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Pulp Fiction Redux #4: James M. Cain

The Postman Always Rings Twice (1935) By James M. Cain

The Thirties were a dark time that gave rise to novels of dark passions, and none darker than lustful sex and murder, and in the case of this one, a devilish twist on Calvinist predestination. 569 more words


Let's choose (divine) love! A SATURDAY THOUGHT (plus California lecture reminders)

This quote is from a short chapter called “Emergence into light” in Mrs Eddy’s autobiographical book, Retrospection and Introspection (p.23).

Click here to read the whole chapter. 27 more words

A Touch Of Inspiration!

The Transaction of Truth

The notion that’s been tantalizing me of late deals with the mystery of knowledge-of knowing, of the knowledge process itself-a concept that’s been haunting me for years. 4,609 more words


It's A Funny Thing

It’s a funny thing, this thing called life–
one minute so much strife
another over there
the other over here
every minute of everywhere
tiptoes so you can’t hear; 64 more words


The Conduit

To be a conduit with distinction
is the willing extinction
of the self as self knows it

I asked for a sign
and now said sign… 159 more words



I am pleased to announce that this week, my setting, “Uranium Chef,” has been released through Evil Hat’s Worlds of Adventure Patreon. You can buy it here (pay-what-you-want) at… 1,720 more words


Who'll be the last to die

Five times we very nearly didn’t have a Bruce Springsteen

We took the highway till the road went black
We’d marked, Truth or Consequences on our map…
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