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Interview with Rob J. Hayes

I wanted to do this interview with Rob after reading his book Where Loyalties Lie (Best Laid Plans #1). I loved it and it easily earned 5 stars from me. 1,439 more words

5 Stars

"Yesterday's" Comic> Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham #15

Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham #15

Star Comics (Marvel; May, 1987)

“To Oink Or Not To Oink” or “The Days Of Swine And Roses”

You just cared about a bad pig pun with this title, didn’t you writer? 525 more words

Yesterday's Comics

Hobgoblin Shadows

When mother forgot to shut the curtains at night,
outside the window the sulphurous street light
invaded my bedroom and filled it with shadows
of slippery hobgoblins with fingers so thin… 201 more words

Imaginary Garden With Real Toads

Oh Lord, please let me be misunderstood

“A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. With consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do.

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Day 5: Tokyo - Asakasa, Shibakoen & Roppongi

I would say that I can’t believe how behind I am on this blog series, but the truth is, I can believe it. The scrapbook/photo album that I have all the prints and bits and bobs for is now a… 2,135 more words

Interview with C.T. Phipps

In my continuing  “Have an author for dinner™ “ Interview series We will be chatting with my pal C.T. Phipps. This talented author Writes everything from Horror to Humor and Super heroes / Villains to Post-Apocalyptic Lovecraftian. 1,533 more words


The Spirits of Wychwood

While beer may not be an indigenously English beverage, the English sure seem to have perfected it. And of all the 1400-something breweries that exist today in the UK, there’s one particular brewery that stands out as the UK’s largest producer of organic ales and the maker of ‘the unofficial beer of Halloween’– Wychwood, Oxfordshire. 1,395 more words