Tags » Paradise Lost

Today in history 8/14/2016-8/20/2016

8/14/2016:

Today in history, The first book ever printed is published by a German astrologer named Faust. He is thrown in jail while trying to sell books in Paris. 536 more words

Today In History

Blitzed Books: "The Demonologist" by Andrew Pyper

Well.  If Charlie shit a billy goat, lookie here.  It’s a second Blitzed Books review piece in a week.  Weird, right?

I know..  I’m scared too. 1,683 more words

Robin Goodfellow

Books Wot I Have Read

Last week (01 Aug- 08 Aug 16) was a bumper reading week, in which I powered through some old favourites in order to recap for a new release, tackled some stuff that I’d been really struggling to get through and started a few other bits and pieces. 622 more words

Alain De Botton

Stay Stay Stay

 The city in the evening was a nightmare. Especially to him. He did not quite like being touched. By anyone. His skin would freeze up against his bones and he felt almost assaulted. 1,486 more words

Short Stories

Review: Humans

Once when he was dining with Rabbi Goldman in Chicago he stopped in the midst of Mrs. Goldman’s pot roast to discourse on the improbability of a God or a life after death. 

5,966 more words
Donald Westlake Novels

3 Quotes, 3 Days - Day 2

Day 2, y’all. Thanks to Blaaaaancaaaa for the nomination.

  1. Thank the person who nominated you
  2. Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day)
  3. 60 more words
Awards

The Command to Pillage

Art is a dangerous thing.

As Henry Van Til famously quipped: “Culture is religion externalized”. If that is true, then it could also be said that art is the culture externalized. 1,412 more words

Truth