue as far as the eye can see . . .

Bill gazed out of the window from his seat: 7A. He would rather have had an aisle seat, but the only ones available were in the exit row and at his advanced age he didn’t feel comfortable with all that responsibility.

As he downed the last of his orange juice, he couldn’t help but think about how many people would die if the plane . . .

They’re right. I’m too morbid…”