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Invasion Of The Vinosaur

Allow us to introduce the Wine Diva. A character with a significant role in the latest Evil UnLtd volume.

We can’t say much about her at this point as anything of substance we could say about her would have a high alcohol content and, Evil as we are, we can’t go about distributing alcoholic substances to minors. 859 more words


Red rag...

“Do you know you are bleeding, luv?” I thanked the shopkeeper through gritted teeth. Yes, I knew. It had been going on a while. I wasn’t exactly having the best of mornings, being in the clutches of the health system and still no wiser, even after the importunate vampire attack on my veins. 510 more words


Last Chance to See

I’ve recently been reading a lot and writing very little (for which I apologise). Whilst, perusing a wide range of books on rather broad ecological and environmental themes I came to realise that the majority of these novels were impossible to understand without years of experience in the fields concerned. 206 more words

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Book review: The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy

I know, I’m a little late – the first four books completed in 1984, the film (which I saw first… sorry!) is already 10 years old. 409 more words


Book 3: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams

This book is about Arthur Dent, Ford Prefect, Zaphod Beeblebrox, Marvin, and Trillian having to escape the Vogons, creatures who hate hitchhikers.   76 more words

Douglas Adams

Science Fiction Double Feature*

Some of the most interesting novels and stories are those with cross-genre appeal. It takes skill to blend the elements of more than one genre and come up with a result that’s a cohesive, strong story with a solid plot and characters. 1,121 more words


5 Awesome Facts About Douglas Adams

Douglas Adams’s name has gone in and out of being household over the years — a common happening for authors. Between writing books, radio plays, teleplays, and the like, Adams left us with plenty of reasons to remember his name. 541 more words