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Y = Yog-Sothoth, A to Z Blog Challenge

Yog-Sothoth is a cosmic entity in the Cthulhu stories of H.P. Lovecraft. This mythology has been adhered to, added to, altered, and now serves as almost a communal literary playground where anyone can play as long as they play by the rules. 749 more words

A To Z Blog Challenge

Mystery Photo 8-3

Our photo from last week seemed to be a very popular one, which I’m guessing why we got so many correct answers sent in. The shot featured the late great Geoffrey Lewis in Tobe Hooper’s Salem’s Lot. 124 more words

Mystery Photo

A New Feature . . . . . .

A few years ago, I shared an office with several other people. One of these people had similar tastes to myself and I used to recommed stuff – mainly music, that I’d heard and thought they’d like. 445 more words

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Changing the Dark Tower Pt. III: Wolves of the Calla

Finally through the boring fire that is book three of The Dark Tower by Stephen King we leave Wizard and Glass behind to return to the main story of the series with the Wolves of the Calla and The Song of Susannah. 1,684 more words


My Good Read of the Day for Young Adults (06/27/15)

‘Salem’s Lot

by Stephen King

Book Summary Note from Felina Silver Robinson: Author Stephen King cast you into a town overcome by monsters and vampires. 57 more words


'The Romeo and Julian Effect', Et. Al.

Egad. Okay, so I told myself to stay offline – or at least limit my online presence to e-mails and a random RT or two over at Twitter – until I finished my WIP. 502 more words


Locked Windows

That moment, when you’re walking through your house at night, closing the windows so it doesn’t get too cold in the kid’s bedrooms. You reach up to slide the window closed and start to close the blinds.  98 more words