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Shock Treatment

Shock Treatment

A dozen
He was born on the 12th day of the month
Mine is the inverted 21st.
The number of months in each year… 395 more words

Coming Undone

A Dull Ache

A dull ache fills my head, heart and home; bad news is rampant in the family. His family, the people who helped save m life, are getting sick one by one. 130 more words

Coming Undone

RecordStoreDay 2014 - Update 1: LPs

So, it is that time of year again whereby I queue through the night to try and get all the releases that I am after, without having to resort to eBay flippers* (and paying the usual 400% mark-up). 1,301 more words


Read an Exchange with Author Bill Kirton (@carver22)

Bill Kirton and I met via RB Wood’s Word Count Podcast a few years ago.

How time flies. Bill is fun to know, and he’s a terrific writer and storyteller. 3,250 more words

Eden Baylee

The Names...

Dear Reader,

In order for you to understand how my machine works, there are thing you must first know.

Think of a name. What does that name mean to you?  1,303 more words


Reign. Episodes fourteen, fifteen, sixteen.

Poor Anna Popplewell. Since rediscovering that they accidentally cast Susan from The Chronicles of Narnia, the writers of Reign have forced the her to inexplicably have sex with the Dauphin and carry his unborn child, a plotline that is pleasing to 0% of the show’s audience. 385 more words


‘Darkness,’ ‘Gauguin’ Top Panama Fest's Meets

PANAMA CITY – Confirming its status as one of the most buzzed-about Mexican movie projects, Daniel Castro Zimbron’s fantasy psychological thriller “The Darkness” won the Panama Festival’s inaugural Meets Latin American Co-Production Market Tuesday, taking home a straight $25,000 cash prize. 899 more words