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The Third Floor - Part 1

Greetings, Dreamers!

Yes, I am finally back to my normal self, despite recovering from a dislocated finger! One of the most annoying maladies that a writer can endure!  2,007 more words


Riot in the Bayou - By Jessica B. Bell

This is part of a serialized novel. Reading this chapter is not going to make much sense to you unless you’ve read what came before. 2,721 more words


The Update

I have not stopped writing, despite my not posting.  I have been working on the outlines of several writing projects.  One is a variant of a Hebrew fantasy story, assuming such would have existed.    164 more words

Writing An Epic

Nicolas Cage shines despite a sluggish plot in “Joe”

Nicolas Cage’s steady lead turn in “Joe” is a beautiful example of minimalist acting from a star known for his expressiveness. David Gordon Green’s new drama also stars Tye Sheridan, one of the more promising young actors working today. 397 more words


Joe Knows Nothing New

A welcome return of Nicolas Cage Actor (as opposed to Nicolas Cage Lunatic Who Will Do Anything for a Paycheck) and another solid performance from Tye Sheridan (quick, get this kid in the… 536 more words


4/10/14: The Black Crowes & Drive-By Truckers

Yeah, it’s still a little hard for me to believe, but it’s very true. With the exception of a couple of years, I’ve lived in the Deep South since September 2001. 300 more words

Special Feature

Phone Calls from C'thuN'chuk - by Jessica B. Bell

Sorry there hasn’t been a new Bayou story for a couple of weeks, darlings — Jessica’s been tied up. And shackled. And manacled. And we had to get her one of those Hannibal Lecter style masks after she nearly bit poor Penny’s finger off. 1,445 more words