M.L. Guida’s Villains: Deep Throat

Deep Throat Villains abound in stories, news and everyday life. Teachers and administrators are in the paper one day as heroes and the next villains. Remember Deep Throat? The whistler blower who contacted two reporters at the Washington Post that opened the doors to Watergate and only gave his name as Deep Throat. Well today, […]

M.L. Guida's Villains: Guest Author Sandra Kerns

 M.L. Guida’s Haunts I’m so excited to have Sandra Kerns, romantic suspense writer. She is here to talk about her first book and about the series. Welcome! First, thank you, Mary for inviting us to your exciting new Villain Fridays. Believe me, I have several people who will love visiting with your readers. They are […]

M.L. Guida’s Haunts: The Queen Mary

The Queen Mary Since I write about vampires and pirates, it was about time I tackled haunted ships. One of the most infamous ships is the Queen Mary, once a luxury ocean liner, located in Long Beach, California. In World War II, she was stripped of her cruise line luxury, painted gray so she’d be harder […]

M.L. Guida’s Villains

Recently, I went to see the movie, Noah, with Russell Crowe. If you haven’t seen this movie, I do have spoilers. I’ve seen posts where he is described as a hero. A hero is someone who risks everything to do the right thing such as firefighters rushing into the burning Twin Towers building in New […]