Monthly Archives: March 2019

The House on Hurley Pond Road- Review with Michelle & Amaris: POS- 17

“I decided to write this novel after taking note of the high level of interest that the public was displaying towards nearly all paranormal topics these days. Tales of ghosts, poltergeists and hauntings are talked about freely without any consequence of the storyteller being labeled as “crazy. “Although I could have written this book more than 20 years ago, I don’t think that it would have had the same impact as I hope it will today. I have decided that now is the time to tell my family’s story.” Darren M. Fitzgerald


This podcast reviews the featured book: The House on Hurley Pond Road. The author describes all of the horrendous events that he lived through as a child. His family thought they were moving into “a dream” home, but it quickly turns into a nightmare. The readers will sympathize with this family as these events are described from an adult that reflects about his past. The author’s writing style is more of several journal entries about the history of the home than a narrative story. The readers will need to decide for themselves what type of hauntings were taking place in this home, and how such an “evil” presence could be created in such a beautiful dream home for a young family starting their lives together.


Michelle & Amaris analyze the elements of the story, and dive into paranormal situations and events. Listeners of the podcast will not only learn about the story of Darren M. Fitzgerald, but paranormal correlations that can occur while exploring “true hauntings.”




What is YOUR story?

Lt. Reilly 2321: Interview with Matthew O. Duncan- POS 16

” I realized that I wasn’t writing a short story. I was writing a novel & I was LOVING it!” Matthew O. Duncan

Matt not only talks about his book, Lt. Reilly 2321, but also gives inspirational advice to authors. As you listen to the podcast interview you will be amazed about his journey into becoming a successful writer. He started to write in high school & found himself in theatre. When he did not like the audition pieces that he was given, he began to write his own. His pathway leads to writing plays in college, and he had the opportunity to work for Disney. Unfortunately, he discovered that his dream for starting his career for Disney would not happen.

His wife was the support that he needed to reach his dream of becoming a successful writer. Today, he has published 5 books that can be found on his website:

He has several books that are audiobooks as well. Dave Cruse has done a tremendous job making these stories come alive!

“What is your story?”