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The only Oliver Reed films I can remember seeing are Oliver! and Gladiator, so I wasn’t sure what to expect from Burnt Offerings. This is a low-budget, low shock, low gore 1970s horror film, where a couple and their son move into a grand old house for the bargain rent of $900 for the whole summer. 211 more words
Hi all. I recently received the cover for my upcoming M/M romance/sci-fi e-book The Invisible Gay. Check it out.
Blurb: In this contemporary reimagining of a classic tale, Prescott University is thrown into chaos when freshman chemist Griffin Herbert discovers a formula to turn himself invisible. 36 more words
Poe did not need this ancient fabrication any more. He saw how threadbare and tattered it was and boldly threw it aside. In Eureka he defined the concept of intuition in a few words as a “realization of truth” grounded in inductive and deductive reasoning so hidden in shadows that consciousness retreats from getting a grip on it or understanding of it and mocks our inability to put it into words. 1,081 more words
The book I finished yesterday was Iain Rob Wright’s “The Peeling” trilogy.
Can be bought here: http://www.amazon.com/The-Peeling-Trilogy-Iain-Wright-ebook/dp/B00A03DN24
Ebook is worth it.
I guess I got my hopes up too much regarding less-known and/or less-awesome-sounding books. 399 more words