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100 Great Songs to Publish a Book to, #92: The Hollies, Gasoline Alley Bred

Although he retired in 1999, Allen Clarke has one of the most distinctive voices in rock, and it shows extremely well in this melancholy track.  A husband and wife are going home because they failed, although the husband is too proud to admit that they’ve failed, as described in these lyrics: “Woman you can really believe it/I did everything a man could do/Breakin’ my back just to make us a dime/That don’t mean a damn when no one wants to know you.”  Well, we’ve all been there, I suppose *sigh*  ( 44 more words


Genesis of a Nightmare

In many ways 2015 was one of the darkest years of my life; in many other ways it wasn’t. I suppose that’s what we call balance. 1,064 more words


A MelanieM Review: The Bones Of Our Fathers by Elin Gregory

Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5

Malcolm Bright, brand new museum curator in a small Welsh Border town, is a little lonely until – acting as emergency archaeological consultant on a new housing development – he crosses the path of Rob Escley, aka Dirty Rob, who makes Mal’s earth move in more ways than one. 635 more words


100 Great Songs to Publish a Book to, #93: Genesis, You Might Recall

The first of four non-album tracks on this list, You Might Recall was recorded during the Abacab sessions but relegated to the 3X3 EP release in 1982.  85 more words


Blood Calling

Ah, it’s taken a while to get it finalised, but finally done.

I’ve literally been backwards and forwards, again and again, trying to tighten up those niggling little inconsistencies, plot holes, errors, and whatnot. 142 more words


Absinthe Kindle Edition by Winter Renshaw-on special for .99

This one is a bit mysterious, which always intrigues me. Rather than hanging it all out there, the author is already teasing us. Yum! Explore it on your own here… 113 more words


The Rebel Kindle Edition by Alice Ward is .99 Right Now

In the world of romance, tastes change, flavors blend, and readers can love something one day, and something else the next. Today, I’m going to start you off with an old favorite, the MCC hero. 210 more words