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Book Review: The Dunwich Horror

I give this book a 4/5. Reason being is that it was my first time reading a book by H.P. Lovecraft and I had a little trouble pronouncing Cthulhu and Yog-Sothoth. 41 more words

Cthulhu

A World of Opiate Phantasy and Horror

I trust you will pardon the liberty taken by an absolute stranger in writing you, for I cannot refrain from expressing the appreciation aroused in me by your drawings and poetry, as shown me by my friend, Mr. 228 more words

Letters

Bloody Bore

Bloody Bore

Mr. Lovecraft found vampires a bore.
Bookshelves held far too much of a store
Of those bloodsucking nerds—
A complete waste of words! 11 more words

Maddening Mercy

“If I am mad, it is mercy! May the gods pity the man who in his callousness can remain sane to the hideous end! Come and be mad whilst  8 more words

H. P. Lovecraft

Writing Update: Oct 15, 2017

This post is approximately 450 words, and I originally just wanted to share the clever t-shirt I’m wearing.

Choosing a t-shirt to wear is a bit of a ritual for me, and while that might sound like hyperbole, I do put a ridiculous amount of thought into it ( 431 more words

Writing Process

"The Green Meadow"

And so we move into the next phase of the Lovecraft series where he lurks inside brackets as a ghostwriter or, like this one, behind pseudonyms. 207 more words

Book Review